SEAT Leon Estate Introducing the SEAT Leon Estate Starting From £23,500.00

The SEAT Leon Estate



Let your true colours shine through.

With bold exterior design, full LED headlights and a distinctive coast-to-coast rear light. Sometimes, good things come in bright packages. Order your new Leon today.

The SEAT Leon arrives with a strong design evolution that keeps the soul that the Leon stands for. It's design philosophy connects perfectly with with the values of the SEAT brand.

The next-generation Leon stands out thanks to its improved overall dimensions, its more determined face, smoother lines and more sculptured rear end.

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Capacity and comfort

Space for your brightest plans.

620 litres of boot space and a generous interior. Big, comfortable and ready to take you wherever you’re going. Order yours now.

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​Safety

Travel light. Travel bright.

Lane and Roadworks Assist

Stay safe and on track with the Lane Assist function that gently steers you, should you drift out of lane. Plus you can avoid any unexpected delays by using the roadworks alert function.

Side Assist

Change lanes more safely with Side Assist that warns you if there are any vehicles in your blind spot.

Tiredness Detection

Long trips can be tiring but with this clever feature detecting any deviation from total concentration, your new Leon will tell you exactly when you need to take a break.


SEAT LEON ESTATE NAMED TOW CAR OF THE YEAR 2022

Carried out by the Caravan and Motorhome Club, the awards recognise models from across the car world, from cars only capable of towing smaller weights through to larger vehicles and even EVs.

But it was the Seat Leon Estate that won the overall award, following on from scooping the category win in the ‘caravan weight 1100kg to 1200kg’. The model tested came in FR grade and with a 1.5-litre turbocharged TSI petrol engine, with the latter receiving special praise when paired with a DSG automatic gearbox. Its roomy interior was also highlighted, while its large boot was said to be able to ‘accommodate all touring equipment’.