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Specs for all generations of Seat Toledo

Choose a generation of Seat Toledo from the list below to view their respective versions. Тo check out further technical specifications (like engine power, dimensions, weight, fuel consumption, etc.), please select one of the versions.
2012 Seat Toledo  IV (NH) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Toledo IV (NH) 2012 - 2018 Hatchback
Power: from 75 to 125 Hp | Dimensions: 4482 x 1706 x 1461 mm
2004 Seat Toledo  III (5P) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Toledo III (5P) 2004 - 2009 Hatchback
Power: from 102 to 170 Hp | Dimensions: 4458 x 1768 x 1568 mm
1999 Seat Toledo II (1M2) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Toledo II (1M2) 1998 - 2004 Sedan
Power: from 90 to 180 Hp | Dimensions: 4439 x 1742 x 1436 mm
1995 Seat Toledo I (1L, facelift 1995) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Toledo I (1L, facelift 1995) 1995 - 1999 Sedan
Power: from 90 to 125 Hp | Dimensions: 4321 x 1662 x 1424 mm
1991 Seat Toledo I (1L) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Toledo I (1L) 1991 - 1995 Sedan
Power: from 64 to 150 Hp | Dimensions: 4321 x 1662 x 1424 mm

Is Seat Toledo a large family car?

Seat Toledo is classified as a small family car, measuring between 4321 mm (170.12 in.) and 4482 mm (176.46 in.) in length, 1662 mm (65.43 in.) and 1768 mm (69.61 in.) in width, and 1424 mm (56.06 in.) and 1568 mm (61.73 in.) in height. Boot space, however, is impressively big for the size of the vehicle, according to owners.

Is Seat Toledo 1.9 TDI fast?

While speed was not the focus the Seat Toledo was developed with, the model is not too slow either. 1.9 TDI variants are offered with a few output options – 90 Hp, 105 Hp, 110 Hp, and 150 Hp; they accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in between 8.9 and 13 seconds and reach a top speed of between 180 and 215 km/h.

Is Seat Toledo fuel efficient?

Seat Toledo is generally quite good on consumption, especially diesel engined variants. Their fuel economy varies between 3.4 l/100 km (69.18 mpg) and 6.2 l/100 km (37.94 mpg), while that of petrol variants is between 5.1 l/100 km (46.12 mpg) and 8.9 l/100 km (26.43 mpg). For both diesel and petrol options, those equipped with start/stop systems are the most efficient.

Why was Seat Toledo discontinued?

Seat Toledo did not achieve much success in terms of sales, which was the reason for its discontinuation in 2018.

Is Seat Toledo a good car?

Seat Toledo is a nice and reliable family car. Despite being by no means exciting, it’s efficient, practical, and cheap to run and maintain. There are, however, some common issues reported by owners. They include, depending on the variant, seat belts not locking into place when necessary, disengagement of the child lock, loss of power, and decreased brake effectiveness.

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