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The latest Seat Leon is a fantastic all-rounder. Not only does it handle well, come packed with kit and feature a roomy interior, but it should also prove relatively cheap to run thanks to the frugality promised by its petrol engines – especially the 1.5 TSI 130. And if you’re a company car buyer, the eHybrid is also well worth a look, because while it’s not as polished as the Volkswagen Golf GTE nor as quick as a Mercedes A250e, it’s cheaper to buy than both and offers an impressively low BIK rate.get the best price
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We think SE Dynamic is worth the extra over entry-level SE trim, because as well as various infotainment upgrades, it adds front parking sensors, larger 17in wheels and tinted rear windows.
The engineSee full engine specs
We haven’t tried this engine in the Leon, but we’ll let you know what it’s like as soon as we can.
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