SEAT TOLEDO 1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence 5dr £12995 @ SEAT Warrington
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SEAT TOLEDO 1.0 TSI 110 Xcellence 5dr £12995 @ SEAT Warrington

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Edited by:"Steve1205"Found 7th Oct
A brand new good reliable family size car, with top of the range spec for the model. 17" alloys, air con, multimedia, full LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, 6 speed gearbox and metallic paint and a big boot for the luggage.

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They offering scrappage on this also?

Looks like you get a lot of car for the money.

rehydrated4 m ago

They offering scrappage on this also?



This a cash price for the car. It does not comply with any other offer or vouchers.

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rehydrated5 m ago

They offering scrappage on this also?



I don't think they are on this offer.

Does look a lot of car for the money!

Westgate seat £1000 cheaper black brand new.

1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just about move

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kris123427 m ago

Westgate seat £1000 cheaper black brand new.


I don't think they have any left.

kingp1n32 m ago

1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just …1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just about move




Modern engines make 1.0l engines move pretty well tbh. Not good if you fancy a drag off the lights against the local boy racers granted.

All sold now:(

kingp1n43 m ago

1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just …1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just about move


Don't talk nonsense, this isn't 1963. You would probably be quite surprised with the power and performance. Probably close to 1.6 performance wise. Ok no Ferrari or V6 performance but more than you would think.

A car this size should not have a 1.0l engine.

I get modern 1.0L are better than they use to be etc etc, but a car that weighs in close to 1500kg or 1.5 ton (not including any driver, passengers, lugging or a full tank of petrol) will be thrashed to get it moving comfortably and well.

Bhp means nowt when it has no torque, and your expecting the front wheels to pull the lot by themselves.

I get driving economically, but that doesn’t mean get the smallest engine in the range, because all those mpg figures and emissions savings will diminish as soon as you put the accelerator down.

.MUFC.2 h, 48 m ago

Don't talk nonsense, this isn't 1963. You would probably be quite …Don't talk nonsense, this isn't 1963. You would probably be quite surprised with the power and performance. Probably close to 1.6 performance wise. Ok no Ferrari or V6 performance but more than you would think.


So this 1.0 engine has the power & performance of a 1.6?...

collectorcol11 m ago

So this 1.0 engine has the power & performance of a 1.6?...


Check out the specs ;). My point is a 1.0 turbo today is much better than what people might think. No it won't match the torque of a diesel but will give similar performance as a typical 1.6 from a decade ago might. I drove a 1.0 Civic the other day, felt every bit like a 1.6. Don't knock them until you've drove them. Similar to Ford's ecoboost I'd imagine. I've seen them with over 150k on and they still pull well.

Oh, now you add 'a decade ago'.

.MUFC.8 m ago

Check out the specs ;). My point is a 1.0 turbo today is much better than …Check out the specs ;). My point is a 1.0 turbo today is much better than what people might think. No it won't match the torque of a diesel but will give similar performance as a typical 1.6 from a decade ago might. I drove a 1.0 Civic the other day, felt every bit like a 1.6. Don't knock them until you've drove them. Similar to Ford's ecoboost I'd imagine. I've seen them with over 150k on and they still pull well.

​I have the same 1.0 engine in my Seat Ateca which is a bigger car, no problems pulling out at junctions or getting up to 70mph on dual carriageways.

It averages 50mpg on my 26 mile round trip to work everyday.

Not bad. My 1.6 Skoda Diesel does 60-65 MPG on my 28 mile round trip, including going through a city centre.

kingp1n5 h, 23 m ago

1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just …1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just about move


It has a Turbo.

collectorcol3 h, 0 m ago

Oh, now you add 'a decade ago'.


I stated 1963 in my first comment, so it's relevant.

collectorcol1 h, 43 m ago

Not bad. My 1.6 Skoda Diesel does 60-65 MPG on my 28 mile round trip, …Not bad. My 1.6 Skoda Diesel does 60-65 MPG on my 28 mile round trip, including going through a city centre.


With petrols, no dpf filter to worry about.

fossman3 h, 5 m ago

​I have the same 1.0 engine in my Seat Ateca which is a bigger car, no p …​I have the same 1.0 engine in my Seat Ateca which is a bigger car, no problems pulling out at junctions or getting up to 70mph on dual carriageways. It averages 50mpg on my 26 mile round trip to work everyday.


