The SEAT Ronda is a small family car produced by Spanish automaker SEAT from 1982 to 1986. The car is a version of a Fiat Ritmo redesigned just enough so that Fiat could not sue SEAT on the basis of patent infringement after 1980 when Fiat abandoned their cooperation with SEAT. Thus, although its appearance was a bit different, mechanically it did not differ much from its Italian cousin.
The most visible external design differences between a Ritmo and a Ronda are rectangular headlights on the Ronda in place of the round ones featured on the Ritmo, different tail lights and panels, and changed door handles. Mechanically, there were also some differences. The engines were: