Introducing: the 2011 Seat Ibiza Ecomotive!
More and more people are going green in an attempt to save money as well as save our planet. Going green no longer means you have to make comprises – just take a look at the Seat Ibiza Ecomotive. This motor is one of the most accessible green focused cars yet. Very few competitors can go toe to toe with the Ecomotive’s headline figures, and this more than anything, is bound to attract many sales for buyers shopping around the eco-friendly sector for vehicles that get the job done with the right returns.
The 2011 Seat Ibiza Ecomotive is the newcomer in the Group and it is based on the standard 1.4 TDI and also gains technology from the VW Polo Bluemotion.
Again, like many other Manufacturers, this car also has CO2 emissions of 99g/km. If driven sensibly, you should certainly see a return of 76.3mpg and have the ability to get 750 miles out of tank of diesel.
First looks, it is very difficult to tell the Ecomotive from a standard Ibiza. However, the Ecomotive comes with a stop-start engine system, 14 inch low-rolling resistance tyres with wheel covers, 40mm front spoiler, a rear hatch spoiler, deflectors over the rear wheel arches, closed front grille, the door mirrors are controlled manually rather than an electric adjustment, no air conditioning and a different interior cloth upholstery.
Other alternatives in this sector which you may wish to consider:-
Ford Fiesta Econetic
VW Polo Bluemotion
Skoda Fabia Greenline
Citroen C3 Airdream +
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For more information on any of these vehicles, call OSV on 01903 538835
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