I recently in Sweden and it is common practice here to run a "winter car" - something cheap to run, cheap to repair and with front-wheel drive. The reasons for this is obvious - snow, lots and lots of snow which falls in November and hangs around to March or April. No matter how careful you ... Read review
CATALOGUE BREAKDOWN: VEHICLE_MAKE VEHICLE_MODEL ENGINE SIZE DATE_FROM DATE_TO CC ... more
NOTES_A_ENGINE NOTES_B____ NOTES_C____ SEAT TOLEDO 1 (91-->99) 1.6 1997 1999 1600cc AEK,AFT 100bhp / 74kW Preset Gap Setting (No need to adjust) SEAT TOLEDO 2 (99-->05) 1.6 Mar-99 Aug-00 1600cc AEH,AKL,AUS,BSE ~~~ Preset Gap Setting (No need to adjust)
"...I found is a 1998 Seat Toledo 1.6 petrol with a 5-speed gearbox. And it's red - a winter safety feature. It has the usual - and useful - standard Swedish features of headlamp wash, engine heater (more about this later) heated seats and fog lights, as well as twin airbags, central locking, air-conditioning and an aftermarket CD player.
It had 128000 km (about 80000 miles) and I have done 8000 km (about 5000 miles) in the last 4 months. The average ..."
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