The new Seat Ibiza already accepts orders. These are their prices and equipment

Seat Ibiza 2017

Several weeks ago we met the fifth generation of the Seat Ibiza, officially presented by the Martorell brand. The Seat Ibiza can be considered one of the spanish car industry icons. He has been with us since the 80s and who has never been in a Seat Ibiza? They say from the brand that it is the best Ibiza in history, something that does not surprise us too much.

The Spanish model continues to maintain that young, free and sporty spirit that also characterized him in the four previous generations. On this occasion, its front is quite similar, even difficult to distinguish, we would dare to say, to that of the Seat León. We already know all your mechanical range, versions, equipment and prices. Here you have them:

Standard equipment in the new Seat Ibiza 2017

Seat Ibiza 2017

How to Live Aligned with launch promotion, and only until June 30, 2017, the Ibiza range offers some optional equipment. in the finish References the Media System Touch audio equipment with 5-inch screen, USB connection, auxiliary socket and SD card, four speakers, multifunction steering wheel, Bluetooth and air conditioning is added free of charge.

level of finish Style it is completed with the rear parking sensor, 16-inch wheels, LED daytime running lights and LED taillights. Meanwhile, the FR and Xcellence finishes they also receive, also free of charge, the Media System Plus radio with an 8-inch screen and Full Link system.


  • front airbags
  • curtain airbags
  • Isofix anchorages in lateral rear seats
  • Three rear head restraints
  • Speed ​​limiter
  • puncture repair kit
  • Automatic city braking assistant
  • On-board computer
  • Electric mirrors
  • Automatic lights
  • Electric front windows
  • Driver's seat with height adjustment
  • Folding rear seat but without division by seats
  • Halogen headlights with halogen daytime running light
  • 15-inch steel wheels


Add to the Reference:

  • Cruising speed and fatigue detector
  • Air Conditioning
  • Radio Media System with 5-inch color screen, USB, AUX, SD card and 6 speakers
  • Bluetooth
  • Leather multifunction steering wheel and gear knob
  • Two-fold folding rear seat
  • Body-color door handles and mirrors
  • Fog lights with cornering lighting
  • Alloy wheels in 15 inches


Add to Style:

  • Dual zone air conditioning
  • rear parking sensor
  • Hands-free opening and starting
  • Ambient lighting
  • Specific multifunction steering wheel
  • Rear electric windows
  • Height adjustable driver and front passenger seat
  • Chrome interior trim
  • black headlining
  • Atom Gray mirrors
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED taillights
  • Chrome window frames


Add to Style:

  • rear disc brakes
  • sports suspension
  • Dual zone air conditioning
  • Seat Drive Profile (driving modes)
  • Ambient lighting
  • FR multifunction steering wheel
  • Rear electric windows
  • Height adjustable front seats
  • Dashboard and side moldings in black
  • Exterior mirrors in black
  • FR bumper
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Taillights with LED lighting
  • 17-inch Dynamic alloy wheels

Prices of the new Seat Ibiza 2017

Seat Ibiza 2017

These are the prices, without promotions or discounts, of the current range. Later, more engines will arrive, such as the new 1.5 TSI EVO in a 150 hp version, the 1.0 TGI (Compressed Natural Gas) with 90 hp and a new 1.6 TDI engine. Regarding the gearboxes, the versions with 95 CV or less will use five speeds and the superior ones 6 relations. The 7-speed dual-clutch DSG transmission will be an option depending on the versions.

Motor Finish Price
Motor Finish Price
1.0 75 hp References 14.060 €
1.0 75 hp Reference More 14.960 €
1.0 TSI 95 HP References 14.700 €
1.0 TSI 95 HP Reference More 15.600 €
1.0 75 hp Style 16.300 €
1.0 TSI 95 HP Style 16.940 €
1.0 TSI 115 HP Style 17.550 €
1.0 TSI 95 HP xcellence 18.420 €
1.0 TSI 115 HP xcellence 19.030 €
1.0 TSI 115 HP FR 19.030 €

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  1.   Emilio Canada Salaverri said

    K is…????

  2.   Vincent Jornet said

    I just bought a new Leon 1.6 TDI Connect for €20.115,01, every time I fill the tank I hear the fuel banging inside it, bothering me while driving. I go to the dealership and a salesman listens to it, reads a manual that Seat has faults and since it is a techno-construction characteristic recognized by the factory, they do not take responsibility for anything. I put a claim and they answer me from the factory the same. With this I want to inform consumers of this techno-construction feature, since in my case nobody informed me about it and it is not pleasant to buy a new car and find this surprise

    1.    Diego Ortiz-Alonso said

      That has happened to me in several cars... I understand that it annoys you because it is new but I know what you are saying and it is only heard when you stop the car and turn off the engine and in an interval... when it takes 3/4 approx. then not anymore

    2.    Vincent Jornet said

      This techno-construction feature must be reported to the customer in the same way as the air conditioner.

    3.    George Facius said

      If they reported, no one would buy their's clear.

  3.   Vincent Jornet said

    The worst of all is that I have received a letter from Seat, after the claim that I have made to the OMIC, saying that they do not opt ​​for arbitration or any alternative means of conflict resolution and if I want it to continue through the judicial process
    I am going to contact the territorial head of commerce and consumption, since SEAT tries not to go through the Consumer Arbitration Board (since it is free) and has to take legal action (with the extra cost that this entails)
    From what I have been informed, it is a common practice in this brand.

    1.    Fran vs. said

      I would recommend that you call the public radio program of Canal Sur Radio, you will see how Jesús Vigorra and his advisers get going and lend you a hand.

    2.    Vincent Jornet said

      Thanks, I look for the phone number online

  4.   Francisco Gutierrez Cano said

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