Side view of SEAT Leon Estate with bikes on the back

New SEAT Leon Estate

From £24,705

The SEAT Leon Estate has been developed with a sportier look, enhanced connectivity and more space. For even more life behind the wheel.


From first look, you can see the SEAT Leon Estate has got sportier design features including the sharp lines and aerodynamic spoiler, as well as a new sophisticated script on the Leon badge. Inside there is improved space in the seating and also a 620 litre boot space so everyone has room to fit all that they need for their favourite activities. 

rear view of red leon estate parked under palm tree


The centre console features 10 inch touchscreen display that enables you to access the many features that come with SEAT CONNECT. SEAT CONNECT helps you to manage your vehicle both from the driver's seat, or from anywhere you are using the app on your mobile device. Use voice commands to find parking, petrol stations and the best routes as well as remotely unlocking and locking your Leon.

Interior & Exterior

The Leon Estate features an interior which is bristling with cutting-edge technology . The cabin is dominated by screens and the interior is laced with plush materials ensuring that the interior feels as luxurious as possible. Legroom in the rear of the car is also plentiful, while boot space is noticeably improved compared to the hatch.

Roof rails also mean that there’s the option of fitting roof boxes and other accessories, further broadening the Leon’s abilities.

The SEAT Leon Estate stands out even when it’s standing still. You won’t be sacrificing appearance for practicality when you get a Leon Estate. The front end of the car is particularly striking, while cuts and folds down the length of the vehicle help to disguise its larger size well. Look on the bright sideFull LED headlights at the front with a coast-to-coast sweeping across the back. The SEAT Leon Estate is here to be noticed.

red leon estate parked
rear view of red leon estate parked under palm tree
SEAT Leon Estate interior from driver window
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Red SEAT Leon Estate exterior alloy wheels
Black SEAT Leon Estate exterior puddle lights
Red SEAT Leon estate exterior rear parked on sand

What trim levels are on the SEAT Leon Estate?


Standard equipment includes:

  • 16" alloy wheels
  • LED Headlights and tail lights
  • Metallic paint
  • 8.25" Touchscreen media system
  • Lane Assist
  • Full LED rear lamp with Infinite Light

SE Dynamic

Equipment in addition to SE includes:

  • 17" alloy wheels
  • Dark tinted rear windows
  • Digital Cockpit
  • 10" Touchscreen media system
  • Keyless entry
  • Park Assist
  • SEAT Digital Cockpit
  • Chromed Pack with bright window frames


Equipment in addition to SE Dynamic includes:

  • FR styling
  • High Beam Assist
  • Sports suspension
  • LED headlights with High Beam Assist
  • Illuminated door step
  • Rear tinted windows
  • Sports bumpers

FR Sport

Equipment in addition to FR includes:

  • 18" Performance machined Alloy Wheels
  • Electrically adjustable, folding, heated and memory

Review: Seat Leon Estate

The latest Leon is based on the eighth-generation Golf, bringing a high-tech interior and a range of efficient engines to market. However, for a more practical option, there’s the new Leon Estate - and that’s what we’re looking at today.

As mentioned, the new Leon sits on a new platform shared with the Golf - badged MQB Evo - which allows it to bring more interior space than before. It also gains hybrid powertrains for the first time, bolstering the Leon’s efficiency levels.

A new suite of safety technology has allowed the Leon to scoop top ratings from safety experts Euro NCAP as well.

What’s under the bonnet?

Interestingly, a diesel option is no longer available with the Estate, which is why we’re testing it with a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine pushing out 148bhp and 250Nm of torque. It can be fitted with either a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic gearbox. The latter also features eTSI mild-hybrid technology which helps to improve efficiency.

Zero to 60mph takes 8.5 seconds while SEAT claims it’ll return close to 48mpg while emitting 133g/km CO2.

What’s it like to drive?

The Leon Estate delivers the kind of unflustered, easy-to-live with driving experience you’d expect from SEAT. It handles smartly with very little body roll, while a range of driver settings allow you to tailor the car’s controls to your liking.

The FR trim our car was finished in did have sports suspension which added some harshness to the ride, particularly when driving over broken surfaces. However, if you’re looking for a more comfortable option, then we’d opt for an SE or Xcellence car instead.

Much like the previous-generation Leon, this latest car benefits from an eye-catching and widespread use of LED lighting. It’s at its very best at the back of the car, where a full-width light bar runs between the two taillights creating a particularly high-tech look.

It’s a look and a feature which would’ve only been the reserve of high-end Audis some years ago, so it’s particularly exciting to see it on this latest Seat.

What’s it like inside?

The interior of the Leon matches the well-made feel you get from the exterior. It’s a hugely digital cabin, with pretty much all of the traditional buttons and controls migrated within the new central touchscreen.

This can make simple operations like changing the temperature a little more difficult than they need to be, though thankfully the Leon Estate still has the practicality boxes ticked thanks to a 617-litre boot which is 30 litres bigger than before.

Red SEAT Leon Estate driving down the road
Red SEAT Leon Estate rear close up of boot
Red SEAT Leon Estate rear driving down the road
Red SEAT Leon Estate rear parked

What’s the spec like?

SEAT really has focused on delivering value for money with the latest Leon, which is why even entry-level cars boast alloy wheels, a touchscreen with smartphone integration and even cruise control and keyless start. The amount of standard tech you get is impressive, to say the least. FR spec brings larger alloy wheels, those fancy LED lights and wireless smartphone charging - among other features FR spec brings larger alloy wheels, those fancy LED lights and wireless smartphone charging - among other features.


the latest Leon Estate is a far more rounded affair than its predecessor, bringing more standard equipment, improved safety levels and a decent driving experience.If you choose the right spec, it can be great value for money too. In terms of an outright all-rounder, this SEAT really is up with the best of them.

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