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Cupra buying guide

What Cupra models are there?

First up is the Cupra Leon, which is a sportier version of the SEAT Leon (itself a sportier take on the Volkswagen Golf!). There’s a Cupra badge instead of a SEAT one and a smattering of black and copper trim but, otherwise, the two Leons look mostly the same. Cupra offers more powerful engines for its version, including a 300hp petrol and a 245hp eHybrid plug-in hybrid. The petrol-only engine will be the most appealing for enthusiasts, but the hybrid offers both great performance and low fuel costs. Alongside the hatchback, there’s a practical Leon Sportstourer estate version with a vast boot.

There’s also the Cupra Born, an electric car that’s heavily based on the Volkswagen ID.3. It’s marketed as an electric hot hatch, and its performance is strong enough to justify that claim. It only offers the most powerful electric motor available in the ID.3, while the Born also gets Cupra-specific e-Boost models with slightly quicker acceleration than the VW. The standard 58kWh battery manages more than 260 miles to a charge, while long-distance drivers will be better served by the 77kWh battery with its 343-mile estimate.

 

Which Cupra models are SUVs?

The Formentor was Cupra’s first exclusive model, even if you’ll be able to spot shared details with the SEAT Leon and Tarraco. It’s taller and longer than the Leon, with a slightly larger boot, so it’s a good family option. All versions get sporty styling, and there’s a choice of turbo petrol and hybrid engines – meaning you can have the racy looks without the high fuel consumption. Of course, if speed is important, there’s a 310hp petrol engine that enables a sub-five-second 0-62mph time.

Cupra’s largest car is the Ateca – another rebadged SEAT. You’ll find used Cupra Ateca models listed with their SEAT equivalents on our site. Unlike the brand’s other cars, the Cupra Ateca is only available with a fire-breathing petrol engine, plus a slick automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive. You also get sports seats and copper detailing to mark you out from regular SEAT Atecas.

FAQs

Cupra’s first electric model is the Born hatchback. On top of its long range figures, it can recharge from 5-80% in around half an hour. That means, if you’re doing a long journey, you can plug in at a motorway service station and the car will have gained plenty of range before you’ve finished your coffee.

The Spanish brand is also working on the Tavascan SUV, and the UrbanRebel small car. Both will be fully electric.

Sí. Every used Cupra sold at Motorpoint is available with Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) or Hire Purchase (HP) finance, and we even offer no-deposit finance.

Cupra’s four-wheel-drive system is called 4Drive. It’ll provide a little extra grip in wintry conditions rather than turning a Cupra into an all-terrain monster, and is available on selected versions of the Formentor and Ateca.

DSG is the VW Group name for automatic gearboxes. These are ‘dual-clutch’ gearboxes that shift gears quicker and more smoothly than some traditional automatics. You can flick it into manual mode and shift up and down using the steering wheel paddles if you’d like, which keen drivers might enjoy considering only entry-level Cupra Formentor and Leon models have a conventional manual gearbox.

Cupra’s trim levels are typically called things like V1, V2, VZ2 and VZ3. ‘V’ signifies lower-powered engines, while ‘VZ’ (from the Spanish word for fast, veloz) is reserved for the more powerful engine options. The higher the number, the better-equipped the car is.

Cupra Born e-Boost models come with an overboost function that provides 30hp more power in short bursts. e-Boost cars are slightly quicker off-the-line than the standard models, which helps the Born feel more like a hot hatchback than an equivalent VW ID.3. It’s an option on 58kWh cars and comes as standard on 77kWh ones.

Cupra Connect is a useful smartphone app that provides live features. You can see prices for car parks and petrol stations nearby, and send sat nav destinations from your phone to the car’s infotainment system. It also includes live traffic on the car’s sat nav, which can help you avoid tailbacks.

Cupra might be a relatively new brand but it’s backed up by the vast Volkswagen empire. Many of the parts used in Cupra cars have been used in other VW Group models. That does include the sometimes glitchy infotainment system, but software updates can often sort these bugs out.