Seat Toledo prices slashed and equipment increased
29 October 2013
Author: Jack Carfrae
Seat has cut prices of its Toledo hatchback and added a heap of additional kit. The Spanish firm has introduced a £2500 discount on every model until "at least the end of 2013", which reduces the entry-level 1.2 E model's price to £10,000, while it's now £15,340 for the most expensive 1.6 TDI SE.
Extra standard equipment includes a leather multi-function steering wheel, rear electric windows, rear parking sensors and a centre-rear headrest for the S model, while the SE variant now gets the firm's Media System, comprising DAB radio, satnav and Bluetooth audio streaming.
Seat also announced that the 2014 model year Mii city car and Ibiza supermini will, among other minor changes, be offered with DAB radio for the first time.