I don't doubt you, "Small petrol" /hybrids/Electric are the future. Diesel has had it's day.

rich_19866 h, 3 m ago

A car this size should not have a 1.0l engine.I get modern 1.0L are better …A car this size should not have a 1.0l engine.I get modern 1.0L are better than they use to be etc etc, but a car that weighs in close to 1500kg or 1.5 ton (not including any driver, passengers, lugging or a full tank of petrol) will be thrashed to get it moving comfortably and well.Bhp means nowt when it has no torque, and your expecting the front wheels to pull the lot by themselves.I get driving economically, but that doesn’t mean get the smallest engine in the range, because all those mpg figures and emissions savings will diminish as soon as you put the accelerator down.


You would think that, however they're turbo charged. Providing they're serviced correctly they should be fine and like I've said I've seen them with 150k on them and they still pull well. Technology has allowed them to use better materials and soundproofing. Put your foot down in any car and the economy will diminish. Small petrol engines really are a viable alternative to dirty diesels. Especially if you're driving around town alot.

.MUFC.31 m ago

You would think that, however they're turbo charged. Providing they're …You would think that, however they're turbo charged. Providing they're serviced correctly they should be fine and like I've said I've seen them with 150k on them and they still pull well. Technology has allowed them to use better materials and soundproofing. Put your foot down in any car and the economy will diminish. Small petrol engines really are a viable alternative to dirty diesels. Especially if you're driving around town alot.

My point being that a tiny engine like this (turbocharged or supercharged in some cases) are overworked in cars this big. Should have clarified that putting your foot down I meant acceleration full stop. I have a diesel, I enjoy the drive they give with good torque and power, but petrol engines of the same size are now environmentally cleaner aswell as full of decent torque and power to move a 1500kg or heavier car. I am yet to drive or read about a car of this size be a worthwhile consideration or compromise with an engine this small. Its false economy.

KentishLad6 h, 16 m ago

It has a Turbo.

Turbos ain't that good on 1 litre engines...

rich_198610 h, 39 m ago

A car this size should not have a 1.0l engine.I get modern 1.0L are better …A car this size should not have a 1.0l engine.I get modern 1.0L are better than they use to be etc etc, but a car that weighs in close to 1500kg or 1.5 ton (not including any driver, passengers, lugging or a full tank of petrol) will be thrashed to get it moving comfortably and well.Bhp means nowt when it has no torque, and your expecting the front wheels to pull the lot by themselves.I get driving economically, but that doesn’t mean get the smallest engine in the range, because all those mpg figures and emissions savings will diminish as soon as you put the accelerator down.

My thought exactly

kingp1n4 h, 59 m ago

My thought exactly

​You are correct, my wife has a Focus ST-Line 1.0l Ecoboost which Ford claims does high 50's/low 60's mpg. Her style of driving (foot constantly to the floor) results in her averaging 39mpg, this is still better than she was getting in her 2007 Citroen C4 which was a 1.6l petrol.

rich_198610 h, 47 m ago

My point being that a tiny engine like this (turbocharged or supercharged …My point being that a tiny engine like this (turbocharged or supercharged in some cases) are overworked in cars this big. Should have clarified that putting your foot down I meant acceleration full stop. I have a diesel, I enjoy the drive they give with good torque and power, but petrol engines of the same size are now environmentally cleaner aswell as full of decent torque and power to move a 1500kg or heavier car. I am yet to drive or read about a car of this size be a worthwhile consideration or compromise with an engine this small. Its false economy.


They can take the abuse, they're designed that way. The turbo gives them the extra boost they need to get moving. Sure they're being worked harder and maybe they would last longer in a smaller car etc but they will easily last over 120k miles without giving you too many headaches. That's roughly 10 years of driving. These petrol turbos are a great alternative to diesel. It doesn't matter if you're doing lots of town driving, no dpf to clog up, cleaner emissions etc etc.. they're not quite up to diesel economy just yet but close enough.

.MUFC.43 m ago

They can take the abuse, they're designed that way. The turbo gives them …They can take the abuse, they're designed that way. The turbo gives them the extra boost they need to get moving. Sure they're being worked harder and maybe they would last longer in a smaller car etc but they will easily last over 120k miles without giving you too many headaches. That's roughly 10 years of driving. These petrol turbos are a great alternative to diesel. It doesn't matter if you're doing lots of town driving, no dpf to clog up, cleaner emissions etc etc.. they're not quite up to diesel economy just yet but close enough.

I will be sad to see the mighty diesel go, but accept that it’s all for the greater good.

Would be nice to see the 1.0l engines they tune for F1 Cars in a commercial vehicle as a ‘sport’ engine option. Only downside there is an F1 car weighs next to nothing.

On that note, I best get used to not using the sentence ‘enjoyable to drive’ with driverless cars being the next big push.

110bhp same as a 1.6 Focus in 2005, plenty.

kingp1n20 h, 44 m ago

1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just …1 litre? You put your whole family in there(4 members) the car will just about move


If you had actually tried driving one you wouldn't be making comments like this.

