The Seat Leon ST is a good all-rounder, but its rivals outclass it in a couple of key areasread the full model review
SE Technology offers a number of nice upgrades over S trim, including 16in alloy wheels, a leather steering wheel and gearlever, 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system with DAB radio and sat-nav, automatic emergency city braking, a front armrest, electric rear windows, cruise control and driver’s seat lumbar adjustment. You don’t get parking sensors thrown in, but they aren’t too pricey.,
A smooth, punchy four-cylinder petrol that kicks off the range in terms of both power and price. However, we'd spend a little extra for the more powerful and efficient 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol, as it's the more rounded choice.