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1983 Seat Ronda [Typ 022A]

1983 Seat Ronda [Typ 022A] in La femme en spirale, Movie, 1984 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: ES

1983 Seat Ronda [Typ 022A]

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Comments about this vehicle

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sergej CZ

2009-09-20 22:54

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Rather Talbot Horizon in my opinion...

Fuego NL

2009-09-20 23:04

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1983+ Seat Ronda for sure

SpaniardinTexas US

2009-09-21 08:16

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I didn't know they were exported to France. I thought Fiat didn't let Seat do that.

sixcyl FR

2009-09-21 08:26

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Seat were imported in France since the 80's

chris40 UK

2009-09-21 21:45

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IIRC Seats which were not identical with current Fiat models were exported to France earlier than that (for example the 4-door 127 and the 133).

sixcyl FR

2009-09-21 23:24

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But If I'm not wrong the 133 was sold in France as Fiat not Seat ;)

Fuego NL

2009-09-23 02:12

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Before Seat was connected with VW, some Seats witch differ form the Italian Fiats were sold in the rest of Europe as Fiat indeed.

ingo DE

2009-09-23 11:19

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In what countries? If I remember correctly, not even the (very very few) 133 were sold as Fiat, always as Seat.

Before the Marbella and the 1st gen Ibiza came on the German market, the 133 was nearly the only Seat, avilable here, except some 770's in the 60ies.

DynaMike NL

2009-09-23 11:39

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In Holland we had in the early 70s the Fiat 600 that was actually a Seat, then during 1974-1979 several Seat models were sold by and as Fiat, like the 127 4-door sedan, the 133, the 124 (together with the Italian 124, but with a difference in price of about 10%...), later the 124 D 1200 and 1430 Special, and in 1979 the 'Fiat 127 Seat Sportcoupé 1430'...

Only in April 1983 Seat appeared on the Dutch market as an independent make: the Seat Ronda.

-- Last edit: 2009-09-23 11:45:12

sixcyl FR

2009-09-23 12:47

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ingo wrote In what countries? If I remember correctly, not even the (very very few) 133 were sold as Fiat, always as Seat.


Look at this dear ingo ;)
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