Seat Toledo in general Reviews
Product Type: Seat cars
Newest Review: ... luxurious or executive. The interior is also of a very poor quality in comparison with modern German influenced Seats. The ... more
Customer Seat Toledo in general Reviews (7)
by - written on 29/11/00, updated on 29/11/00 (Very useful, 482 readings)
My first car was (and still is) a 1993 L-reg Seat Toledo 1.8 GLX Olympico (what a mouthful!). I chose a big car as I needed to do a lot of miles and wanted the engine to cope with high speeds on the motorway. I also wanted to be reasonably comfortable too! The engine is great – straight out of a Volkswagen. That means excellent mechanical reliability and enough power to get you out of any situation in a hurry. It’s rated around 90hp, which isn’t a lot for an 1800 these days but it still packs enough punch to satisfy. Handling is fantastic, especially compared to the Mark III Astra I also drive! You can really fling this car into a corner ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
We had a Seat Toledo in the family for a few years at around the time when I first started learning to drive and many of my early driving experiences are associated with this car. This car was produced by Seat before Volkswagen came and restructured the company, changed their product line and taught them how to put things together like a decent car manufacturer. This shows in a number of ways. First, there are the looks. No doubt, some people may claim that the Seat Toledo looks "robust", "sturdy" or "sensible". All the people saying these things really mean that the car is ugly. The lines are harsh and angular; the car ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/00, updated on 27/09/00 (Useful, 714 readings)
I have recently aquired a Seat Toledo V5 - this thing really goes like Sh*t off the proverbial shoval, the car comes pretty much fully loaded with leather seats, air con, electric seats etc etc... The fuel consumption is very good (unless you have the Air con on) usually around 400 miles to a £38 tank of Unledded petrol, the car looks as good as it goes, and can leave pretty much most things standing at the lights. The one striking thing about the V5/Toledo's is the boot space - Massive, you could fit a small family of phillipinos in there no problem and still have space for all of their belongings. The only downer is, with the front seats ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/02, updated on 19/09/02 (Useful, 1945 readings)
To be honest I would have never considered a Seat before it came under VW?s wing. I?ve been in the pre-VW vehicles and they were poor to say the least. With VW breathing new life into the Seat range they are really worth checking out. I bought my 2000 Toledo V5 used about 5 months ago and am totally delighted with it. The car is essentially a pretty version of the VW Bora (nice car, but a bit boxy for my tastes) and the floor-pan and underpinnings are also used in Audi and Skoda marques albeit with some modifications. It?s built along side the Bora in Belgium and the current models use the 1.8 20v petrol, 1.9 TDI Diesel and 2.3 V5 engines from the VW Range. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/02, updated on 24/07/02 (Useful, 688 readings)
im bought a 1.8 s model and paid £10999 on a t plate over 2 years ago.Found the car to be very nippy reliable 100% (touch wood) and is a good family car,im 30yrs old and never dreamed of having a seat,but after finding its a vw,audi anyway thought wot the hell..has a/c and electric windows..a/c is manual..which i prefer as i got a m8 with a golf and the other has a passat both of which are climate control versions..and they both have had nothing but sh*t with them.. as for jazzing the toledo up u can get a spoiler fitted supplied and fitted for £185 (inc sparay match) which i think is fair and will get round to getting done! AS for service stations..they are a ... Read the complete review
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