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BY ANDY ENRIGHT
Added 9th November, 2012
, updated 8th November, 2012
The second generation SEAT Leon really did come good later in its life. Perhaps the biggest testament to that fact is that the third generation model didn't seek to distance itself - from a styling perspective at least - very much from its predecessor. UK buyers were a little slow to catch on to how good this facelifted MK2 model was back in its production 2009-2012 production period, which means that on the used market, there are plenty of bargains available. Unlike most other family hatchback designs, it's the really sporty cars where the best buys are to be had. The FR+, Cupra and Cupra R versions look really good purchases and if you can find one that hasn't been flogged to death, it should stand you in very good stead for years to come.
SEAT has pushed the performance boat out with its 310PS Leon Cupra R hatch. Jonathan Crouch reports.
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This much improved third generation SEAT Leon is a Focus-sized model that these days offers smarter styling, impressive media connectivity, strong safety provision and some efficient engine options. If you'd been overlooking it, this Spanish contender might now be worth a second glance.
As before, Leon buyers choose from either a five-door hatch or an 'ST' estate model. In both cases, SEAT says that visual style was one of the key reasons why people bought the original version of this car, so it wasn't necessary with this current version to change the aesthetics too much. Whether there really is 'latin spirit in every one' is another question of course. In the case of sportier versions like the FR models, we'd be tempted to say yes. Overall, on a pure value-versus-quality basis, this Leon has long been the pick of the Volkswagen Group offerings in this sector. And that also makes it one of the key segment benchmarks outside the Wolfsburg family of brands. Which in turn, makes it a very good car indeed.
Every volume brand seems to have its own idea of what a small supermini-based SUV should be. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at SEAT's offering, the Arona, in its popular 1.0 TSI petrol guise.
SEAT's Leon looks tempting in sporty FR Black Edition trim. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
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