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Dynamic new SEAT Toledo unveiled

Practical, top-quality and affordable car for the whole family

W Livingstone Ltd SEAT Toledo offer

The stylish and elegant Toledo comes with generous interior space, a high degree of flexibility, outstanding efficiency and is excellent value-for-money. It has great appeal to customers seeking a practical, top-quality and affordable car for the whole family.

“…a car that is, in its particular way, one of the most exciting to hit the market in 2012.”
The Independent

“The new Toledo will write a whole new success story with its clear SEAT identity, its high quality standard and its extraordinary value-for-money,” said James Muir, President of SEAT, S.A. “This is how we envisage the perfect saloon. Our customers will say: ‘That is a great car at a great price!’”

SEAT Toledo - side rear

Attractive look with amazing practicality

At 4.48 metres long, the new Toledo is four centimeters longer than its 2004 predecessor. In contrast to the Toledo II, which was equipped with a conventional boot lid, the latest version of the model line – despite its saloon-like profile – comes with a large, wide-opening rear hatch. The comparatively long wheelbase of 2,602 mm (80 mm longer than the Toledo II) delivers a generous feeling of space and plenty of legroom for all passengers.

“The latest drive and chassis technologies of Volkswagen Group deliver excellent driving fun, as well as outstanding efficiency and safety,” says Dr. Matthias Rabe, Vice President of Research and Development for SEAT S.A. “And when it comes to consumption and emissions figures in particular, the Toledo is among the best-in-class.”

SEAT Toledo - front-quarter

Clear design with extra refinement

The aesthetics of the new Toledo are a consistent development of the new SEAT brand design presented in the IBE, IBX and IBL concept cars. And it proves that a five-door, compact hatchback can be exceptionally emotional, sporty and elegant.

…spacious, easy to drive, refined and cheap to run
Auto Express

The new Toledo has a powerful and solid stance, with clear and precisely defined surfaces, lines and edges. The broad, angular headlamps are a feature of the brand’s current design DNA. Together with the trapezoidal, extremely slender grille, the lower air intake and the horizontal rear light clusters, they bring added visual breadth to the car.

The designers injected an extra portion of refinement into the roofline; it runs in an elegant arc to the broad C-pillar, which rises smoothly from the rear side portion. The low lying rear windscreen gives the new SEAT the air of a coupé, without impacting in any way its versatility and functionality.

SEAT Toledo - rear-quarter

The latest engines, outstanding efficiency

As a completely new model, the Toledo makes use of the very latest Volkswagen Group engines. At the pinnacle are highly efficient TSI petrol engines in 1.2 and 1.4, and a 1.6 common-rail TDI unit. A multi-speed dual-shift gearbox (DSG) is offered in combination with both diesel and petrol variants. The petrol engines generate between 85 PS and 122 PS.; The Ecomotive version of the TDI diesel engine – which produces 105 PS from a 1.6 engine – also offers a best-in-class CO2 figure of 104 g/km

Great equipment as standard

The standard safety package for all Toledos includes driver and passenger airbags, front side airbags and head/thorax airbags. All models also come with central locking, a two-piece folding rear bench and power windows in the front.This is further enhanced with the inclusion of Electronic stability control, tyre pressure monitoring and hill hold from the 2015 model onwards.

For full details of derivatives, equipment and technical specification please download a brochure here.

SEAT Toledo - interiorSEAT Toledo - dash

*Standard EU test figures for comparative purposes and may not reflect real driving results. Fuel consumption test results and CO2 emissions are all listed in the relevant vehicle brochure which you can view on our brochure page. More information on how fuel consumption tests are carried out is available here on or on the SEAT website at and at