According to our latest What Car? Reliability survey, the Leon finished in 10th place out of 24 cars in the family car class. It seems diesel Leon is not as reliable as the petrol-engined versions. Owners of diesel Leons had almost four times as many problems as those with petrol engines, with 40% of cars going wrong.
Are 2013 SEAT Leons reliable?
SEAT Leon reliability The SEAT Leon was rated 52nd overall out of the 100 models that appear in our Driver Power owner satisfaction survey. Of the owners who responded, 15.6% reported experiencing a problem with their car at least once in the first year, with electrical and gearbox gremlins cited most often.
What are the different types of Seat Leon?
Understanding Seat Leon car names There are eight trim levels – S, SE Dynamic Technology, SE Technology, SE Lux, FR Technology, FR Titanium, Xcellence Technology and Cupra – that offer different equipment at different starting prices.