There’s plenty of space up front, and the driver gets a steering wheel that adjusts for both height and reach, as well as a height-adjustable seat. The controls are all logically placed and there is plenty of stowage space around the cabin for odds and ends. There are some nasty blind spots, however, particularly when reversing.
Seat Toledo space & practicality
The Toledo is 200mm longer than Seat’s Altea MPV and although it offers similar cabin space, its boot capacity is 111 litres greater with the rear seats in place. The load area is easy to extend, thanks to the simple folding action that drops the 60:40 split rear seats almost flat. Like in the Altea, the floor can be folded back to reveal a concealed stowage space underneath. The parcel shelf also has a lower level to house small items out of view.
Seat Toledo equipment
Even base Reference models come with air-conditioning, electric front windows and door mirrors, and a CD player. Stylance trim adds alloy wheels, climate control, cruise control and an uprated stereo, while Sport models gain different alloys and heavily bolstered front seats. Metallic paint is a £325 extra on all.