The new SEAT Leon Sports Tourer demonstrates that thrilling sports character and exceptional everyday usability do not have to be mutually exclusive.
The third member of the Leon family combines the young, dynamic design and the precise handling of its siblings with an amazing degree of utility. Like everyone Leon, the Sports Tourer displays an impressive level of craftsmanship and premium materials. The luggage space of the 4,535mm compact estate car offers excellent variability and the very best functionality down to the last detail. It has a load capacity of 587 litres, rising to as much as 1,470 litres with the rear seat backrests folded – meaning that even the big items of everyday life are accommodated in the Leon Sports Tourer.
“Irish drivers no longer have to choose between sporty and practical. The new Leon Sports Tourer offers both” commented SEAT Ireland Director, Cian O’Brien.
“With its new sporty look, its high utility and its state-of-the-art technology, the Leon Sports Tourer defines a new standard in the compact estate car class at an exceptional price.
“Like the already highly successful Leon and Leon SC, the new Sports Tourer is the perfect representative of SEAT’s brand values”.
The design of the Leon Sports Tourer continues SEAT’S high level of quality in materials and workmanship.
The line-up of state-of-the-art engines is extremely broad, with the power spectrum of TDI and TSI drives ranging from 63 kW (86 hp) to 135 kW (184 hp).
The new estate from SEAT handles with just as much precision and agility as the Leon and Leon SC. Alongside the ‘S’ and ‘SE’ equipment lines, the FR - the most dynamic model variant - underscores the leading position it holds among sporty compact estate cars.
Prices start from €20, 185.
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