Matt Joy

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Kent Business Update -

that come with al­loy wheels as stan­dard for the best look. The Toledo is a sub­tle thing.

There’s a bal­ance to be struck be­tween keep­ing the sticker price down and the ul­ti­mate in lux­ury, but in the Toledo you feel like that bal­ance seems just right.

It’s laid out with cus­tom­ary clar­ity and the pre­ci­sion of the switches, the in­stru­ment graph­ics and the way ev­ery­thing op­er­ates is very re­as­sur­ing.

It’s only when you ven­ture out of the driver’s seat that you be­gin to re­alise the Toledo’s ace card. The mod­est stretch in length has freed up some sig­nif­i­cant room for back seat pas­sen­gers, mak­ing the Toledo a gen­uine car you can pile adults into the back of with­out get­ting any com­plaints.

The boot of­fers up 550 litres of space with the seats in place, 1,490 litres with the seats folded. It’s a vast amount of space, well-shaped too and it’s hard to un­der­es­ti­mate the value of pack­ing this much space into such a com­pact car.

Once you’ve had it you’ll never want to go back.

The driv­ing ex­pe­ri­ence comes straight out of the stan­dard Seat text­book. With a me­chan­i­cal legacy from the Ibiza it’s no sur­prise that the Toledo drives with the same

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