Seat León 2024: New engines (Eco label) and renewed interior

Seat may be proud of many of its models, but we are sure that at Seat Leon He has a special affection for him. The compact model of the Spanish brand allowed a great expansion of the automobile firm beyond our borders. Now, and coinciding with the 25th anniversary, the Seat León receive an update.

We could perfectly classify it as a makeover, because although aesthetically there are no new features on the outside, at a technological and mechanical level there is there are changes to take into account. Also in terms of equipment. We are going to review all these new features of the Seat León 2024.

More equipment for the Seat León

Seat Leon dashboard

Starting with the equipment, on the outside the most important thing is the introduction of the Matrix LED headlights, which are available for the first time in this model. Inside we see the 10,25-inch digital panel behind the steering wheel, as well as the new media screen. Standard is 10,4 inches (previously 8,25) and the optional reaches 12,9 inches. The important thing is that they have opted for illuminated slider for climate temperature and volume.

In any case, it would have been even better to opt for control using analog controls for the entire air conditioning system.

Continuing in the cabin, the wireless charging system has been improved thanks to a higher power, which reaches 15 kW, and cooling technology to prevent the mobile phone from overheating.

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Seat León engines 2024

Seat León engines 2024

As we said, there are also changes in terms of engines refers. The Martorell compact has seen its mechanical range revised, although it continues to offer gasoline, diesel and plug-in hybrid engines, with the B, Eco and Zero badges from the DGT. By the way, all of them have four cylinders.

And in gasoline The three-cylinder 1.0 TSI disappears. Now the access variant is 1.5 TSI 115 hp and 220 Nm, associated with a 6-speed manual transmission and homologating a consumption of 5,3 l/100 km. This same option with 115 HP is available with eco label thanks to a microhybrid system and the 7-speed DSG transmission. The top of the range is the 1.5 TSI 150 hp, also with DSG and 48 V network to carry the Eco sticker.

En diesel the block appears 2.0 TDI developing 150 HP, which is combined with the 7-speed DSG transmission. At the moment, it is the only diesel alternative.

La PHEV option, named as Seat Leon e-Hybrid, is capable of generating 204 hp and 350 Nm of torque. This plug-in hybrid combines a 1.5 HP 150 TSI engine with a 115 HP electric motor, which is powered by a 19,7 kWh battery. In this way, it can now travel “more than 100 kilometers” according to the brand in fully electric mode. Recharging can be done in direct current at powers of up to 50 kW and in alternating current up to 11 kW. It goes without saying that this option carries the Zero environmental label.

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