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The Cupra Leon 310 estate is practical, surprisingly comfortable and quick, but we'd avoid the e-Hybrid 300, which is mediocre to drive by hot hatch standards, and the pure-petrol 300 hatchback.
The trimSee full equipment
Top VZ3 spec (Available with 1.4 plug-in hybrid, 2.0 TSI 300 and 2.0 TSI 310) brings leather seats (heated in the front) with electric adjustment and memory settings for the driver, and wireless phone-charging, but we don't think it's worth the extra over the VZ2.
The engineSee full engine specs
Much of what can be said of the 300 applies to the 310, although the latter is even more accelerative not simply because it is a little more powerful at 306bhp, but because it has the added benefit of the extra traction four-wheel drive brings.
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