SEAT Toledo (2005–2009)

Model History

January 2005

SEAT Toledo launched in UK

All new Walter d'Silva designed Toledo on Golf V platform, sharing same engine line-up. Now a hatchback again (like first Toledo). 4,458mm long by 1,768mm wide by 1,568mm high.

Roomy interior. Twin level luggage compartment taking 500 litres with seats up. Steering wheel button Bluetooth phone system with voice recognition pre-wired into car to work from any Bluetooth mobile and provide hands-free in-car use. Engines and transmissions:

75kW (102bhp) 1.6 FSI 5 speed manual
110kW (150bhp) 2.0 FSI 6 speed manual or 6 speed Tiptronic
77kW (105bhp) 1.9 TDI PD 5 speed manual
103kW (140bhp) 2.0 TDI PD 16v 6 speed manual or 6 speed DSG

ABS, TCS, ESP, EBA, electro mechanical PAS, 'Agile Chassis', multi-link rear axle, 6 airbags, side and head airbags, 5 three point belts, ISOFIX on both outer rear seats, electro galvanized body with 12 year no corrosion warranty.

Toledo Reference 1.6 102 £13350
Toledo Reference 1.9 TDI 105 £14500
Toledo Stylance 1.6 102£14400
Toledo Stylance 1.9 TDI 105 £15550
Toledo Sport 2.0 FSI 150 £16500
Toledo Sport 2.0 TDI 140 £17200
Toledo Sport 2.0 FSI Tiptronic 150 £17400
Toledo Sport 2.0 TDI DSG 140 £18100

July 2005

New Price List

Toledo 1.6 Referance £12,495
Toledo 1.6 Stylance £13,495
Toledo 2.0 FSI Sport £16,295
Toledo 2.0 FSI Sport Tiptronic £17,195
Toledo 1.9 TDI Reference £13,495
Toledo 1.9 TDI Stylance £14,495
Toledo 2.0 TDI Sport £16,995
Toledo 2.0 TDI Sport DSG £17,895

New SEAT Toledo pricing is "on the road" including VAT, delivery to dealer, 12 months road fund licence and first registration fee, 3 years/60,000 miles mechanical warranty, 12 year anti-perforation body warranty and 2 years SEAT Assistance including European cover

Reference, has a choice of the 1.6 102 PS petrol engine or the 1.9 105 PS diesel, both with five-speed gearboxes. Standard equipment on Reference includes six airbags (front, side, curtain), air conditioning, ABS, TCS, electro-mechanical power steering, six-speaker radio/CD, electric front windows, remote central locking with alarm and driver’s seat with height and lumbar adjustment.

Stylance, has the same engine choice as Reference but gains extra equipment. Two-zone climate control, audio system controls on the steering wheel, eight speakers, cruise control, trip computer, 16 inch seven-spoke alloys, rear electric windows, illuminated sun visor mirrors, height and lumbar adjustable passenger and driver seats, leather steering wheel and gear knob are just some.

Altea Sport has the choice of the two sportiest engines, the 2.0 litre FSI petrol with 150 PS and the 2.0 litre TDI with 140 PS, both linked to a six-speed gearbox. As well as the extra performance these engines bring, Sport models also gain extra equipment over Stylance in the form of ESP and EBA (emergency brake assistance), racey five-spoke alloy wheels and sports seats.

Bluetooth option allows a standardised wireless communication between two mobile devices. The great advantage of this is that no physical connection is required between a mobile telephone and the vehicle, to provide a completely hands-free system.

The Bluetooth system is operated by means of the multifunction buttons in the steering wheel to accept and disconnect calls and access one of its most important features, voice recognition. This allows users to verbally request a call to a number or a name and save new numbers in the phone book, and all while keeping their hands firmly on the wheel. Priced at £195, the Bluetooth option is comparable in price to fitting a hands-free phone kit, is permanent, does not interfere with the interior aesthetic design of the car and has many more functions, including upgrading the CD player to read MP3.

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