New engine choices

for Cupra Leon

Cupra Leon Estate
Cupra Leon Estate rear
Cupra Leon Hatch

Spanish performance brand Cupra has opened order books for the latest variants of the Leon Hatch and Estate.

In a first for the SEAT sub-brand, the latest Cupra Leon models come with the VW Group's two-litre TSI 190PS engine which the firm says blends affordability with performance and adds more choice for customers.

Prices for the 190PS engine start from £33,170 for the hatchback and £34,445 for the estate.

The 190PS engine, which is only available with a DSG-auto gearbox, delivers between an officially tested 39.8-41.5mpg on the combined cycle and boasts a top speed of 141mph for the hatchback while the estate is capable of 143mph. The hatchback is slightly quicker off the mark, however, achieving the benchmark 0-62mph time in 7.2 seconds compared with the estate's time of 7.5 seconds.

Meanwhile, there's also a new, more affordable entry-level 150PS engine option for the Cupra Leon Estate with prices starting at £30,875 for the six-speed manual or £32,985 for the DSG-auto.

With the 150PS engine, the Leon Estate accelerates from standstill to 62mph in 9.2 seconds with the manual gearbox while the DSG model is quicker with a 0-62mph time of 8.9 seconds. Top speed is 134mph.


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