Geneva motor show 2012: Top 10 cars - Seat Toledo
That means two things: the Toledo is big, and it ought to be cheap.
There’s certainly no shortage of space inside the cabin; we sneaked into the back seat and discovered that even six-footers will have no problems with leg- or headroom. The boot is massive, too – at more than 500 litres with the seats up, it’s on a par with those in the Ford Mondeo and Vauxhall Insignia hatchbacks.
Seat sources say the new Toledo will cost ‘from around Leon money’, which is likely to mean a starting price of around £13,500. We’ll want to try it on the road, of course – and it’s worth remembering that its engine line-up isn’t likely to include anything larger than a 1.4 at most, so we’re not expecting a rapid drive.
That’s not what the Toledo is about, though. Seat has said this car will offer huge space for a relatively small amount of money, and in that respect, it looks right on track.
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