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SEAT ibiza 1.0 Sol £7,777.00 @ Agnew cars Belfast.

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Ibiza Sol 1.0 from £7777 at Seat on Boucher Road Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
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Ibiza Sol 1.0 from £7777 at Seat on Boucher Road

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muffboy
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.

If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?


Cos you'll be absolutely revving the b*****s off the engine to maintain 80mph, thus drastically reducing fuel economy.
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Wonder if its free delivery to Yorkshire
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Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
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Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
I don't really think acceleration is that important on a motorway

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#1
Cold voted by mistake. Seems like a decent deal. Sorry OP.
1 Like #2
heat added,thanks op.
#3
aravind_svu
Cold voted by mistake. Seems like a decent deal. Sorry OP.
I've balanced it out for you! ;)
#4
Wait, what? this looks like a 49 month (~4 year) PCP for £7777 with option to buy (for a total of £10207). Initially though it was to buy it for £7777! 7K miles a year...

Either way, looks to be a good deal but not much info in the OP.

Thanks tho
#5
thejinx6
Wait, what? this looks like a 49 month (~4 year) PCP for £7777 with option to buy (for a total of £10207). Initially though it was to buy it for £7777! 7K miles a year...
Either way, looks to be a good deal but not much info in the OP.
Thanks tho
No. It's saying on the road cash price is 7777. The other option is finance for 4 years at 129 per month.
8 Likes #6
Wonder if its free delivery to Yorkshire
#7
Hot
#8
dvdphile
thejinx6
Wait, what? this looks like a 49 month (~4 year) PCP for £7777 with option to buy (for a total of £10207). Initially though it was to buy it for £7777! 7K miles a year...
Either way, looks to be a good deal but not much info in the OP.
Thanks tho
No. It's saying on the road cash price is 7777. The other option is finance for 4 years at 129 per month.
Ah, so it is to buy it for £7777. Bargain!
#9
aravind_svu
Cold voted byece mistake. Seems like a decent deal. Sorry OP.
For being so honest and decent I have voted hot for you :-)
2 Likes #10
For a Northern Ireland deal that is better than the mainland, heat!
6 Likes #11
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
1 Like #12
Bargain with those extras
banned 1 Like #13
Thanks I'm going to have a look at this my old car needs scrapping and that's being nice
5 Likes #14
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
I don't really think acceleration is that important on a motorway
#15
Just checked my Edinburgh dealer Western and they have same care on offer at £8795, this is an amazing deal.
2 Likes #16
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.

If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?

Edited By: muffboy on Aug 28, 2016 20:08
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muffboy
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.

If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?


Cos you'll be absolutely revving the b*****s off the engine to maintain 80mph, thus drastically reducing fuel economy.
1 Like #18
muffboy
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.

If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?


No issue on an empty motorway but on busy ones you'll be speeding up, slowing down, stopping, speeding up again etc. And a a 1.0 74bhp is going to be accelerating hard for longer thus fuel consumption will be reduced.
My own car is the same size, has 133bhp more and yet my overall mpg in the real world is just 8mpg less than the lab test figure on this. Although most non motoring anoraks will be happy enough with this Seat, nicely specced car.
1 Like #19
newcastleutd
Just checked my Edinburgh dealer Western and they have same care on offer at £8795, this is an amazing deal.


Eastern Western motor group always expensive in my experience. They sell year old Yaris' for more than Arnold Clark sells new ones.
#20
Yes I know what you mean but Arnold Clark were asking £8795 for a pre registered car with less spec. Seriously thinking of this for my son learning to drive instead of a good second hand car.
1 Like #21
dvdphile
aravind_svu
Cold voted by mistake. Seems like a decent deal. Sorry OP.
I've balanced it out for you! ;)


You can't balance it out mate
#22
I got offered the 4 door version at Wilsons Rathkenny for a few hundred more.
I even took one for a test drive - it's OK - you have to horse it and then it drinks petrol.
Worth noting that these are the almost the lowest insurance group out there at the moment.
Any of the Belfast people got any pointers for cheap insurance for a 17 year old?
#23
Voted hot. Great deal and superb car
4 Likes #24
Voted hot as its not a polluting diesel
2 Likes #25
VanDutch
muffboy
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?
Cos you'll be absolutely revving the b*****s off the engine to maintain 80mph, thus drastically reducing fuel economy.

80 MPH is exceeding the maximum by 10 MPH, the law does need changing but it hasn't been thus far.
#26
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
Excellent summary, thanks very much for this.
2 Likes #27
Ross81
muffboy
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?

