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Although you can no longer say that the new Ibiza is small, it still plays a role in the European supermini segment. It's about 4-meters long, about the size of a Golf II series. Nevertheless, it's good to know that you don't have to be a big kid to be safe. The Spanish-German Ibiza got 5 stars at the EuroNCAP test in both frontal and side impact tests. During the front impact, the dashboard protected occupants correctly but there were some concerns raised about the steering column. Keep an eye

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Although most of the attention at the Seat display at the Madrid Auto Show was drawn to the new Seat Ibiza (see it here), Seat also introduced the Seat Alhambra Ecomotive. The Alhambra is the badge-engineered version of the Volkswagen Sharan, which has a BlueMotion version as well. The Alhambra Ecomotive produces CO2 emissions of 159g/km and the average fuel consumption of the new van is 6 l/100 km (38mpg U.S.) propelled by a 140hp 2.0L TDI engine with a diesel particulate filter (DPF) in the ex

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Earlier this month, we said that the amazingly low-emission (for a production car with a liquid fuel engine) Seat Ibiza Ecomotive will be coming in March at a cost of £10,495. Well, the details have changed a bit. Seat announced that deliveries will actually start in April and the official cost starts at £10,995. The good news is that the headline number - 99 g/km of CO2 - remains the same, as does the official rating of 62 mpg (U.S.). That's worth waiting another month for, right? S

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