Seat Ibiza 1.4 5-door Reviews
Product Type: Seat cars
Newest Review: ... passenger and 2 back seats are half buckets so you feel supported during a long drive (i drive over 600 miles a week!). The ... more
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Customer Seat Ibiza 1.4 5-door Reviews (10)
by - written on 22/04/04, updated on 29/12/04 (Very useful, 3248 readings)
Its a sad day when you get rid of a car after seven years, but when the said car is becoming the butt of jokes and is not up to lots of motorway driving it doesn't stand much of a chance, especially at bank holiday weekend with lots of chances to sell it to interested buyers. This meant that my old 205 had to go to be replaced by a more modern car. I have now own a Seat Ibiza 1.4S (Y reg, 3 years old at time of writing) which has put in several thousand miles already. Seat cars have now built up a solid reputation, with the poor first generation models being vastly improved on as owners VW stamped their build quality ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/02, updated on 15/03/02 (Very useful, 575 readings)
~ ~ Sorry if that title has misled you just a little. It doesn’t mean I have “retired” from my opinion writing here at dooyoo, but I have taken a decision to take a far less active part in driving my taxi than in the past. What has this to do with an opinion about a Seat Ibiza car, do I hear you asking? Well, quite a lot actually. I’ve now taken up a new position with the taxi driver’s trade union here in Dublin, as editor of a new monthly in-house newspaper, and have rented out my taxi to another driver. (Although I’ll still do the odd shift here and there!) So I needed another car to get me around the city when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/10 (Very useful, 379 readings)
==Seat Ibiza 1.4 5 Door== Not so long ago I was driving around in an orange coloured Fiat Punto of a relatively old 1998 plate. Considering that fact that I work across the road from where I live and Himself has to walk 10 minutes to get to his work, the car is not often used and thus we care little about having some new top of the range car (well I do have to keep telling Himself how little we do actually care and he is coming around!). It just so happened that back in September 2009 the electrics of the car gave up the ghost a week after we had just paid out to have the head gasket half job repaired! It looked like it was going to be the day from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/09, updated on 03/08/09 (Very useful, 316 readings)
In June of this year, after a prolonged run of the RAC delivering me home from work via the hard shoulder of the M25, and once being towed for a mightily useful 30 feet by the Velvety Hi-Vis adorned Traffic Wombles before they stopped and left me stranded on the M4, I'd had enough. I was in the market for some wheels. Some proper whips dude. I was going to buy a car. Actually buy an actual car. Of my own. It's the nearest sensation to feeling like an excited child without risking misunderstanding peasants with pitchforks. Luckily for me, the entire banking system had collapsed across the globe, and as a way of an apology for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/08 (Very useful, 545 readings)
Seat Ibizas are great. They are like VWs for people with less money. I am going to start this review with a great big disclaimer: I KNOW NOTHING WHATSOEVER ABOUT CARS. This is not a technical review. I don't understand the engine of my car. I have three male housemates who think I am the biggest loser ever because I have pretty much only just learnt how to open the bonnet. But here's what I do know: I LOVE MY SEAT IBIZA. It's old and frankly ever so slightly beaten up (I hold my hands up for that - nothing to do with the Ibiza, more its rubbish driver).Most importantly, it is a car for people that don't know anything about cars. It's brilliant! I ... Read the complete review
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