Seat is expanding the range of the new Ibiza with a new entry-level version called Reference. The Seat Ibiza Reference can be ordered immediately and costs just under 20 mille.
The renewed Seat Ibiza can already be ordered in various versions, the cheapest of which was the €21,850 Style. Just as with the pre-facelift Ibiza was the case, that Style version gets the cheaper Reference version. The renewed Seat Ibiza Reference costs €19,700.
For just under 20 grand, Seat pushes you the keys to an Ibiza with 80 hp MPI, a turbo-less 1.0 three-cylinder petrol engine that is always linked to a manual five-speed gearbox. Is such a basic version still a bit nice in his stuff? That doesn’t seem to matter. Seat already gives the Ibiza Reference LED lighting, electrically adjustable door mirrors, electrically operated front windows and even cruise control. Also standard is a leather-wrapped steering wheel, two USB-C ports, Lane Assist and Front Assist. At the center of the dashboard is an 8.25-inch infotainment screen. The Virtual Cockpit, called digital clock shop, obviously misses the point of this basic version.
The Seat Ibiza Reference can be ordered immediately.