Orders for the outgoing mid-size hatchback are no longer being taken, although stock is still available at some Seat dealerships.
The model, which had remarkable boot space in line with large saloons such as the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series, received a facelift in 2016 that included a consolidation of the engine line-up. Diesel versions were also dropped this August.
No direct replacement is expected for the Toledo, but customers are likely to be steered towards the larger Seat Leon, which has been a huge success for Seat since the launch of the current iteration in 2012.
Last year, Seat sold 6726 Toledos in Europe, compared with 144,951 Leons and 74,962 Seat Ateca SUVs.