SEAT has extended its offer of free insurance on Ibiza to include its latest model, the new Cordoba. The offer is available to customers aged between 25 and 80 buying any new Cordoba registered before 30 June from a participating SEAT dealer.

The Cordoba is a handsome 4-door saloon which shares much of its styling and sporty driver appeal with the What Car? Car of the Year 2003, the Ibiza. Available in two specifications with a choice of three engines, it really cuts a dash on the road. The Cordoba S has a choice of 1.4 litre 75 PS petrol or 1.9 litre 100 PS turbo diesel engines and comes equipped as standard with air conditioning, CD radio, electric windows, twin airbags and ABS and EBA, to name but a few of its features. For the full SEAT dynamic driving experience, the Cordoba SE is equipped with the most potent diesel engine available in its class, a 1.9 litre 130 PS turbo diesel engine linked to a six-speed gearbox. Extra equipment over the S includes 15" alloys, electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors, climate control, electric windows all round, on board computer, twin headlights, front foglights and a volumetric alarm. Pricing starts at £9995 on the road for the Cordoba 1.4 S, £11995 for the Cordoba 1.9 TDi S rising to £13995 for the top of the range Cordoba SE. With insurance included in the price the Cordoba is an irresistible package.

All new Cordobas are also covered by a 3-year/60,000 mile warranty, 5-year roadside assistance package and 12-year anti-perforation body warranty.


Published : 20/04/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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