Which used Seat Ibiza hatchback should I buy?
S or E versions of the Seat Ibiza are spartan, so it’s better to move up the ladder to at least the SE. This includes what many would consider to be the basics of air conditioning, a trip computer, alloy wheels and split-folding rear seats. The Toca special edition adds a portable touchscreen navigation and Bluetooth system that clipped on to the top of the dashboard.
From here the range moves in a sportier direction with Sport, FR and special edition Ibizas such as the Copa (based on Sport but with extras including cruise control).
However, not every special edition was offered with every engine and gearbox combination, so the best approach is to choose your preferred engine first, ignore any cars in the most basic trims, and then buy on mileage, service history, condition and price.
Our favourite Seat Ibiza: 1.2 TSI SE