HPMan1 h, 5 m ago

110bhp same as a 1.6 Focus in 2005, plenty.


That's not how acceleration works, you need to look at the torque band.

.MUFC.14 h, 46 m ago

I don't doubt you, "Small petrol" /hybrids/Electric are the future. Diesel …I don't doubt you, "Small petrol" /hybrids/Electric are the future. Diesel has had it's day.


It's good people are turning against diesel, however there isn't a modern day alternative fuel to diesel for long journeys yet. If you're drive high mileage diesel reigns supreme.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th Oct

This will be a good quality, high spec family car for a bargain price - but god it looks so d u l l. I think I'd give up the will to live if I had to have one as my daily driver.

One strictly for the sensible folks methinks.

Heat for the price but its such an ugly car

fishmaster19 m ago

It's good people are turning against diesel, however there isn't a modern …It's good people are turning against diesel, however there isn't a modern day alternative fuel to diesel for long journeys yet. If you're drive high mileage diesel reigns supreme.


Its unfortunate that the death to diesels is being driven by high profile media campaigns and poorly educated climate protesters. I'm convinced someone high up (Rupert Murdoch or James Harding is my guess) is being paid a lot of money to get people into petrols rather than diesels.

Its important people aren't conned into the new-gen "cleaner" petrol idea. Especially when you consider the fact that the new GDI Petrols (like the one this car uses) are actually worse for the environment than an old diesel. Doubly so when those who are wanting to be green, go ahead and scrap a perfectly serviceable diesel for a new petrol (the amount of environmental damage to build a new car is more than the car will do in its entire lifetime)
Its a huge con, and by the time it becomes widespread knowledge it will be far too late.

These engines can be tuned to 150hp - there is nothing wrong with them, plenty of grunt in the lower end. Oldies are thinking you need V8s for any power...

every small engine car thread same stupid comments, car engines have come a long way recently, this is 110 BHP from a 1 litre, dont look at the size look at the BHP, 1.9 TDI 106BHP, 1.6 litres a few years ago would have been the same, world has moved on.

Some people really need to get out of the dark ages as far as a 1.0 litre turbo is concerned. I've had a 1.0 100hp Fiesta through work for a few months and it does 0-62 in 10.5 seconds (OK 0-62 times aren't everything, but they are an indicator and it has a lot of torque too), driving with just myself compared to then adding 2 adults and two kids I can't really feel any difference, maybe changing to 2nd for a very steep hill instead of keeping in 3rd etc, but it has plenty of power as standard so you have a bit extra and can just put your foot right down if you have a full compliment of passengers. The car weights 1200kg ish with me in it, so bringing it to 1500kg full of people isn't a massive % increase in weight (25%). Just ordered a Skoda Fabia estate with the engine in from this deal and 0-62 is even better at 9.6 seconds and here are a few cars for those old dinosaurs among us with the exact same 0-62 time as my Fabia estate:

0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds
0-62 mph (0-100kph) time - 9.6 seconds

I'm sure people in 1986 were saying "oh no dear I can't possible take you and the kids in my 2.8 litre V6 Peugeot 505 because it will struggle overtaking/getting up hills etc etc).

"you may be incredibly beautiful but I can't possibly allow you to join me in my three litre V8 Stag because my performance will be ruined"

I remember the XR2 being renowned for its slowness with people in it! Honestly people, get a grip.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 8th Oct

Chuggee2 h, 12 m ago

That's not how acceleration works, you need to look at the torque band.


1. 0 100hp fiesta has same power as 2005 1.6 focus and more torque all across a greater rev range, 1.0 110hp fiesta has same power as 2009 1.6 focus and more torque all across a greater rev range.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 8th Oct

fishmaster2 h, 49 m ago

It's good people are turning against diesel, however there isn't a modern …It's good people are turning against diesel, however there isn't a modern day alternative fuel to diesel for long journeys yet. If you're drive high mileage diesel reigns supreme.


I agree atm, Sadly the emission control systems have restrained the performance and reliability of them though. DPF is the worst invention ever. It supposedly collects most of the nasty Nox emissions and burns them off whenever it's inconvenient in my case lol. It doesn't really save the environment, just supposedly keeps the emissions away from the towns. Where I live traffic flows relatively freely so my car often chooses to regenerate when I'm about to finish my journey!, Not really far away from the town but not inner city either. Frustrating but I make sure it completes the regeneration before I switch my engine off to avoid problems in the future.

If you're doing lots of stop/start town driving then something like this will be much better than a diesel and potentially get better economy too as diesels need to warm up first before they achieve optimum economy.
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