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Lowest Price Guaranteed
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Road Tax & Roadside Assistance Included
FREE & Fast Delivery

SEAT Ibiza Hatchback

1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence Lux [EZ] 5 Doors DSG
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Transmission
Transmission
Automatic
FuelType
Fuel Type
Petrol
0-62mph
10 Seconds
No. Of Seats
5
Boot Capacity
355 Litres
SatNav
Sat Nav
Yes
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Yes
Parking Sensors
Yes
ReversingCamera
Reversing Camera
Yes
Alloys
Alloy Wheels
Yes
CruiseControl
Cruise Control
Yes
Manufacturer OTR
£21,765.00

Why Choose Leasing?

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Full 3 Year Warranty
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Fixed Monthly Payments
NoMOT
No MOT Costs For 3 Years

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Long Will My Vehicle Delivery Take?
    Delivery time really depends on several factors, including the vehicle you choose, whether it's in stock & if you're having accessories fitted. If your vehicle is in stock, available & already kitted out the way you want it, it could take as little as 2-3 weeks to be delivered.
    Can I Lease A Vehicle With Bad Credit?
    Leasing is a form of vehicle finance or credit, which means funders will look into your credit history when you apply to lease. If you’ve missed payments or cancelled finance in the past, these can negatively impact your credit score. Vanarama works with more than 10 potential funders & we’ll always try to match you with a funder to suit your needs.
    Can I Cancel A Lease Part Way Through?
    A lease contract can be cancelled by requesting an early termination. If you request this, the vehicle must be returned to the funder & you’ll pay a penalty fee - the amount varies depending on the funder & the type of lease agreement you have, but it could be more than 50% of all remaining payments. If you lease a car with us, you will be covered by Redundancy Protection. This means if due to an unexpected life event you are suddenly unable to afford your payments, we may be able to help. See more about this here.
    Which Businesses Can Lease Vehicles?
    In general, any business can lease a vehicle & benefit from the cost savings leasing offers - even new businesses.
    Can I Change My Annual Mileage Limit Mid-Contract?
    Yes, although the process will depend on which funder your lease is with & if you are eligible to do so. If you think your mileage limit needs changing, call us straight away so we can discuss your options.
    What Is The Shortest Lease Contract I Can Take?
    The shortest lease term available from Vanarama is 2 years, up to a maximum term of 5 years.
    How Does Fair Wear & Tear Work?
    If your lease contract requires you to hand your vehicle back at the end, it will be inspected by the finance company for any damage that isn’t considered ‘fair wear & tear’. The odd bump, scratch or scuff is fine - after all, you could have been driving this vehicle for up to 5 years - excessive damage is not & penalties are often charged to repair it.
  • Is the SEAT Ibiza a good car?
    It’s sometimes dismissed as a ‘cheaper Polo’ (as though that’s a bad thing) but the Ibiza really has a character of its own compared to all the other Volkswagen Group small hatchbacks with which it shares parts. It’s probably the most interesting one to drive, almost certainly the most interesting one to look at, and doesn’t lose any of their practicality.
    Is a SEAT Ibiza a suitable first car?
    The Ibiza would make a great first car. For a start its very simple range structure (and lack of options) mean it’s easy to understand what you’re getting. Mainly though, it’s very stylish and fun to drive, while being frugal with it. The 1.0 MPI petrol engine is the most economical on paper, but in reality the 1.0 TSI turbo fares just as well. You can expect 50mpg from both. Plus insurance rates are low and the Ibiza was rated five-star safe by Euro NCAP.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza well-equipped?
    Quite a few trim levels with the Ibiza, which is partly because there are no options aside from metallic paint, which is free to choose. Starting at SE trim, all cars get 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, Bluetooth audio, a touchscreen infotainment setup and a decent amount of safety stuff, including tiredness recognition and automatic emergency braking. As with all SEATs, the trim hierarchy splits into ‘sporty’ FR models, including bigger wheels and styling tweaks, and ‘luxurious’ versions called Xcellence. They get dual-zone climate control and keyless entry, among other things.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza practical?
