|Also called||SEAT Gredos (Greece)|
|Designer||Giorgetto Giugiaro at Italdesign|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Small family car (C)|
|Body style||4-door saloon (sedan)|
SEAT Ibiza Mk1
1.7L I4 Diesel
It can be considered a saloon variant of the SEAT Ibiza, although the underpinnings of the Málaga and the Ibiza Mark 1, were both based upon those of the SEAT Ronda, a restyled version of the SEAT Ritmo, which in its turn was a rebadged version of the Fiat Ritmo.
In this sense, the Málaga most closely resembled the Fiat Regata, Fiat's own saloon version of the hatchback Fiat Ritmo. However, the SEAT Málaga and the Fiat Regata were developed separately, as the two manufacturers had already ended their partnership by the time of the launch of their two saloon models.
Production ended in May 1991, well after the Volkswagen Group took over SEAT, to be replaced by SEAT Toledo, which was the first Volkswagen developed car from SEAT. An saloon based on the Ibiza, the SEAT Cordoba, was launched in end of 1993.
Sales and production figures
The total production per year of SEAT Málaga cars is shown in the following table:
|Total annual production||41,292||37,653||39,269||36,882||33,098||8,735|
- SEAT Gredos, Greek TV commercial, 1987
- The Making of a Name: The Inside Story of the Brands We Buy, Steve Rivkin, Fraser Sutherland, Oxford University Press, USA, 2004, page 156
- "Volkswagen AG Annual Report 1986" (PDF). Retrieved 6 July 2019.
- "Volkswagen AG Annual Report 1987" (PDF). Retrieved 6 July 2019.
- "Volkswagen AG Annual Report 1989" (PDF). Retrieved 6 July 2019.
- "Volkswagan AG Annual Report 1990" (PDF). Retrieved 6 July 2019.
- "Volkswagan AG Annual Report 1991" (PDF). Retrieved 6 July 2019.
- SEAT.com official corporate website
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