The SEAT Leon

From £22,225.00

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The new SEAT Leon

Choose brighter. The new SEAT Leon has a sportier look with a modern interior and improved technology for a smoother driving experience.

Named Best Family Car at the What Car? awards 2022

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With distinctive lines and sporty details, the new SEAT Leon makes a statement wherever it goes. The new sophisticated script of the Leon badging at the rear adds more character to the stylish exterior, along with the continuous LED light highlights that span the full length of the dynamic rear design.​ The attractive diamond design front grille is bold and provides a more dynamic finish to the Leon as well as the sporty 18 inch alloy wheels. 

Inside the all-new Leon you can find the New BeatsAudio sound system with a powerful amplifier that provides an immersive sound quality. You can also suit your interior to your own taste and mood with the wraparound ambient lighting that can be created with the sporty LED light in the interior door frames. At the top of the centre console also features the 10 inch Navi system with touchslider and voice control that allows you to connect your phone and easily manage interior comfort.


Through the 10 inch touchscreen display you can access the many features that SEAT CONNECT allows you to have fun with. 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.

Receive assistance at all times with Side & Exit Assist that uses advanced sensors to monitor blind spots when changing lanes, pulling out of a spot or exiting the car^.


Inside, you will find a stylish but practical dashboard where everything you need is one touch away.

The Leon features an interior which is packed with cutting-edge technology . Thanks to the ergonomically designed seats, you will be able to sit back and enjoy every ride in comfort.


It's time to live a little brighter, and the SEAT Leon's dashing presence is a step in the bright direction. The Leon has full LED lighting on both the front and rear lights with a distinctive coast-to-coast light along the rear. 


Contact Crewe SEAT to find out more about the new SEAT Leon. Fill out an enquiry form or call 01270 864425


New SEAT Leon Trim line-up​


  • 16″ alloy wheels eco
  • LED headlights and tail lights
  • 8.25″ infotainment screen 
  • NCAP safety tech
  • Rear parking sensors

SE Dynamic

  • 17″ alloy wheels 
  • Digital cockpit
  • 10″ navigation screen 
  • Front & rear with park assist
  • Dark tinted rear windows


  • 17″ alloy wheels
  • Wireless phone charger
  • Convenience pack
  • 3 zone climate
  • LED headlights with High Beam Assist
  • Sports suspension

FR Sport​

  • 18″ alloy wheels 
  • Microsuede upholstery
  • Winter pack 
  • Ambient wrap around
  • Black interior roof lining


  • 17″ alloy wheels 
  • Rear view camera
  • Winter pack 
  • Microsuede upholstery


  • 18″ alloy wheels
  • Leather upholstery
  • Predictive ACC
  • Light assist
  • Traffic sign recognition
New Rear Badge Sophisticated Script
Front Grille Diamond Design
Alloy Wheels 18 inch Performance

​The New SEAT Leon Test Drive Review

The Seat Leon is a core part of the Spanish firm’s range and now there’s a new one.

​What is it?

The SEAT Leon is a core part of the Spanish firm’s range and now there’s a new one. It uses a brand new platform - which it shares with the latest eight-generation Golf - and brings more standard equipment and technology than ever.

The thing is, can it still deliver the key attributes which have made the Leon so popular over the years? Let’s take a look. 

What’s new?

There are a wide variety of updates to this latest fourth-generation Leon thanks to a 1.1 billion euro investment in its model range. That’s why it showcases an all-new look as well as a completely redesigned interior.

It also benefits from a new range of engines, while a plug-in hybrid variant is on the way too. 

What’s under the bonnet?

There are a variety of petrol and diesel engines available with the Leon, ranging from a 1.0-litre and 1.5-litre petrol to a 2.0-litre diesel, all with a six-speed manual gearbox.

Bump up to sporty FR trim, however, and there’s the choice of either that previously-mentioned petrol as well as an additional 1.5-litre petrol making 148bhp. It’s available with either a manual or automatic gearbox, too. 

What’s it like to drive?

‘Our’ test car came in sporty FR trim, which has traditionally been the most dynamic of the trim levels available with the Leon. However, this latest generation seems to err more on the side of comfort, feeling far more like a Golf in terms of character than before.

However, the whole driving experience is impressively hassle-free, being comfortable despite the FR’s stiffened suspension and remarkably stable at motorways speeds.

How does it look?

FR-trim cars boast sporty looking bumpers and 17-inch alloy wheels, which does help to give the Leon even more presence out on the road. We’d also argue that brighter colours suit this Seat best, with reds a particular highlight.

At the rear of the Leon is a new full-width light, which helps to give the car a truly next-generation look when driving at night. It also livens up the design of the car during the day.

What’s it like inside?

In the cabin it’s clear to see the Leon’s Golf underpinnings, with the two featuring an interior which looks quite similar. However, that’s no bad thing as despite being quite minimalist it’s superbly well made and solidly put together.

There are very few physical buttons too, with the majority of the controls accessed via the main screen. This does help to give the cabin a clutter-free look.

What’s the spec like?

Prices for the FR start from £23,185, which brings 17-inch alloy wheels with the optional upgrade of 18-inch versions available. You also get dynamic indicators, rain-sensing wipers and a wireless phone charger.

In addition, there’s the lowered sports suspension and redesigned body kit which are included as part of the trim and help to give the Leon a far sportier appearance.


It’s hard to ignore the virtues of the new Seat Leon. It’s well designed, well made and superbly spacious too, while also being comfortable and refined to drive.

It does all of the things that the Volkswagen Golf does, but with the added flair that comes with the Seat badge on the front. If you want a little more personality without losing out on day-to-day abilities, then the Leon is an excellent choice.

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