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Seat Leon FR+ Supercopa: Test Drive Review

Date: 02 November 2012

Category: Lower medium
P11D price: £22,360
Key rival: Ford Focus Zetec S

By the time you've read this the new Seat Leon will have been revealed to the public at the Paris motor show ahead of arriving in the UK next March. So this, the Supercopa, is the final hurrah for the outgoing model that has helped Seat make big strides in the corporate marketplace.

It's a rather appealing model, combining the sporty looks that mimic the Leon racing car - the big bumpers, rear spoiler and 18-inch alloys - with a 170hp diesel engine offering emissions of just 134g/km and excellent standard equipment including satnav, DAB radio, Bluetooth, rear parking sensors and bi-xenon headlamps.

As a stand-out model, the Leon Supercopa certainly looks the part and the 170hp diesel engine is a strong performer, yet it can offer 50.4mpg fuel economy and the five-door practicality of a lower medium hatchback, all for a little over £22,000.

Seat Leon FR Supercopa 2.0 TDI 170
P11D price£22,360
Model price range£16,385-£25,495
Fuel consumption50.4mpg
CO2 (tax) 134g/km (20%)
BIK 20/40% per month£75/£149
Service interval10,0000 miles
Insurance (1-50)group 29
Warranty3yrs/60,000 mls
Boot space341 litres
Engine size/power1968cc/170hp
Top speed/0-62mph133mph/8.0secs
On sale Summer 2012
VerdictVery appealing and well-kitted
exit for current Leon range
with new model on the way


Very appealing and well-kitted exit for current Leon range with new model on the way