Take a Better Look at the Seat Leon ST in 52 New Photos

To convince us that the Leon ST is the most beautiful estate in its class (their claim, not ours), Seat has released a new photo gallery of its compact wagon, which debuted earlier this year at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

With an overall length of 4.54 meters (178.74 inches) and a load capacity of 587 liters (1,470 liters when the rear seats are folded down), the Seat Leon ST is the roomiest model in the company’s compact range.

The wagon is available with a broad range of gasoline and diesel engines with power outputs ranging from 86PS (85hp) to 184PS (181hp). The 1.6 TDI Ecomotive with 110PS is the economy champion, with an average fuel consumption of 3.2 l/100 km (73.5 mpg US) in the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle), equivalent to a CO2 figure of 85 grams per km.

The new SEAT Leon ST is already on sale in many European markets and is available with four equipment lines: Leon, Reference, Style and FR. The base model comes with standard features like remote central locking, electric front windows, electrically adjustable wing mirrors, daytime running lights, outside temperature display, height-adjustable driver’s seat, Isofix and Top-Tether anchor points in the rear for child seats and 15-inch wheels, among others.

Reference models add comfort features including air conditioning system with manual controls, the Media System Touch and the rear-seat backrest with a 60:40 split. The Style trim level brings 16-inch alloy wheels, fog lamps with cornering light function, electric windows in the rear, cruise control, Media System Touch Colour with six speakers and mobile phone connection via Bluetooth, among others.

Finally, sporty FR models are recognizable from the 17-inch alloy wheels, sporty bumpers, dedicated FR suspension, tinted rear windows, folding wing mirrors and LED rear lights. Interior features include aluminum entry sills, leather-clad sports steering wheel, sports seats with lumbar support, ambient lighting and Climatronic.

The Seat Leon ST starts from €16,640 in Germany and £16,675 in the UK.

By Dan Mihalascu


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