Seat Ibiza V 5th Generation (Type 6F)
Body versions :
Gasoline: 1.0-1.5 liters
The fifth-generation (Type 6F) Seat Ibiza was unveiled in Barcelona on January 31, 2017 and celebrated its world premiere at the 87th Geneva Motor Show .
As the first vehicle in the Volkswagen Group, the Ibiza is based on the new MQB-A0 platform , on which further models from Seat, Volkswagen, Audi and Škoda Auto will be built in the future. At the market launch on 10 June 2017, the Ibiza was offered exclusively as a five-door. The station wagon ST will be replaced by a separate model. With a width of 8.7 cm and a wheelbase extended by 9.5 cm , the five-door model offers more space than its predecessor. The equipment variants of the predecessor have been supplemented by the line XCellence , which represents parallel to the sporting variant FR, the top equipment. For diesel engines, only versions with SCR storage technology (urea injection) are available.
It has the 1.0 TSI petrol engines (75, 95 and 115 hp) and 1.5 TSI (150 hp, this motorization was withdrawn at the end of 2018), with the hybridized 1.0 GG CNG engine (90 hp) and two 1.6 TDI diesel engines (95 and 115 CV).
The SEAT Ibiza V conducted crash tests of EuroNCAP in 2017, and achieved an overall rating of 5 stars
Engines: Gasoline engines : 1.0-1.5 liters (48-110 kW) Diesel engines : 1.6 liters (59-85 kW)
Length: 4059 mm
Width: 1780 mm
Height: 1444 mm
Wheelbase : 2564 mm
Curb weight : 1091-1272 kg