The Seat Leon hatchback and estate receive a new 2.0-litre engine option each.
The hatchback adds the petrol engine that produces 187 bhp (140 kW), enables the acceleration from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 7.4 seconds, and a top speed of 144 mph (232 km/h). Combined fuel efficiency is 39.2-42.2 mpg (5.6-6.0 l/100 km). The engine comes with a single automatic DSG transmission.
The entry-level Seat Leon FR with this engine costs from £28,810 (€33,756.5). The standard equipment includes 17-inch wheels, dark tinted rear windows, a sports suspension, rain-sensing wipers, interior ambient lighting, and smartphone integration.
A £30,370 (€35,584) mid-level Seat Leon FR Sport features 18-inch wheels, upholstery of microsuede, heated steering wheel and seats.
The upper Xcellence trim level adds folding door mirrors and keyless entry. Its price is £30,800 (€36,088). The top Xcellence Lux of £31,980 (€37,471) offers adaptive cruise control, High Beam Assist, and leather seats.
The diesel engine used in the estate version delivers 113 bhp (84 kW), consumes 58.9-65.7 mpg (3.6-4.0 l/100 km), emits at least 114 g/km CO2. It is available for a £24,515 (€28,724) Seat Leon SE and a £25,615 (€30,013) Seat Leon SE Dynamic model.