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Jerren
12-03-2001, 02:39 AM
i am

Jerren
12-03-2001, 02:39 AM
a post whore

88LXiHB
12-04-2001, 01:12 AM
What in the hell was the point of that, and dont ask me how I found this because I'm not real sure:finger:

Jay!
12-04-2001, 03:43 AM
You guys are funny. This is a SEAT Toledo. I think it's on par with a BMW 3-series or a Lexus IS...

http://www.part.cz/buxus/images/auto-moto/testy/seat_toledo_1in.jpg

primera man
12-04-2001, 05:48 AM
Originally posted by Jerren
a post whore

Welcome to the club !!!

Jerren
12-04-2001, 11:57 PM
umm, what are you guys doing in my SEAT toledo board?

Euro19
12-17-2001, 11:13 PM
Originally posted by jay@af
You guys are funny. This is a SEAT Toledo. I think it's on par with a BMW 3-series or a Lexus IS...

http://www.part.cz/buxus/images/auto-moto/testy/seat_toledo_1in.jpg

Are you mad? The Seat Toledo starts at about $13000 in Spain and its competitors are The Ford Mondeo, Alfa Romeo 156, Mazda 626 (european model) and Daewoo Nubira for example, but no BMW or Lexus!
Hereīs is a pic of the hatchback version named Leon.

Jay!
12-18-2001, 03:44 AM
Originally posted by Euro19
Are you mad? No, just guessing. I'd never heard of or seen it before, either. :)

Jimster
12-18-2001, 03:02 PM
I am wondering Euro19, do they have a V6 4-Motion Toledo, like the VW Bora, which it is based on, has

I wish it would join the Cordoba, on SEAT's NZ assult

Euro19
12-18-2001, 09:59 PM
Ok, in Europe the top of the line engine is a 2.3L V5 150HP and max. 210k/h. Is weird you know? Cause for the Leon (a Toledo with no trunk: hatchback) it is offered a 2.8L V6 4Motion 204HP. Maybe they will offer this engine in the Toledo next year but I doubt it cause it is aimed to compit in a class were roominess, comfort, and economy are priorities.
If you have Seat in NZ it is weird you donīt get the Toledos and Leon, theyīre the more important cars for Seat, and then is the Ibiza. Look for them in your dealership sooner next year, Iīm confident theyīre gonna expand the lineup. :rolleyes:

Jimster
12-18-2001, 11:55 PM
They're still selling the pre-facelift Cordoba, SEAT have only been here a year and we can get 'em through VW dealerships.

According to the chief of VWNZ, VW want to get SEAT set up in China before moving on to NZ, same goes for Skoda

Euro19
12-19-2001, 10:35 PM
Originally posted by Jimmy_11_cars
They're still selling the pre-facelift Cordoba, SEAT have only been here a year and we can get 'em through VW dealerships.

According to the chief of VWNZ, VW want to get SEAT set up in China before moving on to NZ, same goes for Skoda

I see. It seems that the NZ market keeps growing, just like in Australia, by the way is Daewoo as popular in NZ like in Australia?? Because those countries are pretty close.
I like the Skoda Fabia Comfort, I was going to get one but it was too expensive for its little size, but very comfortable and with good materials. Is incredible you can get an entry-level luxury car starting at about $12000 in Spain, thatīs the case for the Passat-based Skoda Octavia. have you seen those?

VW_Redliner
12-29-2001, 04:38 AM
I think I'll stick with my VW. That car isn't that cool looking.

Jimster
12-30-2001, 12:59 AM
Originally posted by Euro19


I see. It seems that the NZ market keeps growing, just like in Australia, by the way is Daewoo as popular in NZ like in Australia?? Because those countries are pretty close.
I like the Skoda Fabia Comfort, I was going to get one but it was too expensive for its little size, but very comfortable and with good materials. Is incredible you can get an entry-level luxury car starting at about $12000 in Spain, thatīs the case for the Passat-based Skoda Octavia. have you seen those?

Yes I have seen the Octavia and I would give my left nut for the RS Version

Daewoo has an average following in NZ, with about 400 sales a year

Euro19
12-30-2001, 10:36 AM
Another image of the Toledo hatchback (Leon)

Jimster
03-01-2002, 05:49 AM
I am considering getting a Leon Cupra when I move to Italy to use as a fun car, are they any good?

Tom_S8
03-01-2002, 06:12 AM
Originally posted by Jimmy_11_cars
I am considering getting a Leon Cupra when I move to Italy to use as a fun car, are they any good?

Buy an old ///M3 or porsche , or lancia delta integrale or something else second-hand and have more fun. That's my opinion...:flash:

Euro19
03-03-2002, 05:47 PM
Originally posted by Tom_S8


Buy an old ///M3 or porsche , or lancia delta integrale or something else second-hand and have more fun. That's my opinion...:flash:

I think the Leon is fun and very reliable, because it shares its platform and other components with VW Golf and Audi A3 so itīs suposed to be a good car. It looks better than those boxy old fashioned Lancias. maintenance, gas and insurance costs for an M3 would cost you twice itīs price at the end...:D

Jimster
11-26-2002, 12:19 AM
Almost one year on and I just heard that VW New Zealand rejected SEAT and has decided to sell Skoda there instead:)

Scott 02
01-26-2003, 05:36 PM
cool, i have no idea how i stumbled into this post but im here and im going to say that those cars are not all that bad lookin and maybe some wild long shot i will see on in person.

Genesis2
08-22-2003, 09:04 AM
I dont no any thing bout the ''Toledo" but how much hp does it have? Thanx

molina_aitor
12-11-2003, 12:05 PM
If you want HP ratings go to www.seat.co.uk or www.seat.es if you speak spanish. the top of the line leon has the same engine as the audi S3 225HP

toledo92
04-25-2004, 09:32 AM
Hello

I'm from Spain and my english is very bad :(

I have a toledo, but the mk1

http://www.autocenter-hirzel.ch/images%5CSeat%20Toledo.jpg

I had 1.6 75 hp, 1.8 90 hp, 2.0 115 hp, and diesel 1.9 D 68 hp 1.9 TD 75 hp

next the mk2

http://www.vw-audi-specialists.co.uk/now_breaking/seat_toledo_tdi.jpg

1.6 100 hp, 2.0 115 hp, 2.0 150 hp and diesel 1.9 TDi 90 hp and 1.9 TDi 110 hp

and the mk3

http://www.arabadergisi.com/ps/seat/toledo-01a.jpg

1.6 105 hp, 1.8 125 hp, 2.3 V5 150/170 hp, 1.8T 180 hp and diesel 1.9 TDi 90/110/130/150 hp

Beto 0209
04-27-2004, 12:09 AM
If U want fun get something with Rear traction and more than 250 Hp Manual transmission. Thatīs Fun.

RZ500
01-09-2005, 12:49 PM
The Toledo goes with the Jetta or Bora in America, not the BMW, I have Leon Turbo

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