These statistics include sales of the Seat Toledo compact sedan, introduced in 2012. They exclude sales of the Seat Toledo Classic notchback sedan, sold from 1998-2005 and sales of the Seat Toledo MPV, sold from 2005-2009.
Seat Toledo Overview
The SEAT Toledo is a compact sedan (and at times, a fastback or hatchback) produced by the Spanish car manufacturer SEAT, a member of the Volkswagen Group. Over the years, the Toledo has seen several generations, each with its distinct design and characteristics.
Seat Toledo Sales Figures
The Seat Toledo is a compact family car produced by the Spanish automaker Seat from 1991 to 2019. It was based on the Volkswagen Group A platform, and was closely related to the Volkswagen Bora and Škoda Octavia. The first generation Toledo was introduced in 1991, and was available in both four-door saloon and five-door estate body styles. It was powered by a range of petrol and diesel engines, and was available with a choice of manual or automatic transmissions.
The second generation Toledo was introduced in 1999, and featured a more modern design. It was available with a wider range of engines, including a turbocharged 1.9-liter TDI diesel engine. The third generation Toledo was introduced in 2004, and was based on the Volkswagen Group PQ35 platform. It was available with a choice of petrol, diesel, and natural gas engines, and was offered with a range of safety features, including ESP and six airbags. The fourth and final generation Toledo was introduced in 2012, and was based on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform. It was available with a choice of petrol, diesel, and hybrid engines.
Seat Toledo Europe Sales Data & Charts
The Seat Toledo was a popular car in Europe, and was also sold in other markets around the world. It was known for its spacious interior, good fuel economy, and affordable price. The Toledo was also offered with a range of safety features, making it a safe and reliable car.