No issue on an empty motorway but on busy ones you'll be speeding up, slowing down, stopping, speeding up again etc. And a a 1.0 74bhp is going to be accelerating hard for longer thus fuel consumption will be reduced.
My own car is the same size, has 133bhp more and yet my overall mpg in the real world is just 8mpg less than the lab test figure on this. Although most non motoring anoraks will be happy enough with this Seat, nicely specced car.

No issue on a busy motorway either if the tools who hog the middle lane were brought to book. The only time you stop is when pulling into the services surely? I have stopped using motorways due to the appalling standard of downright dangerous drivers. I use country lanes on my commute and can easily achieve 70 MPG if unhindered by other traffic, however if I end up following other drivers this falls to 55 MPG as they do not read the road ahead and constantly brake and accelerate all the time. I am referring here to drivers who do the same commute every day, hence they know the road but still fail miserably in their attempt to drive along it. Slightest kink in the road....stamp on the brakes, oncoming vehicle....stamp on the brakes, going straight on at a roundabout....indicate left, an utter nightmare driving behind such idiots!
#28
If anyone does get this car or actually drives any car often on dual carriageways or motorways, please keep to the left unless overtaking. Why? Because...
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4oqfodY2Lz0
(Watch it in a mirror)
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muffboy

Slightest kink in the road....stamp on the brakes, oncoming vehicle....stamp on the brakes, going straight on at a roundabout....indicate left, an utter nightmare driving behind such idiots!

LOL...completely agree mate, brake...brake...brake...just a sign of a poor driver with zero concentration....mind, they are usually doing their hair in the mirror, sending a tweet, fiddling with the radio etc etc
#30
thejinx6
Wait, what? this looks like a 49 month (~4 year) PCP for £7777 with option to buy (for a total of £10207). Initially though it was to buy it for £7777! 7K miles a year...

Either way, looks to be a good deal but not much info in the OP.

Thanks tho


what's op
#31
ismailc12000
thejinx6
Wait, what? this looks like a 49 month (~4 year) PCP for £7777 with option to buy (for a total of £10207). Initially though it was to buy it for £7777! 7K miles a year...
Either way, looks to be a good deal but not much info in the OP.
Thanks tho
what's op

Do you know what "pre-op" is?
#32
The spec on this is truly staggering for the price! Anyone rang to confirm the deal?

Car deal of the year if confirmed......
#33
Seems like a good price for a well specced little motor - heat from my seat in Ibiza
#34
Cracking price for a little run around :)
#35
poolman
The spec on this is truly staggering for the price! Anyone rang to confirm the deal?
Car deal of the year if confirmed......

Yes it's confirmed! :)
#36
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.

What did they use to test that 0-60 time, a calendar oO
#37
lumsdot
Voted hot as its not a polluting diesel
Ah yes, I forgot that this website is "Energy efficient products" and not "Hot UK Deals". Silly. Voted cold to cancel you out.
#38
VanDutch
muffboy
Ross81
Available at £7995 at many Seat dealers nationwide. Depending on finance rates you might effectively get a match for this deal. Car comes with DAB, cruise and aircon. Its the 74bhp version of the VAG 1.0 which also appears in the Up, Mii and Citigo. 0-60 takes 14.3 secs so if you spend a lot of time on the motorway you might need to look elsewhere.
If you get on the motorway from a standing start, which you don't, and it takes 14.3 seconds to get to 60mph, I am guessing you will get to 70mph in about 18 seconds. Once up to speed you can travel 100's of miles at this speed so if you do lots of motorway driving what is the issue?
Cos you'll be absolutely revving the b*****s off the engine to maintain 80mph, thus drastically reducing fuel economy.

Depends on gear ratios really doesn't it......

At one time I drove a 75hp Astra 1.7tdi for years...done 10's of thousands of motorway miles and it was fine
#39
lumsdot
Voted hot as its not a polluting diesel

Voted cold as its a polluting petrol
1 Like #40
118luke
lumsdot
Voted hot as its not a polluting diesel
Voted cold as its a polluting petrol

Had diesels for 11 years, still drive one for work.

Recent car I decided as my personal miles drops to about 5k pa that the diesel wasn't going to be running econimically on local trips or justify the £1300 extra it would cost to buy.

Now have a 1.2, 3 cylinder, 130bhp PSA Puretech engine
It's a joyous drive, ok only 9.9sec 0-60 but the turbo kick still has all the fun of the diesel without the hassle of the diesel adblue issues I have on the company Mercedes diesel .

I advocated diesel for years, now petrol has come so far it's a no brainer.

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