Think of this as a Jetta and the Exeo as a Passat.By saying the Exeo is a different class to the toledo is ignoring how car releases work, has no one noticed that with each subsequent release a car gets bigger? The polo is now the size of a golf 10 years ago. The Vectra B was similar in size to a Toledo, but the Vectra C was definitely bigger, a 3 series is now considerably bigger than an E36 was. Saying that, they are still all C sector cars.
That said, the toledo was the Seat flagship, the exeo assumed that role and therefore became the Toledo mk IV in spirit, any new toledo is muddying the waters, two very similar sized cars from Seat would do no good to the sale of either, and how would the price fit in as well?
Its an ugly car IMO too, so hopefully doesn't get released, looks to Japanese and out of place with the rest of the range.
In my view that comparison doesn't work, the Exeo is a c segment sedan, so is/was the Toledo. The A4, which is effectively an Exeo, is also a C segment sedan.Think of this as a Jetta and the Exeo as a Passat.
Or A Focus Saloon vs Mondeo.
I'm glad to see that SEAT have finally realised that honeycomb grilles are the ways forward, and that the steering wheel controls are on the wheel and not a stupid stalk like the ibiza, though I guess that is more Skodas choice as the interior is identical to the Mission L.
I think the front would look a lot better with darker headlights and some LED DRLs