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Ibiza 1.4i 16v

Ibiza 1.4i 16v (Spain, 2008)

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First introduced in 2008 this Seat Ibiza 1.4i 16v is part of Ibiza's 4th generation, with the code name Typ 6J. Powered by a 1390cc engine, the version has a power output of 85 hp. The Ibiza 1.4i 16v is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100km/h in 12.20 seconds at a maximum speed of 175 km/h. The vehicle is equipped with a manual 5-speed gearbox and has a front wheel drive layout. With a combined fuel consumption of 6.2 l/100km, the CO2 emissions are fixed at 149.0 g/km. The version of the Ibiza features rack & pinion steering, and it wears disc brakes. This Seat Ibiza 1.4i 16v measures 1445 mm in height, 1693 mm in width and 4052 mm in length. Its wheelbase is 2469 mm long and the track at the front is 1465 mm and at the back 1457 mm.

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