    The sharply creased styling of the Ibiza is deceptive because this is a practical car, as small hatchbacks go. There’s lots of legroom for 5 adults - unless you’re the middle rear passenger, but that’s normal - and the 355-litre boot space isn’t far off what you’d find in the bigger Volkswagen Golf, at 380. The boot has a couple of bag hooks to stop your shopping rolling around, the cabin has plenty of storage holes, and the rear seatbacks fold down to liberate a huge 1165 litres of cargo volume.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza reliable?
    SEAT has for years offered Volkswagen Group build quality but with a little more style and at a more affordable price. And so despite the Ibiza being a very cost-effective small hatchback, it’s built using basically the same parts you’ll find in a Volkswagen Polo. This Ibiza - the 5th since 1984 - has proven very reliable to date, with few owners reporting problems in reliability surveys.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza a good car?
    It’s sometimes dismissed as a ‘cheaper Polo’ (as though that’s a bad thing) but the Ibiza really has a character of its own compared to all the other Volkswagen Group small hatchbacks with which it shares parts. It’s probably the most interesting one to drive, almost certainly the most interesting one to look at, and doesn’t lose any of their practicality.
    Is a SEAT Ibiza a suitable first car?
    The Ibiza would make a great first car. For a start its very simple range structure (and lack of options) mean it’s easy to understand what you’re getting. Mainly though, it’s very stylish and fun to drive, while being frugal with it. The 1.0 MPI petrol engine is the most economical on paper, but in reality the 1.0 TSI turbo fares just as well. You can expect 50mpg from both. Plus insurance rates are low and the Ibiza was rated five-star safe by Euro NCAP.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza well-equipped?
    Quite a few trim levels with the Ibiza, which is partly because there are no options aside from metallic paint, which is free to choose. Starting at SE trim, all cars get 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, Bluetooth audio, a touchscreen infotainment setup and a decent amount of safety stuff, including tiredness recognition and automatic emergency braking. As with all SEATs, the trim hierarchy splits into ‘sporty’ FR models, including bigger wheels and styling tweaks, and ‘luxurious’ versions called Xcellence. They get dual-zone climate control and keyless entry, among other things.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza practical?
    The sharply creased styling of the Ibiza is deceptive because this is a practical car, as small hatchbacks go. There’s lots of legroom for 5 adults - unless you’re the middle rear passenger, but that’s normal - and the 355-litre boot space isn’t far off what you’d find in the bigger Volkswagen Golf, at 380. The boot has a couple of bag hooks to stop your shopping rolling around, the cabin has plenty of storage holes, and the rear seatbacks fold down to liberate a huge 1165 litres of cargo volume.
    Is the SEAT Ibiza reliable?
    SEAT has for years offered Volkswagen Group build quality but with a little more style and at a more affordable price. And so despite the Ibiza being a very cost-effective small hatchback, it’s built using basically the same parts you’ll find in a Volkswagen Polo. This Ibiza - the 5th since 1984 - has proven very reliable to date, with few owners reporting problems in reliability surveys.

Customise Your Lease

Is this for you, or for your business?
How many miles will you be driving a year?
6000 Miles
How long do you want your vehicle for?
60 Months - 5 Years
How much do you want to pay upfront?
9 Months - £1817.91 inc. VAT
Vehicle OptionsFactory Order
Select Paint Colour:
Special Solid - White
Select Interior:
Microsuede cloth - Black with muscat stitching
Add Vanarama Service Plan (Our Maintenance Package):£35.15 Per Month inc. VATSee What's Included

ORDER SUMMARY

Processing Fee:
FREE
Initial Payment:
£1817.91 (inc. VAT)
Contract Length:
60 months
Annual Mileage:
6000 miles
Vanarama Service Plan:
No
Colour:
Special Solid - White
Trim / Interior:
Microsuede cloth - Black with muscat stitching
Stock:
Factory Order
Warranty:
3 Years Manufacturer And 60000 Miles
Road Tax:
INCLUDED
Redundancy & Life Event Cover:
FREE
Delivery:
FREE
Roadside Assistance:
2 YEARS INCLUDED
£POA
PM inc. VAT
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