The Seat Leon Estate is a good all-rounder, with competitive list prices, lots of equipment and decent running costs. But its rivals outclass it in a couple of key area, such as practicality, ride comfort and quietness at speed.get the best price
No Leon Estate is short of standard equipment. Even this entry-level SE model comes with a leather-trimmed steering wheel, air-con, 16in alloy wheels, electrically operated and heated door mirrors, electric windows, cruise control and metallic paint. Infotainment includes an 8.0in touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth and a DAB radio. The driver also gets height and lumbar adjustment as standard.
Engine: 1.0 TSI
If you're on a budget and looking on with envy at the higher-power engines in the Leon Estate's range, don't fret: we think the 113bhp 1.0-litre petrol is a belter. It’s as peppy as a Focus Estate 1.0 125 Ecoboost, giving good acceleration when you put your foot down (officially the 0-62mph time is 10.1sec) and, being turbocharged, it has a decent amount of shove. So, from around 1500rpm it's agreeably flexible. Officially it'll yield up to 50.4mpg but, being a three-cylinder, it sounds thrummy when revved.