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Common rail diesel to expand SEAT appeal

The SEAT Ibiza range may already be popular, but now the manufacturer is hoping to expand its appeal with an all-new diesel engine. The engine, which will make its debut this summer, is a new 105 PS 1.6 litre four-cylinder TDI which enhances both the five-door and SC's market coverage. The statistics for the diesel engine SEAT are highly impressive. Its CO2 emissions are just 109g/km and its fuel economy reaches 67.2mph. There's no sacrifice on performance either as the car can race from 0-62mph in 10.5 seconds while producing 250Nm of torque at just 1,500rpm. It is available in a Sport specification across both the five door and SC body styles. Also available is the all-new Ibiza Ecomotive which uses a 1.4 litre three-cylinder TDI and comes with a diesel particulate filter as standard. Both the Ibiza Ecomotive and the new diesel-engine Ibiza meet the EU5 emission targets. Pricing on the new vehicle will be released closer to its launch in July.

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Paul Lucas

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