The initials FR stand for Formula Racing, and promise a sporty design and performance to match.The Ibiza FR is designed to stand out from the crowd. With its 17-inch wheels and 215/40 tires, bold FR insignia and jaunty spoilers, this little car looks fast and fun to drive, right down to the chrome dual Exhausts. For this week's installment, drive it! tested an Ibiza FR equipped with a 143-hp diesel engine.
taste it!: Seat Ibiza Bocanegra | drive it
Seat's striking black fronted sport coupé has made a comeback. The
Bocanegra first appeared in the 1970s. Now the Seat Ibiza Bocanegra is to
revive the tradition. The new Ibiza has a convincing dynamic look.öIt
embodies vigor and aggression, without losing any of its elegance. Drive it
tester Mathis Kurrat took the 180 horsepower Bocanegra for a
spin. The seven-speed direct drive gear box helped catapult the car from 0
to 100 kilometers an hour in 7.2 seconds.
test it! Seat Ibiza ST | drive it
18 centimeters can make all the difference. Seat's new compact station
wagon celebrated its launch at the Geneva Motor Show last spring. These
large economy-class cars seem to have struck a chord; Peugeot and Skoda are
also making them. Seat offers seven different engines for the Ibiza ST. We
test the 105 hp diesel version.
The Seat Ibiza | Drive it!
SEAT presents the next generation of the Ibiza. The Ibiza has sold over
4.65 million units since its launch in 1984, and is one of the most
important models in the SEAT range. For the new version, the designers
enhanced the aerodynamics. The V-shaped front is even more prominent, as
are the contours down the sides. Buyers can choose from seven gasoline and
five diesel engines. Drive it! tests the 3-door model with a 1.2-liter
gasoline engine, with 77 kW of power and a 7-speed direct-shift gearbox.
taste it! VW Golf GTI | drive it
GTI stands for Gran Turismo Injection. Since the mid 1970's, these three
letters on Volkswagen cars have also stood for high-performance engines and
affordable style. From the very first generation of Golf, the GTI model was
a hit--especially among younger drivers.drive it! tests the newest version
of the GTI that has 210 horsepower and a 2.0 liter
TSI-engine. The little red sports car goes from 0 to 100 in an impressive
6.9 seconds. It's fast, but will it have the same cult status that the
previous GTI versions did?
SEAT Leon hatchback 2013 review - CarBuyer
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Seat Ibiza review - What Car?
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The Seat Ibiza's most attractive feature is its pricing, but the quality of
the ride and handling is impressive. It's also cheap to run, sturdy, safe
and well equipped.
The interiors are not up to the class best and space is tight in the rear
seats. The engines feel underpowered and are noisy when revved hard.
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Seat Ibiza FR 2.0 TDI - Test
Seat macht den Ibiza zum Spar-Sportler. Mit 143 TDI-PS ist der kleine
Spanier richtig kräftig und knausert beim Verbrauch. 4,6 Liter Diesel im
Schnitt sollen reichen.
SEAT Ibiza ST estate review - CarBuyer
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Good to look at and and fun to drive, the SEAT Ibiza ST helps change the
view that supermini estate cars are all awkwardly styled and boring to own
and drive. But although the sculpted bodywork offers visual appeal, the
boot isn't quite as big as rivals from Skoda and Renault. If practicality
is your only concern, then this car won't be top of your shopping list. Yet
if you're in the market for an estate with a little Spanish style, the ST
may just be what you're looking for.
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NEW 2013 Seat Ibiza CUPRA
the new Ibiza Cupra delivers sporting performance for every day,
accompanied by a truly impressive set of figures. From a standing start,
the Cupra completes the sprint to 100 km/h in just 6.9 seconds and goes on
to a top speed of 228 km/h, making the Ibiza Cupra one of the most dynamic
models in its class. In terms of performance, the new Cupra is even better
than the previous model, as is its already exceptional efficiency: Its
average fuel consumption stands at just 5.9 litres/100 km, its CO2
emissions at 139 grams per kilometre.
The new Ibiza Cupra takes an existing success story to a whole new level.
The first generation was launched in 1997, since when the highly dynamic
Cupra models have developed to become an icon of the SEAT brand. Cupra
stands for Cup Racing, and the exclusive lettering is reserved purely for
the brand's sportiest models.
The Ibiza Cupra features 132 kW (180 hp) of output, seven-speed dual-clutch
transmission (DSG), XDS electronic differential lock, high-performance
brakes -- this exceptional level of technological expertise is as much a
given for the new Ibiza Cupra as the extensive equipment featuring a host
of innovative details. One example is the optional SEAT Portable System,
which combines the navigation and entertainment functions, and can be
removed for mobile use.