Seat has added an eHybrid plug-in hybrid engine to the Leon, which we'll be testing for the next six months.
Leon emerges from the shadow of VW’s Golf to offer much the same, but in a prettier package
Seat has expanded the line-up for its new Leon, with the introduction of additional engines and trim levels.
The new Seat Leon has been given strong residual value predictions of up to 41.4% by Cap, giving it a low total cost of ownership (TCO) for fleets.
Performance brand Cupra has revealed its latest new model, based on the new Seat Leon, including a low-emission plug-in hybrid.
Seat has revealed the new third-generation Leon with more efficient hybrid engines and enhanced connectivity.
All new Seat models are now available with fixed trim levels only, removing the ability for customers to add options.
Seat UK Fleet has secured its best quarter one results to date, confirming the Spanish brand as the fastest growing manufacturer in fleet, true fleet and Motability channels.
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