Seat will reveal their fourth generation Toledo at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. Although it will only be presented as a concept, we expect to see it on the market later this same year.
The Toledo has been a young family-oriented vehicle since its first release in 1991, and that’s thanks to its affordable price and satisfactory interior space. The fourth generation will “return to its origins”, if we can say so, since this concept will be a Sedan once again (as opposed to the last two generations that were MPVs). To be more specific, the 2013 Toledo is a Sedan hatchback.
In spite of the class it’s part off (hatchback sedan), the Toledo still gets plenty of interior space with a 500-liter, expandable trunk. If you fold down the rear seats, you get enough space to help a friend move. This space is possible thanks to the Toledo’s size, which is larger than the one of the Ibiza and close to the one of the Leon (height 1.69 meters, length 4.48 meters).
The engine choice list hasn’t been released to the press yet, this being a piece of information we’ll find out in Geneva. Most likely, Seat will use Volkswagen engines on this Toledo. All we know so far, is that the base price in Spain will be somewhere in the area of 13.000 euros (or about $23,000).