SEAT Toledo is a compact automobile produced by the Spanish manufacturer SEAT as part of the Volkswagen Group. The Toledo name was first introduced to the SEAT line-up in May 1991, while the fourth and later generations were introduced in late 2012 as the 2013 model. The new Toledo petrol/diesel and manual and automatic gearbox options offered in Turkey in 2013 are all on the Turkish market.
The first version of the SEAT Toledo was a 5-door liftback sedan and the sales career lasted from 1991 to 1999. This generation of Toledo was the first SEAT car to be entirely owned by the Volkswagen Group; The rear seats folded up to 1360 liters, based on the Golf Mk2 A2 platform, which has a luggage capacity of 550 liters under normal conditions. 2017 Seat Toledo model was made in 1996 with a small makeover.
The second generation Toledo was introduced in 1998 and was first marketed as a four-door sedan at the 1998 Paris Auto Show. The latest generation, SEAT’s exterior design designer Steve Lewis had a more rounded and fluid design than the first-generation styling, despite the fact that both were designed in Giorgetto Giugiaro’s Ital design studio, along with the effects. The Volkswagen and Škoda PQ34 platforms are identical to their Volkswagen Bora and Škoda Octavia but are the most sporty automobile between the three. The dashboard on the inside is based on the first generation Audi A3.
2017 Seat Toledo Equipment
Standard equipment includes vehicle six-airbags, the system ESP and EBA, 15-inch steel wheels, central locking, daytime running lights and electric window winder front. Optionally, the Seat Toledo can be retrofitted, among others, the daytime running lights made in the technology of LED, multi-functional steering wheel, heating and wing mirror, onboard computer and air conditioning, as well as the system of satellite navigation, heated front seats, driver’s seat height adjustment and cruise control, fog lights with the function of lighting corners, 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control and parking sensors.
2017 Seat Toledo Concept
The 2017 Seat Toledo concept car based on the production model of the fourth series of Toledo was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2012. This vehicle is closely related to the Škoda Rapid, and both are based on an adaptation of the floor of the Volkswagen Polo Mk5. The SEAT Toledo has begun sales in Spain and Portugal at the end of 2012 and in the rest of Europe and in Mexico in early 2013, with the new 2017 Seat Toledo is among the 2017 SEAT Ibiza and 2017 SEAT Leon.