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Seat Ibiza: What you should be aware of

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

General notes

All data in the official vehicle documents take precedence over this data.

All data in these documents are valid for the basic model as offered in Spain. The vehicle data card included in the Maintenance Programme or the vehicle registration documents shows which engine is installed in the vehicle.

The figures may be different if additional equipment is fitted, for different models, for special vehicles and for other countries.

Abbreviations used in this paragraph of the Technical Data


Vehicle identification data

The most important data are given on the type plate and the vehicle data sticker.


Fig. 176 Vehicle data sticker – luggage compartment

Vehicles for certain export countries do not have a type plate.

Type plate

The type plate is located on the left rib inside the engine compartment.

Vehicle identification number

The vehicle identification number (chassis number) can be read from outside the vehicle through a viewer in the windscreen. This is located on the lefthand side of the vehicle in the lower area of the windscreen. It is also located on the right hand side of the engine compartment.

Vehicle data

The data sticker is placed on the inside of the spare wheel recess in the luggage compartment. The following information can be found in the vehicle information ⇒ fig. 176: This information also figures in the Maintenance Program.

1. Production control number

2. Vehicle identification number (chassis number)

3. Model code number

4. Model designation / engine power output

5. Engine and gearbox code letters

6. Paint number / interior trim code

7. Optional equipment codes

8. Consumption values

9. CO2 emissions values.

The data of 2 to 9 also figure in the Maintenance Program.

CO2 emissions values.

Consumption (litres/100 km) / CO2
emissions (g/km) urban

Consumption (litres/100 km) / CO2
emissions (g/km) motorway

Consumption (litres/100 km) / CO2
emissions (g/km) combination

    General notes on the technical data

    How are the figures measured?

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