New Seat Ibiza Review

New Seat Ibiza Review
In the world of small hatchbacks, the SEAT Ibiza is undeniably attractive with its sharp design and perfect proportions.

In fact, it's so pleasing to the eye that little has changed to the exterior design for the 2021 update. 

There's a large silver dashboard strip that merges with some coloured vents, a soft-touch upper instrument panel, new infotainment screens and a new steering wheel. It may not sound like much, but it adds some vibrancy to the interior and the surfaces feel more pleasant to the touch. It's a shame that the door trim is still plastic, though.

The front seats have a good adjustment range as standard, but none of the models offer lumbar support to alleviate back pain on long drives, and only the higher-spec models have a front centre armrest.

Entry-level cars get rid of the small centre information screen, which previously resembled a phone from the mid-2000s, and get a proper 8.0-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth, DAB Radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing you to connect your smartphone and project its apps onto the screen. The mid-range and above get a large 9.2-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation, while the top models finally bring fully digital displays to the Ibiza range.

You won't hear too many complaints from the rear occupants. The SEAT Ibiza is quite spacious for a small car
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