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Leon

Leon adds touch of Spanish flair to estate market

SEAT claims its new Leon is cheaper and meaner than its rivals. But is it built down to a price? Motoring writer Keith Ward finds out. SEAT have sold a total 600,000 vehicles in the UK after a hesitant start nearly 30 years ago, in a build-up peaking here last year at more than 45,000, all […]

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SEAT Exeo ST review proves estate’s versatility

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: SEAT Exeo ST SE Tech 2.0 TDI A last-minute change of plan proved the practical virtues of the SEAT Exeo ST during our road test. DAVID HOOPER explains why. CAR companies come up with all sorts of weird and wonderful slogans, but I have to admit, I like SEAT’s latest […]

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SEAT Exeo lets the multitronic ‘box take the strain

The new Multitronic gearbox in Seat’s Exeo helps motoring writer IAN LAMMING put up with the traffic jams. With an automatic gearbox, and an impressive diesel engine, the Exeo takes some beating. THE market, that’s buyers like me and you, is a powerful driver. So when we say we want to see a particular model […]

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Take your SEAT to drive through the recession

Cost effective quality has seen SEAT rise above the recession. Editor DAVID HOOPER says the Exeo ST range will ensure further success for the Spanish carmaker. SEAT’s make-over of the old Audi model has certainly done it no harm. SPANISH carmaker SEAT seems to be able to do little wrong at the moment and has […]

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SEAT adds Multitronic gearbox to Exeo range

Designed to broaden its appeal, SEAT adds a multitronic option to its Exeo range. Motoring writer KEITH WARD gave it a try. SEAT Exeo buyers now have the option of a Multitronic gearbox. NEW to the SEAT stable this Spring is a sensationally smooth automatic gearbox for the Exeo saloon. Allied to the parent VW […]

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