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Specs for all generations of Seat Leon

Choose a generation of Seat Leon from the list below to view their respective versions. Тo check out further technical specifications (like engine power, dimensions, weight, fuel consumption, etc.), please select one of the versions.
2020 Seat Leon IV - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon IV 2020 - Hatchback
Power: from 90 to 204 Hp | Dimensions: 4368 x 1800 x 1456 mm
2020 Seat Leon IV Sportstourer - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon IV Sportstourer 2020 - Station wagon (estate)
Power: from 90 to 204 Hp | Dimensions: 4642 x 1799 x 1448 mm
2016 Seat Leon III ST (facelift 2016) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon III ST (facelift 2016) 2016 - 2020 Station wagon (estate)
Power: from 86 to 300 Hp | Dimensions: 4549 x 1816 x 1454 mm
2016 Seat Leon III SC (facelift 2016) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon III SC (facelift 2016) 2016 - 2018 Hatchback
Power: from 86 to 300 Hp | Dimensions: 4247 x 1810 x 1446 mm
2016 Seat Leon III (facelift 2016) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon III (facelift 2016) 2016 - 2020 Hatchback
Power: from 86 to 310 Hp | Dimensions: 4324 x 1816 x 1459 mm
2014 Seat Leon X-Perience - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon X-Perience 2014 - Station wagon (estate)
Power: from 110 to 190 Hp | Dimensions: 4543 x 1816 x 1481 mm
2013 Seat Leon III ST - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon III ST 2012 - 2016 Station wagon (estate)
Power: from 86 to 290 Hp | Dimensions: 4543 x 1816 x 1451 mm
2013 Seat Leon III SC - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon III SC 2012 - 2016 Coupe
Power: from 86 to 290 Hp | Dimensions: 4263 x 1816 x 1459 mm
2013 Seat Leon III - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon III 2012 - 2016 Hatchback
Power: from 86 to 290 Hp | Dimensions: 4271 x 1816 x 1459 mm
2009 Seat Leon II (1P, facelift 2009) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon II (1P, facelift 2009) 2009 - 2012 Hatchback
Power: from 85 to 265 Hp | Dimensions: 4323 x 1768 x 1459 mm
2005 Seat Leon II (1P) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon II (1P) 2005 - 2009 Hatchback
Power: from 85 to 240 Hp | Dimensions: 4323 x 1768 x 1459 mm
1999 Seat Leon I (1M) - Technical Specs, Fuel consumption, Dimensions Seat Leon I (1M) 1999 - 2006 Hatchback
Power: from 68 to 225 Hp | Dimensions: 4185 x 1742 x 1494 mm

What are the dimensions of Seat Leon?

Size varies across the range, with hatchback variants being between 4185 mm (164.76 in.) and 4368 mm (171.97 in.) in length, 1742 mm (68.58 in.) and 1816 mm (71.5 in.) in width, and 1446 mm (56.93 in.) and 1494 mm (58.82 in.) in height, station wagon variants – between 4543 mm (178.86 in.) and 4642 mm (182.76 in.) in length, 1799 mm (70.83 in.) and 1816 mm (71.5 in.) in width, and 1448 mm (57.01 in.) and 1481 mm (58.31 in.) in height, and coupe variants – 4236 mm (166.77 in.) in length, 1810 mm (71.26 in.) in width, and 1446 mm (56.93 in.) in height.

How much horsepower does Seat Leon have?

Seat Leon offers quite the range in terms of output, with the lowest being just 68 Hp (2000 Seat Leon I (1M) 1.9 SDI), and the highest – all the way up to 310 Hp (2017 Seat Leon III (facelift 2016) Cupra R 2.0 TSI).

What is the fuel consumption of Seat Leon?

Seat Leon can be quite fuel efficient, with consumption figures of Internal Combustion Engine variants being between 3.3 l/100 km (71.28 mpg) (2012 Seat Leon III SC/ 2013 Seat Leon III/ 2014 Seat Leon III ST 1.6 TDI (110 Hp) ECOMOTIVE) and 10.9 l/100 km (21.58 mpg) (2000 Seat Leon I (1M) Cupra R 2.8 T (204 Hp)), with most being on the lower end. In the hybrid range, fuel consumption goes down to as low as 1.2-1.3 l/100 km (196.01 - 180.93 mpg) (2020 Seat Leon IV 1.4 e-HYBRID (204 Hp) DSG).

What Seat Leon hybrid options are there?

Mild and Plug-in Hybrid variants are available in the fourth generation Seat Leon range, incorporating a 48V lithium-ion battery with 1.5-liter petrol engine and a 12.8 kWh lithium-ion battery with a 1.4-litre TSI petrol engine, respectively.

Is Seat Leon front-wheel-drive?

Most Seat Leon variants are, indeed, front-wheel-drive. All-wheel-drive options, however, are also available in the first and third generation range, as well as, in the off-road version – X-Perience.

Is Seat Leon reliable?

Seat Leon vehicles are generally reliable and durable, with issues that occur usually being easily-fixed. Some common problems include water leaking into front footwells, due to door seals issues, Airbag and DPF warning lights turning on, loss of power (common to 2.0-ltr TDI diesel variants), turn signal not working, caused by a programming issue (common in variants built between 2016 and 2018).

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