Seat has made a few revisions to its line-up in preparation for the September “54” registration..
The Ibiza, was recently revised but now benefits from a few more enhancements. Reference models (starting at £8000 for the three-door hatch) now have standard 15″ steel wheels (14″ on 1.2 models) with new trims, new standard interior upholstery called “Motion” or an optional blue colour concept interior called “Costa”. Cruise control is now also available on Reference as a factory fit option. Three three-point rear Seat belts become standard across the range including FR and Cupra models.
The Cordoba S model is now called Reference, and SE models become Stylance. There are similar specification changes to Ibiza too, with 15″ steel wheels, new wheel trims, new “Motion” and “Costa” interiors and the cruise control option on Reference models.
2005 Leon models will also benefit from improved specification. All models now have illuminated vanity mirrors and front fog lights. SE models have new five-spoke alloy wheels, electric folding door mirrors, 12V socket in the boot and titanium coloured trim on the console. The 1.8-litre petrol Leon SE now includes a trip computer in the standard equipment. Cupra models also gain the 12V socket in the boot.
There are no specification changes for the Alhambra, but the range is adopting the new style derivative names. Alhambra S becomes Alhambra Reference, and SE becomes Stylance.