Revised SEAT Leon on sale

A revised SEAT Leon is now on sale through the brand's dealerships, with external and internal enhancements and an added powertrain, writes Brian Byrne.

The front changes are described by the designer as 'subtle'and include a wider grille and revised bumper designs. The lights have also been upgraded with greater use of LED technology.

Interior changes include an LED-based ambient lighting system. The car is also claimed to be quieter.

SEAT has introduced further technological options to the Leon, including a pedestrian detection system, adaptive cruise control, parking assist, and automatic headlamp dipping. The traffic sign recognition system has been enhanced.

A new 1.6 diesel with 115hp output has been added to the powertrain range, alongside the 90hp version and the 184hp 2.0. A revised Cupra version will launch in May.

The current range of Leon in 3- and 5-door hatchack and estate formats is available to order from SEAT's 23-strong network from €19,195.

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