Latest Leon continues Seat’s fine tradition
The Spanish carmaker gives parent company Volkswagen a big headache with its new Golf-rivalling Leon hatchback
The Seat Leon has always been a good car, but through its previous three generations it has constantly been overshadowed by its illustrious cousin, the Volkswagen Golf.
Until now perhaps. With this new Mk4 example, it appears the Spanish manufacturer has finally decided its C-segment family hatchback should stand apart within the Volkswagen Group.
The Leon has always looked good on the outside, particularly the Mk3 version, which has just gone out of production –...
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