2014 Seat Toledo Hatchback Review

Proper measures are used, for the driver’s seat and steering adjustment, but the seats are not suitable for longer journeys, because, they are short and flat on support. Dashboard has the contemporary touch, and easy to operate. Front and side visibility is up to the mark, but the rear visibility gets a bit stiffer, because of the boot-shroud.
Space arrangement is seriously impressive, and it is desirably designed, as you wish, for your family sedan. There is sufficient head and legroom, for the demos, and only those people complaint about the inadequate roof-space, whose height is more than 6 feet. Boot space is equally eye catchy, but the gate is too heavy to shut, and the rear seats do not get lay down flat completely.
Starting E variant is not impressively equipped, while the S variant comes with Bluetooth, AC, remote audio controls, and front electric windows. Extreme variant SE is geared up with cruise control, cooled glove-box, alloy wheels and rear electric windows.
Power-packed petrol engines can be more than handy for you, unless you do plenty of miles. In the petrol version you can pick, from the speedy and turbocharged 1.2 liter petrol engines, 1.4 liter petrol and 1.6 liter diesel engine. The diesel engine is prime performer, but it seems oblate below 1500rpm.
Superior grip and desideratum steering weight make the ride comfy. Superior body control and stability at high speeds, add glisten to the unruffled ride. But there is slight problem i.e. preceding tires run out of grip, which is mottled. It also struggles a bit over bumps.
Wind noise come in to existence in cabin at higher speeds, and the 1.6 liter diesel engine growls, and send vibration through pedals all the time, which needs to get refined as soon as possible.
The starting model is available at good rate, but the price surprisingly jumps, as you go for the upgraded model. Running cost is also endurable. The cabin looks convincing and decent by all means, with solid fixtures. Most of the versions are geared up, with the stability control feature as standard. It is also enriched with the safety airbags. To uplift the security standard to extreme, it comes with deadlocks, engine immobilizer, locking wheel-nuts, and marked mechanical parts, therefore it has earned the five-star rating in the crash test by Euro NCAP.
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  1. I was serilusoy at DefCon 5 until I saw this post.


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