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Seat Leon (2017) What does the facelift bring for the bestseller?

New Seat Leon Facelift (2017)
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M an must look very carefully to get the Changes to the refreshed Seat Leon - Seat's best-selling model - can be seen - while the designers have touched almost everything on the front: the changed signature of the headlights adapts to that of the Ateca, the daytime running lights also serve as a turn signal. The radiator grille is stretched out, the smaller fog lights are now made using LED technology, and the bumper has been redesigned. There is also some fine-tuning at the rear with new LED lights and an additional light edge in the bumper. But the designers proceeded very, very carefully at the front and back, and not without reason - after all, customers name the exterior design as the most important selling point for the Leon, above all else.

p> And what about the engines? The 1.0 TSI with three-cylinder turbo was introduced before the facelift, the further development of the 1.4 TSI, which has been enlarged to 1.5 liters, is a little longer in coming. Seat is granting the 1.6 TDI 115 instead of 110 PS in the future and is now offering the two-liter TDI with 150 PS and all-wheel drive in the Kombi ST with a seven-speed dual clutch transmission.

While the powerful Cupra variants will not be available until the next one At the start of the year, the other variants will be launched on the market at the beginning of 2017. It can now be ordered in five equipment lines: as Leon, Reference, Style and FR lines and as the new Xcellence version. Prices start at 14,990 euros for the three-door SC version. The five-door model costs from 15,480 euros, the station wagon from 16,640 euros - so the prices remain almost unchanged, with Seat promising an additional equipment value of 300 to 500 euros depending on the variant. After all, the Leon should remain the brand's best-selling model.


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