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Metallic - Desire red
Desire red is a deep and sophisticated shade of red. It makes the Ibiza look a bit more upmarket while still retaining its sporty appeal. Reds tend to need a lot of cleaning though, and it tends to be a niche choice, something to bear in mind when you are ready to sell it on.
Metallic - Magnetic tech grey
This shade is a dark and sophisticated colour, nicely highlighting the angular lines of the Ibiza. It doesn’t show up dirt easily and is always popular on the used car market.
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Metallic - Midnight black
Midnight black works well on the Ibiza, especially on trims with darker alloy wheels. It also blends in well with the black exterior detailing, and it looks good even with a bit of dirt and road dust on the body panels.
Metallic - Nevada white
If you are set on white, then we suggest you opt for metallic Nevada white instead of the solid White option. Both are free, and the metallic shine on this shade looks a bit more upmarket. That said it’s still a bit uninspiring compared to the more adventurous colours on offer.
Metallic - Saphire blue
You can’t go wrong with a blue car, and Sapphire blue is just the right mix of sporty and elegant. It certainly brings out the lines of the Ibiza to great effect. It also looks good regardless of the trim you pick, and should be an easy sell on the used car market.
Metallic - Urban silver
Urban silver has a metallic sparkle that looks good under bright sunlight, but then so does every other silver paintjob. It really doesn’t do much for the cool and funky demeanour of the Ibiza, and along with the solid white colour, has a whiff of rental car about it that we’d rather avoid.
Solid - Emocion red
This is a brighter, more extrovert shade of red than the metallic Desire red hue, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing for a sporty hatchback like this. It does mean that you will need to keep it washed and polished to look its best.
Solid - White
White is always a popular car colour, but in many cases this is due to it being one of the few no-cost options manufacturers offer. SEAT doesn’t charge for any of its paint colours, and seeing as the Ibiza is a stylish little hatchback, we’d recommend a look at something a bit more exciting.