Seat has recently announced the launch of the Leon SC in Italy, where the model is now available to its future customers from 17,620 euros.
The new generation of the Seat Leon, in its three-door body style, the so-called SC, has been recently launched in Italy. The model is coming with full LED headlights, Easy Connect infotainment system, SEAT Sound system, SEAT Drive Profile, Highbeam assist, tinted rear windows, sports contoured seats and much more, including the 5.8-inch color touch screen, USB, AUX, Bluetooth, light and rain sensors, 17- / 18-inch alloy wheels and more.
The cheapest version of the Seat Leon in Italy is the 1.2 TSI 86 HP Reference, which will set you back for 17,620 euros. This is followed by the 1.6 TDI 90 CV, with its 19,740 euros. The most expensive Seat Leon SC is the FR, with its 2.0 TDI engine, producing 184 HP, equipped with start / stop, which costs 25,740 euros. The 2013 Seat Leon SC is 4.23 meters long and it’s riding on a 35 mm shorter wheelbase than its five-door brother. The model has been inspired by the IBE, IBL and IBX concept cars and it has the same suspension system used on the regular Leon, along with the same engine lineup.