Seat Cordoba 1st generation (type 6K)
Body versions :
Saloon , station wagon
Gasoline: 1.4-2.0 liters
The Seat Cordoba , named after the Spanish city of Córdoba , is a model of the car brand Seat .
The Cordoba is a compact notchback sedan (later as a station wagon) based on the Seat Ibiza . The technique comes from the Polo 6N , Golf 3 or Polo 9N (depending on the year and model).
Another variant is the panel van Seat Inca (9KS), identical to the VW Caddy (9KV). So is the sister model of the VW Polo Classic / Variant (6KV) with the Cordoba / Vario identical. However, there are differences to the VW sister model, such as the headlights, the grille, the taillights and other details. The engine range and equipment lines are almost identical to those in the Ibiza.
The Cordoba (6K / C) was first introduced together with the Ibiza (6K). From early 1993 to summer 1999, the Cordoba (as well as the Ibiza) received several small visual improvements.
In the summer of 1996, the Cordoba Vario was introduced as a station wagon. From the model 6K / C GP01 there was a new front and rear end, clear glass headlights and a new cockpit, the base is still the 6K.
With the Cordoba GP01 introduced in August 1999, Ibiza and Cordoba distance themselves optically from the sister model Polo. There are serious differences in the Cordoba 6L / C: so there is no two-door, the standard built-in rear wing as the 6K and GP01 is missing. There is also no Cupra version and no combination of the Cordoba 6L.
- two-door notchback (sports only)
- four-door notchback
- five-door station wagon ( Vario )
In early 1993, the Cordoba was introduced. He supplemented the Seat range as notchback variant of the Ibiza. He was initially only four-door.
In the spring of 1996 appeared, together with small detail changes, the two-door variant. She should appeal to sporty drivers. The equipment line SX was even reserved for the two-door only.
In August 1996, a combination with the name Cordoba Vario was added to the program.
- 02/1993: Introduction of the Cordoba 6K / C as a four-door notchback sedan with the following engines: 1.4 l (60 hp), 1.6 l (75 hp), 1.8 l (90 hp), 2.0 l (116 PS), 1.9 D (68 hp) and 1.9 TD (75 hp).
- 01/1994: Introduction of the 1.8 16V (129 hp).
- 03/1996: Introduction of a two-door version.
- 08/1996: Easy facelift. New engines: 1.6 l (101 hp) instead of 1.8 l (90 hp), 2.0 16V (150 hp) instead of 1.8 16V (129 hp). New 1.9-liter TDI diesel direct injection (90 or 110 hp), 1.0 l (50 hp), 1.4 16V (101 hp) and 1.9 SDI (64 hp). Introduction of the Cordoba Vario estate with the engines 1.4 l (60 hp), 1.6 l (75 or 101 hp), 1.9 SDI (64 hp) and 1.9 TDI (90 or 110 hp).
The Seat Cordoba was available in the equipment lines S, SE, SXE, CLX, GLX, GT, GTI and as a sports model the only two-door Cordoba SX. Later followed the variants Comfort and Exclusiv. In addition, there were several special models such as Amaro, Aniversario, Spring, and Fresh, based on the equipment lines CLX and GLX.
The revised Seat Cordoba (internally: 6K2 ) came in the summer of 1999 to the dealers.
Similar to the model presented in 1993, there were the two- and four-door notchback sedans and the five-door station wagon with the additional name Vario . The equipment lines were renamed and were now called Stella, Signo, Freeze and Sport. In addition, there were the two-door sports versions with 1.9 l TDI (110 hp) and as "Cupra" with 1.8 T (156 hp).
In the fall of 2002, a completely new model was introduced, which replaced the now nine-year-old Cordoba 6K.
- 08/1999: Large model. New front and rear as well as modified cockpit. 1.8T (156 hp) instead of 2.0 16V (150 hp); 1.9 SDI revised, now with 68 instead of 64 hp.
- 05/2000: 1.4 16V (75 hp) instead of 1.6 l (75 hp) and new 1.8 T (156 hp)
Cordoba (type 6K,6K1 1993-2002)
Engines: Gasoline engines : 1.4-2.0 liters (44-110 kW) Diesel engines : 1.9 liters (47-81 kW)
Length: 4109 mm
Width: 1640 mm
Height: 1408 mm
Wheelbase :2440 mm
Curb weight :990-1192 kg
Cordoba (Type 6K2, 1999-2002)
Engines: Gasoline engines : 1.0-1.8 liters (37-115 kW) Diesel engines : 1.9 liters (50-81 kW)
Length: 4109-4163 mm
Width: 1640 mm
Height: 1408-1424 mm
Wheelbase : 2443 mm
Curb weight : 1040-1211 kg