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Seat Cordoba Overview
The Seat Cordoba is classed as a supermini car and was produced by the Spanish automobile manufacturers Seat. Seat is now part of the Volkswagen Group and this car was built on the Volkswagen Group A0 series platform. This vehicle was in production from 1993 to 2009 and had very cheap running costs. They are very reliable, have good safety features and handle really well. They are also very comfortable but are not the most practical and don’t have the best looks. Does this sound anything like your experience of this car?
Seat Cordoba History
The first generation (1993-2002) of this car was introduced in 1993 and was based on the Seat Ibiza Mk2. This car was also very similar in a lot of ways to the Mk3 Volkswagen Polo. These three cars all shared the same engines, but the Seat Cordoba was longer than the other two, with its overhanging rear end. The Cordoba was available as a coupe, saloon or estate. In 1999 the car had a makeover which was mainly to the exterior and interior parts.
The second generation (2002-09) Cordoba was offered as the saloon version of the Mk3 Seat Ibiza. This version of the Cordoba was only available in saloon form. The estate version was now known as the Seat Vario. This car was built on the same platform as the Mk4 VW Polo and the Skoda Fabia. It also has the same engines as these cars. This car ceased production in 2009.
The Seat Cordoba had a variety of different engines available: 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0L petrol and 1.9L diesel engines. The 1.9L diesel engine is the most economical of the range, offering up to 56mpg. These cars are known for their green credentials. Which engine do you have and how does it perform economically? The age, fuel type and engine size are determining factors when it comes to fuel economy.
The Seat Cordoba was available in 5-speed manual or 6-speed tiptronic gearboxes. Which gearbox do you have and how do you rate its performance? We have a section of our website dedicated to Seat gearbox parts where you can find your Cordoba gearbox parts at amazing prices.
If you are looking for Seat Cordoba parts then look no further. We can help you find these parts at some of the best prices around. We have a comprehensive network of UK Breakers with parts for all makes and models. You can find these parts at our Cordoba parts page or you can enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate the exact parts you need.