The Volkswagen Group seems to have a plethora of compacts everywhere you go. Offerings from Skoda, SEAT and VW seem to match up to the conglomerate’s plan to inundate this segment. Thus, Golf is the ultimate offering from VW, followed by the Skoda Rapid and then eventually we have the SEAT Toledo. The Toledo as a model for SEAT features somewhere between the Ibiza and Leon. The car is a lot larger than the Rapid and offers more practicality, other than that don’t expect much except for affordability.
Considering Spain is the largest producer of cars, it’s only fair that it also has its own marque. SEAT if you are wondering is a Spanish based automaker with a big reputation, especially after it joined the Volkswagen Group. It is available worldwide with over 500,000 units being produced yearly. SEAT seats pretty as the top automobile automaker in its native Spain. It’s the only automaker in its country that is able to and has the infrastructure to make its own cars in house. Today, the SEAT Leon is the most important model it produces. It’s meant as a cheaper sportier alternative to the Volkswagen Golf. However, this car has surpassed the Golf with its latest model, careful there not to outshine the master.