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