We had a SEAT Ibiza which we retired this year and have bought a Kio Rio to replace it. The Ibiza wasn't a patch on the Opel Corsa we had before that. I didn't like it particularly, OH thought it was OK. The passenger window motor broke twice and we got a new second hand part from a scrapyard, but it was still expensive to replace. In fact it broke again and we didn't replace it as it was coming to the end of its life. Others had the same problemHas anyone bought a Seat, if so any pros and cons please,thanks
No, you're right, I'm not saying that!Eh? You're not saying Seat is doing all it's own R&D etc?
If they did it would be strange that the engines and transmissions have the same specs and results. The same MPG and emssions.
You always notice my errors! And why not indeed.I'm pretty sure that the basic parts (floor pan, engines etc are in fact the same. I remember hearing that the Golf floor pan is found in something like 22 models across the VW range and that was some time ago. Body style, trim parts and internal furnishing obviously differ and there is probably a time-lag with innovations.
(stationary PW? I love it when English teachers do that...)
I agree on the materials . Also the latest engines etc go first into VW and Audi. But the whole point of platform cars is to share all the engineering.I'm saying that there are clear differences between different makes and the quality of the materials and engineering used, and if we're talking about Seat vs VW SEAT's towards the bottom and VW towards the top.