Seat Ibiza – Information & Reviews

Believe it or not the Seat Ibiza has been on the road since it was launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1984. This popular Spanish car is now in it’s 5th generation – vastly improved in all aspects since the MKI cars. Since the MKII was released Seat has been under the Volkswagen Audi Group. Oddly – the MKV (5th generation) versions of the Ibiza are only available in the 5 door variant – those looking for a 3 door hatchback will have to focus on cars older than 2017 (17/67 plate).

We are in the process of negotiating with a major independent reviewer of cars. We hope to gain consent to republish their reviews shortly. This information & reviews page for the Seat Ibiza should be live in a few weeks. In the meantime – please visit PARKERS for an independent review of the Seat Ibiza or scroll down for some great in-depth reviews by CarBuyer

Seat Ibiza hatchback review – CarBuyer (2010 to 2014)

Low prices are a big part of the SEAT Ibiza’s appeal — but this Spanish built hatchback offers much more than cash savings over its rivals. The car, based on the same chassis that underpins both the Volkswagen Polo and Skoda Fabia is well built. It’s also good fun to drive, with a focus on performance and handling that’s asbent from all but GTI and vRS editions of the VW and Skoda equivalents. The practical and hard wearing interior lacks the ultimate quality of the likes of the VW Polo, but is comfortable and well equipped, offering options including satellite navigation and air conditioning at very competitive prices.


SEAT Ibiza Cupra hatchback 2014 review – Carbuyer

The SEAT Ibiza Cupra offers strong performance in a stylish body thanks to its turbocharged and supercharged engine


SEAT Ibiza in-depth review – Carbuyer (2017 onwards)

The latest SEAT Ibiza is larger, better looking and more sophisticated than the car it replaces. It’s a very impressive package, offering low levels of noise, a stable and engaging driving experience and an attractive dashboard, together with generous interior space. It also sits on a brand-new mechanical structure, and generally feels up to date. We’ll have to wait and see if the forthcoming Ford Fiesta trumps the Ibiza when it comes to outright handling, or if the next Volkswagen Polo can can beat its mature feel. But for now, those in the market considering a new Renault Clio, Vauxhall Corsa or Peugeot 208 should definitely swing by a SEAT showroom to see the new Ibiza


The best Seat cars for NEW drivers

  • Browse all Seat Ibiza for new drivers – This popular Spanish car is now in it’s 5th generation – vastly improved in all aspects since the MKI cars
  • Browse all Seat Mii cars for sale here – the Seat Mii is a great choice of city car for the new driver looking to save a few £’s over the price of a comparable VW Up
  • Browse all Seat cars for sale suitable for new drivers here. Seat have two cars that regularly appear on the Top 10 best cars for new drivers. The Seat Ibiza and the Seat Mii. Most popular of the two is the Ibiza being a more practical size than the micro compact Mii.

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