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1988 Seat Ibiza Review

Seat Ibiza System Porche — Avoid these cars, consume petrol like crazy, interior ugly and during winter it's worse than a cold store freezer, automatic choke hopeless case, sump gets damaged on every sleeping ploiceman, front wheels toe-in scary, zero residual value. A car to forget.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Nothing

Cons: Everything

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1988 Seat Ibiza Review

System Porsche? No. System Cheesegrater. — When I first drove my Ibiza 1.2GL System Porsche I immediately asked the salesman what the System Porsche meant. He said "Well I won't lie to you. It means a man who worked on Porsche electrical systems designed the electrics. That's all." And then I put my foot down. Blimey! For a 1.2 it was very nippy. But what became clearer as I owned it and drove it like a man in his early 20s was that it handled amazingly. And it was rugged too! Add in the fact it was really easy to work on, and for a cheapster like me it was the perfect car. I ran it for 7 years and if I could find one in good condition I'd have another. Like a shot. A basic, fun, economic car.

Pros: Reliable. Fuel efficient. Quick. Sturdy. Agile. Roomy.

Cons: Rust. Cheap interior. Noisy gearbox. Rust. Expensive spares. Rust.

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