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Seat Ibiza Good Stuff Pricing and Options

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Seat revealed official pricing of the special edition Ibiza Good Stuff for the British market. This model which has been created to celebrate the brand’s partnership with Columbian pop sensation Shakira, comes with a wide array of extras. It is based on the Ibiza 1.4 SE, and can be had in 5dr or sporty SC bodystyles. Starting price for this car is £12,300for SC and £12,710 for the 5dr model.

SEAT’s push for September savings means all Ibiza Good Stuff 1.4 SC models bought and registered before 30 September are being offered at £10,495 – a saving of £1,805 off the RRP – while Good Stuff 1.4 5dr models are available at £10,995, saving £1,715 off the previous RRP.

The car is powered by a 1.4-litre 16V petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, which delivers 85 PS at 5,000 rpm to the front wheels. The car has a 0 to 62 mph time of 11.8 seconds (12.2 seconds 5dr) and top speed of 110 mph. Fuel economy is rated at 47.1 mpg.

Some of the cool extras you get with the car include a TomTom satnav system and unique SEAT dashboard dock and cradle, a black iPod Nano 8GB complete with etched SEAT logo and SEAT branded content (full of Shakira songs we suppose!), iPod docking station, and Bluetooth hands-free phone system.

Standard features in terms of convenience include electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, front fog lights with cornering function, one-touch electric windows, height and reach adjustable steering wheel, six-speaker MP3 compatible AM/FM radio/CD player with combined USB and AUX-in port, trip computer and speed-sensitive electro-mechanical power steering, plus 16” ‘Sonda’ alloy wheels, dark tinted rear windows and bespoke boot badging.

Seat also offers interesting finance deals for this model:

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