Used Seat Leon 2010 Diesel for Sale

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1.9 TDI ECOMOT REFERENCE

Great value for such a clean car.
Road tax only €200 per year
NCT until 3/18
Call Willie on 087 1169695
 

Price €6,995
Body Type Hatchback
Doors 5
Owners 3
Gearbox Manual
Mileage 181,005 Km
Fuel Diesel
MPG 59.15
TAX €200
Boot Size -
Tax Expiry -
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
NCT Expiryup to 03/2018
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
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Key Facts

New Price
€21,900
Make

Seat

Model
Leon
Variant
Costa 1.9 TDi 105bhp
First year of model production
2007
Engine (L)
1.9
Transmission
Manual
Gears
5 speed manual
Fuel type
Diesel
Body Type
Hatchback

Running Costs

Tax
€637
Tax Band
B2
Average Cost Per 200KM
€10.17
Average L/100km
4.2
CO2 Emissions (g/km)
135

Performance

Driven Wheels
Front
Brake Horsepower
105
Top Speed
185 (kmh)
Acceleration (0-100 km/h)
11.3
Cylinders
4
Torque
250

Space & Practicality

Doors
5
Seats
5
Kerb weight
1290

Safety

Euro NCAP Star Rating
5

Handsome, sporty to drive, well made.

Drab cabin, tight rear space, uncertain used values.

Our Rating 4/5
  • Performance
  • Style & Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Interior
  • Refinement
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Running Costs
  • Equipment
  • Engine Specs

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Seat Leon ( 2005)

80/100
our score
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Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Sexy

  • Engine Specifications

    Great range

  • Performance

    Solid performers

  • Ride & Handling

    A fun steer

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Fine layout

  • Space & Practicality

    Decent space

  • Safety

    Superb spec

  • Value & Running Costs

    Good value

  • Quality & Refinement

    Well made, quiet

  • Equipment

    Loaded S

  • Summary

    Handsome, sporty to drive, well made.

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    That grille

  • Engine Specifications

    No small TDi

  • Performance

    170hp TDi is work

  • Ride & Handling

    Focus is better

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    A little drab

  • Space & Practicality

    Tight in the back

  • Safety

    No ESP

  • Value & Running Costs

    Uncertain used €

  • Quality & Refinement

    Some plastics

  • Equipment

    Basic R

  • Summary

    Drab cabin, tight rear space, uncertain used values.

Style & Design
9/10

The Leon is the VW Golf with a sexy new dress on. Real effort has gone into the design of the Leon, with its sculpted sheet metal, excellent detailing around the lights and tucked-away rear door handles. It looks low and mean, even though it isn’t. A superb design.

Performance
9/10

The 1.6 hits 100km/h in just 11.7 seconds, tops 184km/h. The 1.9TDi is quicker (11.3s/185km/h), but the 2.0 is better (8.8/210km/h). The 140bhp 2.0TDi isn’t far behind (9.3/208km/h). While the 170bhp 2.0TDi is fast (8.2/214km/h) you’re always shifting gears. The 2.0T is best: 0-100 in 7.8, 220km/h.

Ride & Handling
8/10

The Leon is a fine handler, more like a warm hatch than a boggo hatchback. It’s based on the Golf’s platform, so it steers with precision and doesn’t roll much in corners. The brakes are strong and the ride is pleasingly sporty, but it’s still not as sharp as the Focus.

Interior & Ergonomics
7/10

The Leon’s dahsboard has a similar look to the Altea’s but it’s less driver-focused and isn’t quite as appealing. It also seems a lot darker in there. It’s just as easy to use, apart from the all-red illumination, so apart from looking a little drab it’s difficult to be too hard on the Leon.

Quality & Refinement
8/10

Being based on the Golf’s sophisticated platform, you can expect the Leon to ride well, despite being quite sporty, and isolate occupants from the road well. Quality is up to VW standards too, but some plastics still aren’t quite as good.

Safety
8/10

The Leon achieved a superb 5-Star NCAP score and comes with front, side and curtain airbags, three 3-point rear seat belts, three headrests in the rear and ISOFIX child seat anchors. Front belt pre-tensioners and load limiters also feature, but ESP doesn’t appear on the FR, just traction control!

