The flagship for the revised Leon range uses the same engine as the Volkswagen Golf R, making this the most powerful road-going Seat car ever.
The Leon is cheaper to buy than the Volkswagen Golf it is based on, but it shares almost all of its cousin’s virtues, including a fun-to-drive character and a wide range of potent, refined engines
The Leon gets a new three-cylinder petrol engine, enhanced tech and a subtle face lift for 2017. Question is, are these tweaks enough to keep it among the leaders of the family hatchback class?
The changes apply to all three body styles, and centre on a minor facelift inside and out, along with the introduction of new technology.