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New 2017 Ibiza - official details and pictures

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk6 (2017-present)' started by Syphon, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. Syphon

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    Article here:

    http://www.seatcupra.net/index.php/2017/01/31/new-2017-seat-ibiza-revealed/

    • A major step forward in the company’s portfolio renewal
    • More compact outside and much more room inside
    • Features the latest connectivity, comfort and safety technology
    • The fifth generation of the Ibiza debuts with the latest innovative MQB A0 Platform

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    Looks very much like a slightly smaller Leon at first glance.

    What do you think?

    Scott
     
    #1 Syphon, Jan 31, 2017
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  2. dieselface

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    Nice. Being a Leon owner anything that looks similar isn't going to be ugly in my eyes obviously. The twin exit FR rear bumper will be smart for its target audience for sure.

    Liking the fact they have carried over the tech upgrades from the Leon FL to the B segment too (handbrake for example). Also the Xcellence trim level sitting at a par (or just above in the Leon's case) with FR trim opens the product to a wider audience - great move.

    Roll on the Arona and the line up is complete.
     
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    For this year. Later I want them to introduce a bigger Seat. Either Ateca ST or, preferably, a replacement for Exeo (that is: a sportier incarnation of Skoda Superb/VW Passat). And then some hybrids/EVs.

    As for the new Ibiza - as I said in the other thread: I'm in love already. Hoping it will be priced reasonably.
     
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    Smaller Leon indeed, and must say that I do like it too !

    Even better front fog-lights(looks) in my opinion, rear light clusters not my taste frankly.
    Can we expect also the 2 Ltr engine, in 265 or 280 trim - will be fun.
    Great car, but we only see the top models sofar will be interesting to see the start of the range too.
    Seems like a winner for Seat
     
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  7. Sonofzelda

    Sonofzelda What the covfefe!

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    Being an Ibiza owner aything that looks similar to a Leon is going to be ugly to my eyes. :handbags:
     
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    Lucky -or not- we can not argue about good taste or this case the lack of that.

    I find the new Biza a much nicer car to see, more grown-up so to speak.
     
  9. Sonofzelda

    Sonofzelda What the covfefe!

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    Grown-ups are so boring. :sleeping:
     
  10. SpeedyTomato

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    I have driven my 1.5 Ibiza now 6000km and i love it. My old car was Leon 1.4 140hp 2014 and i must say i dont see point ppl buying it now. It has bigger boot but not much difference inside. And 1.5 motor is much better than old 1.4 liter.
     

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