New Seat Toledo Review
Since Seat joined the Volkswagen / Audi group it has repositioned itself and is now pushing its products towards the sporty end of the market, the new Seat Toledo is a fine example. At first glance you could be forgiven for mistaking the Toledo for the Altea, as they share around two thirds of the body panels, in fact the Toledo only differs from the Altea once you get past the C pillar and take a look at the boot. Seat may claim that the Toledo is a saloon, however it is stretching it a little as it does appear to be an Altea with slightly more boot space.
Engines and trim levels have been reduced on the Toledo recently and the petrol engined versions have been dropped in favour of two diesel units, either a 1.9 Tdi or a 2.0 litre Tdi, trim levels have also been reduced to just the Stylance level of trim. That said you still get plenty of kit as standard including Air Con, electric front and rear windows, an eight-speaker CD player and remote central locking.
With the Toledo sharing the same platform as the VW Golf, Audi A3 and Skoda Octavia, the mechanics are well tried and tested and as a result you can expect the Toledo to perform well with very few problems.
Like the looks of the new Seat Toledo, why not check out the Audi A3, the Citroen C3, the Peugeot 307, the Ford Focus, the Renault Megane the VW Golf or the VW Jetta.
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