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The Ibiza Mk I was based on the Fiat 127/Ritmo/Regata, and used a powertrain which had been developed in collaboration with Porsche. This was the first SEAT which did not share any external body panels with any Fiat model, having been designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. This version, while it established the now classic Ibiza shape, was advertised as having "Italian styling and German engines".

In terms of size, it was larger than most superminis like the Ford Fiesta and Fiat Uno, but smaller than any small family car such as the Ford Escort and Volkswagen Golf. Styling was fairly imaginative and interior space was good, but the Ibiza was let down by suspect build quality, heavy steering and doubtful reliability.

In 1999 the design was bought by Chinese automaker Nanjing and was redeveloped into the Nanjing Yuejin Soyat.

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900 Designer 3d
903
44
3

900 Special 3d
903
44
3

900 Designer 5d
903
44
4

900 Special 5d
903
44
3

900 Designer Special 3d
903
-
3

900 Disco 3d
903
44
4

900 Designer Special 5d
903
-
3

900 Comfort 5d
903
44
4

1.2 Bonito 3d
1193
63
6

1.2i Brio 3d
1193
70
5

1.2i Charisma 3d
1193
70
5

1.2 Del Sol 3d
1193
63
6

1.2i Charisma 5d
1193
70
5

1.2i Friend 3d
1193
70
5

1.2 Designer 3d (91)
1193
-
6

1.2i Friend 5d
1193
70
5

1.2 LE 3d
1193
63
6

1.2 Designer 3d (86)
1193
63
6

1.2 Designer 5d
1193
-
6

1.2 Junior 3d
1193
63
6

1.2 Designer Plus 3d
1193
63
6

1.2 Designer Plus 5d
1193
63
6

1.2 L 3d
1193
63
6

1.2 Special 3d
1193
63
6

1.2 L 5d
1193
63
6

1.2 Special 5d
1193
63
6

1.2 GL 3d
1193
63
6

1.2 Comfort 5d
1193
63
6

1.2 SL Cat 3d
1193
-
5

1.2 SL Cat 5d
1193
-
5

1.2 Crono 3d
1193
85
5
 
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