Seat Leon variants
Total price
Monthly payment
Figures are based on a 20% deposit

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £14,799. Borrowing £11,839 with a £2,960 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
Fixed interest rate
Total amount payable
Cost of credit
Optional final payment
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

SEAT Leon Estate FAQs

The SEAT Leon Estate is a little over 4.6 metres long, compared with the Leon hatchback's sub-4.4-metre length. Thankfully, all models include rear parking sensors, so threading the Leon Estate into a tight space shouldn't prove too much of a challenge.

SEAT Leon Estate models have a 620-litre boot – that's an impressive figure both for the class and for passenger cars in general. That means it'll easily handle a family's holiday luggage or your four-legged friend without breaking a sweat.

The Leon is pitched as a mid-range point between the upmarket Volkswagen Golf and Audi A3, and the more affordable Skoda Octavia. As a result, its interior is a little more plush than the Skoda but not quite as premium-feeling as the Volkswagen. The experience is dominated by a large central touchscreen and a bright screen in place of the driver's dials, helping the Leon feel modern as soon as you press the start button.

There's enough room for four adults to sit in comfort or five to squeeze in for shorter journeys. Plus, the long-roof body style means there's a huge 620-litre cargo area behind the seats.

The Leon and SEAT as a brand enjoy a fairly good reputation for reliability, so a properly maintained Leon Estate should last for many years with no problems. Most of the parts and engines are widely shared across the Volkswagen Group, so replacements should be easy to source.

For extra peace of mind, consider adding an extended warranty to your Leon Estate. This starts once your manufacturer's coverage ends and protects you from the cost of unexpected mechanical or electrical failures.