SEAT has announced the price and specification of the new Cordoba, on sale from 14 February 2003. The spacious and stylish new Cordoba 4-door saloon has been designed to suit a wide range of driving styles and requirements. It is available in two specification levels, S and SE, and with three engines, one petrol and two diesel, covering an extensive power output range from 75 to 130 PS. Prices start at £9,995 on the road for the Cordoba S 1.4, £11,995 for the Cordoba S 1.9 TDi and £13,995 for the top of the range Cordoba SE 1.9 TDi.
Cordoba S comes with a choice of either a 1.4 75 PS petrol engine or an advanced, torquey and frugal 1.9 TDi 100 PS engine benefiting from advanced Pumpe Düse technology. Standard S specification includes air conditioning, single CD player, electric front windows, remote central locking, digital clock and outside temperature gauge. The front seats are height adjustable with height and tilt headrests. The rear seat has three headrests, three three-point seat belts and can be split-folded to create an even more roomy and flexible luggage space than is provided by the voluminous 475 litre boot. There is also plenty of storage space in the cabin with door pockets, glovebox, central console and under-dash cubby holes for personal effects and handbooks, a hidden storage box under the driver’s seat and a map pocket in the front seatback. Other comfort features include driver and passenger sunvisors with mirrors, a central sunvisor over the rear view mirror, cup holder, pollen filter, air re-circulation feature and interior light with delay.
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