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Seat Leon line-up expanded: prices, specs and CO2 emissions

Seat has expanded the line-up for its new Leon, with the introduction of additional engines and trim levels.

A new entry-level version, the Leon SE, is priced from £19,855.

Seat claims the SE, powered by a 1.0 TSI petrol engine will appeal to fleet managers, due to its efficiency.

Read our first drive review of the new Seat Leon here.

The new model benefits from a BiK (Benefit in Kind) rate of 27%, the lowest in the range, and has residuals of 41.2% after three years/60,000 miles, according to CAP.

Mild hybrid eTSI technology is available in combination with the DSG transmission and uses a 48V starter-generator and 48V lithium-ion battery for extended engine-off coasting.

Diesel TDI engines use a new dual injection AdBlue SCR system to significantly reduce NOx emissions compared to previous generation engines.

As part of Seat’s easymove strategy, fleet managers and company car drivers only need to choose the trim level, engine and colour on the online configurator. Each has its own unique equipment and all feature metallic paint at no extra cost.

Every Leon in the range benefits from keyless start, two USB-C ports in the front, LED headlight and fog light technology, cruise control with speed limiter, electronic parking brake, an 8.25-inch infotainment system with smartphone integration, and Seat Connect technology as standard.

SE Dynamic upgrades the infotainment to the Seat Digital Cockpit with Navigation, complete with 10-inch infotainment screen and 10.25-inch digital driver binnacle, front and rear parking sensors, tinted rear windows, as well as larger 17-inch ‘Dynamic’ tri-spoke alloy wheels.

The sporty FR trim level includes electric folding door mirrors, sportier front and rear bumpers,17-inch ‘Dynamic’ bi-spoke alloy wheels and a lowered suspension set-up.

FR Sport is also now available, adding a Winter Pack which includes heated front seats, heated steering wheel, a black interior roof lining, microsuede cloth upholstery, wraparound ambient lighting technology and 18-inch ‘Performance’ machined alloy wheels..

Xcellence trim brings a different aesthetic, with the exterior adding unique bumpers, a hot-stamped Diamond grille, chrome-framed side windows and 17-inch ‘Dynamic’ alloy wheels. Inside, the key surfaces are finished in microsuede cloth as well as the Winter Pack.

Range-topping Xcellence Lux adds leather upholstery, Predictive Adaptive Cruise Control technology and 18-inch ‘Performance’ machined aero alloy wheels.

Seat Leon prices, mpg and CO2 emissions:

Model

Engine

CO2 (g/km, WLTP)

Fuel economy (mpg, WLTP combined)

BIK 2020/21

Price

(RRP OTR)*

SE

1.0 110PS TSI

123

47.1-52.3

27%

£19,855

SE

1.5 130PS TSI

124

46.3-52.3

27%

£21,425

SE

2.0 115PS TDI

111

60.1-67.3

29%

£22,835

FR Sport

1.5 130PS TSI

127

46.3-50.4

28%

£25,075

FR Sport

1.5 150PS TSI

133

44.8-48.7

29%

£26,365

FR Sport

1.5 150 PS eTSI DSG-auto

134

44.1-47.9

29%

£28,425

XCELLENCE

1.5 130PS TSI

127

46.3-50.4

28%

£26,080

XCELLENCE

1.5 150PS TSI

133

44.8-47.9

29%

£26,850

XCELLENCE

1.5 150 PS eTSI DSG-auto

134

44.1-47.9

29%

£28,100

XCELLENCE Lux

1.5 130PS TSI

128

46.3-50.4

28%

£27,435

XCELLENCE Lux

1.5 150PS TSI

133

44.8-48.7

29%

£28,205

XCELLENCE Lux

1.5 150 PS eTSI DSG-auto

134

44.1-47.9

29%

£29,455



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