Space & Practicality
7/10

The Leon’s a reasonably spacious car, even though it looks quite squat. The rear seats don’t slide or recline and it is a wee bit cramped in the back. There are lots of storage nooks in the cabin, but the boot is not massive. A Golf or Focus would be better for growing families.

Value & Running Costs
7/10

The Leon isn’t bad value compared to rivals and is well equipped and very safe. How much it costs to run depends on which engine you get, but residuals shouldn’t be too bad, given that eveyone knows it’s basically a Golf beneath its pretty skin.

Equipment
8/10

The R has electric front windows, remote locks, rear spoiler & a CD player. S adds 16” alloys, foglights, leather steering with audio controls, climate & cruise control, rear electric windows, electric folding mirrors & a trip computer. FR adds 17” alloys, bodykit, sports seats & sports suspension.

Engine Specifications
9/10

Six engines are offered: a willing 102bhp/148Nm 1.6, a gruff 105bhp/250Nm 1.9TDi, a perky 150bhp/200Nm 2.0 and a grunty 140bhp/320Nm 2.0TDi. The 200bhp/300Nm 2.0 turbo powers the sporty FR and is better than the 170bhp/350Nm 2.0TDi, which has too narrow a powerband for performance driving.

I quite like the concept of ‘understated’, particularly when it comes to fast cars. I have two points on my licence courtesy of a bright orange Focus ST, so I’m quite happy to see just how understated the SEAT Leon FR is. The bodykit is so subtle it has to be pointed out to the uninitiated while the 17” wheels don’t so much broadcast the FR’s performance as pin a small memo to the notice board in the hall near the back door. Overall, it’s really no more aggressive than the boggo car, although that’s not to say it’s not a handsome thing to behold, and even though it’s garbed in bright red paint, few heads turn to soak up its FR-ness. It really does redefine stealth.

Inside, the FR underplays its performance credentials to such an extent it’s annoying. The cabin is a relentless barrage of black and greys with drab detailing and bland surfacing. Oh, it’s got nice seats, a great driving position and ergonomically it can’t be faulted, but the interior ambience is so downbeat it’s enough to bring a Feng Shui consultant to his knees.

As a driver’s car, the FR is better: one part Golf GTi, two parts Audi S3, which is hardly surprising considering it shares all of its major mechanical components with both. Like the Audi, the FR’s ride is firm and there’s quite a bit of body movement in corners and under braking, while the steering is just as sharp as the Audi, too, though with a touch more feel. The Leon also has the same tendency to understeer as the Audi, although its lack of bite could be down to the rather utilitarian Pirelli tyres. By the same token, we notice the FR has also got the GTi’s better low speed ride, its considerably better brake feel and exactly the same power delivery from its identical 2.0-litre, turbo-charged engine. It’s not as well-rounded as the Golf GTi, unsurprisingly, but it’s still a fun car in its own right and more engaging than the S3.

By current performance standards, the 200hp, 280Nm Leon FR might be a little tame, but it’s still quick enough to get you into trouble (0-100 km/h takes 7.3 seconds and top speed is 229 km/h). Despite this, there were no tickets, no penalty points, no challenges from more-noise-than power Civics and no fist-waving fogies during my week with the SEAT Leon FR. All I experienced was rapid, below-the-radar, hassle-free fun.

Seat has done well to give the Leon FR its own personality, but in terms of style and dynamics VW wasn’t going to allow it to topple the mighty Golf GTi.

INFO
Seat Leon FR
Engine 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbo,
200hp, 280Nm torque
Transmission 6-speed manual
Acceleration 0-100km/h 7.3 seconds
Top speed 229km/h
Economy 7.9 litres/100km
CO2 Emissions 190 g/km

27 OCT
3/5

Very stylish.spacious, economical and plenty of torque when needed for overtaking.For a diesel you can really throw it into a bend and it sticks to the road superbly.It has one of the easiest clutches on your left foot that I've ever encountered and makes for effortless driving.I get an average of 900 KMH to a tank and this is for mostly city driving, even better on the open road.

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