Seat has confirmed prices for its new Toledo, starting from £12,495 for the entry-level 1.2-litre 12V E model on-the-road.
First deliveries in the UK are expected on 1 December. The most expensive price for the new Seat Toledo is for the 1.6-litre TDI CR Ecomotive, which has an RRP of £17,840. Dealerships are now taking orders for the new Toledo.
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Seat insists that the low price for the new Toledo makes it one of the best-value models in its class, and the most effective cars of its type.
The new Toledo's cabin can comfortably seat four adults, while it's also versatile and practical thanks to its massive 550-litre boot. Available in five doors, Seat is hoping the family market sits up and takes notice of what the fourth-generation Toledo has to offer.
Standard equipment on the Toledo E includes 15-inch steel wheels, an MP3 CD player, ESC, driver and front passenger airbags and more. Other optional extras include rear parking sensors, a Seat Media System (2.2) including sat-nav technology, comfort drive pack and more.
S and SE trims feature other additions, including sun visor mirrors, leather steering wheels and gear knobs, six speakers, boot storage compartments and more.
"Whatever version is chosen, every Toledo customer will enjoy outstandingly low running costs because of the car's excellent fuel economy and low CO2 emissions across the range, as well as very reasonable insurance groupings, and BIK ratings as low as 14%.
"All-in-all, the Toledo is a car that makes sense whichever way you look at it," says Seat UK Product Manager Simon Bradley.
Total Toledo sales in the UK across three generations have exceeded 33,000 units.
Written by John Meadowcroft