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Seat Leon 1.5 TSI EVO 150 FR Black Edition [EZ] 5dr DSG £18,915 @ new car discount.com
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Seat Leon 1.5 TSI EVO 150 FR Black Edition [EZ] 5dr DSG £18,915 @ new car discount.com

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Posted 23rd Aug

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Been looking for a VW golf deal for a friend and came across this deal for a new Seat Leon FR Black edition spec with DSG semi auto gear box.

Save 27% vs list - so £18,915 at moment via new car discount.com

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If I was in the market for a car at the moment, this would be high on my list for the spec & price!!

150bhp 1.5 engine 7 speed semi auto gearbox. Free UK delivery & 3yr warranty.

  • Full Link Smartphone Integration with Mirror Link, Apple Car Play, Google Android Auto with USB cable for Apple and Android compatibility

  • Media system plus with 8" display, 4 USB, 8 speakers, CD, voice control, DAB, bluetooth and handsfree, steering wheel mounted audio and phone control

  • Navigation system 3D map display, high resolution colour driver display, two SD card slots

Plus FR spec adds


• Door mirrors (electrically folding)

• Exclusive FR front and rear bumpers

• Full LED headlights: LED headlights (dipped and mainbeam) + LED

Daytime Running Lights (DRLs)

+ LED rear taillights + LED licence

plate lights + Front fog lights (LED)

and rear fog light

• Visible twin exhaust pipes

Interior equipment

• Ambient lighting (multi-coloured)

• LED illumination pack: LED lights

for reading lights (front and rear)

with ambient spots + Centre

console lights

Seats & trim

• Front passenger’s seat

lumbar adjustment

• Front sport seats in cloth

• Illuminated aluminium front

door sill with trim logo

• Leather steering wheel (flat

bottomed, perforated with red

stitching and FR logo) and leather

gear knob

Functional & mechanical

• Convenience pack plus: Rain-sensing

wipers + Auto-headlights with

automatic coming & leaving home

function + Auto-dimming rear

view mirror

• Dual-zone climate control

• SEAT drive profile: Four different

modes (Normal-Sport-Eco-Individual)

+ Throttle response + Gear shifts

mode (only DSG Models)

• Steering wheel-mounted gearshift

paddles (DSG only)

• Suspension (sport)

In addition to the FR trim

Wheels & tyres

• 18" Performance Matte Black

alloy wheels 30/2

Exterior equipment

• Door mirrors with integrated LED

indicators (Matte Black)

• Front grille frame in matte black

• Roof rails (black) (Estate only)

Infotainment

• Digital cockpit
  • Interior equipment

• Storage compartment under driver and passenger seat

• Black interior roof

• Front sport seats in microsuede Functional & mechanical

• Winter Pack: Heated front seats, headlight washers, heated washer nozzels
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littleirishman5723/08/2019 20:20

Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head …Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head added.


Easy tiger
70s_kid24/08/2019 12:47

Here's an analogy for you, yours is still giving me a headache....The …Here's an analogy for you, yours is still giving me a headache....The country voted to have and eat different cake, they felt they needed a change from the same old cake they've been eating for decades. We may or may not like the new cake, nobody knows, but we'll find out over the next few years. The government were sent a clear message that the same old cake was getting a bit stale and mouldy, and we could do with trying a change. They are starting to get the message, and if it fails to sink in the country will remind them strongly at the next opportunity.Please note, this is a new recipe, it's extremely unlikely to be perfect on 1st Nov, and may even sink in the middle in the short term (this is a long term baking project). Please stop pretending you know what cake everybody likes and how the new recipe will turn out, if you could have a bit of faith in your country and its baking abilities, even better.As for the deal, my guess is that it will probably cost pretty much the same after Brexit whatever happens. The European car makers will still want to sell their cars, and we'll still only pay what we're prepared to pay. Any differences in how the price is broken down will even themselves out. Just my opinion though.The Great British Bake Off starts soon - enjoy 😁


Leavers were promised as good a cake as they have now if not better, a cake with all the benefits oh the previous cake and none of the commitments to buy ingredients or to bake it. They were told there was no downsides to this new cake and and we would be free to take all decisions about ingredients etc.

What looks like being delivered is a Cake alright, a urinal cake and you appear happy to swallow it whole to stubbornly prove it’s what you wanted all along.

Anyway this is a car deal so I won’t say no more!
Edited by: "fiffio101" 24th Aug
afroylnt23/08/2019 22:09

Have the tsi 1.5 in a skoda octivia (non dsg) and find the jerkiness …Have the tsi 1.5 in a skoda octivia (non dsg) and find the jerkiness disappears after 1 to 2 minutes.


Some of us would kill for 1 or 2 minutes of jerkiness
fiffio10124/08/2019 07:55

Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. …Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. Would you accept that?


That's just your opinion. I've got nothing against the rest of the European countries. I just wish the people of this country would grow a set and, grow an economy worthy of this country. Instead of playing second fiddle to the EU. There wasn't a problem when it was a common market. But when they created a government, that was time to get out. We're fighting in this country to devolve government control, unyet we're happy to maintain the most un-devolved government.
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Fab spot, better than the VW as well
bitcoin523/08/2019 19:13

Fab spot, better than the VW as well


Thanks... Would be all over this if in market for a car at the moment
Cracking car for the money.
Awesome car.....bought one of the last models as new one coming in, similar spec and it's great. This one has one or two more toys!! Well done OP!!
marlot23/08/2019 19:59

Just be aware that some people have had issues with the 1.5 …Just be aware that some people have had issues with the 1.5 engine...https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/new-cars/2019-07/no-end-in-sight-for-volkswagen-15-tsi-engine-problems/https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/107558/juddering-vw-group-cars-no-end-in-sight-for-owners



Yep, I have the 1.5 DSG in my Arteon and it's quite jerky at low speeds in 1st or 2nd gear. It's not that bad but it's definitely noticeable.
£1000 less on drive the deal....
marlot23/08/2019 19:59

Just be aware that some people have had issues with the 1.5 …Just be aware that some people have had issues with the 1.5 engine...https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/new-cars/2019-07/no-end-in-sight-for-volkswagen-15-tsi-engine-problems/https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/107558/juddering-vw-group-cars-no-end-in-sight-for-owners


My sister got this engine a few months back when the fix had just come out and having spoken to a dealership recently the assure me the fix has been applied to all new cars.
Is it pre registered?
littleirishman5723/08/2019 20:14

£1000 less on drive the deal....


Coming up as £19,661 for me on Drive The Deal.

This is the 150ps engine with dsg. However DtD prices you are first registered keeper, whereas this place isn't so transparent

"Our bulk purchasing power gives us a pricing edge over retail showroom offers but please note one of the following registration processes will apply to your order

Registration process A : first registered to you

Registration process B: registered to you but at our address to start with , we then do a change of address into yours when the logbook arrives.

Registration process C : registered to one of our companies as the first keeper to gain the high discount making you the second keeper on the logbook .


We always show our very best discounts on the website but some offers maybe option C but option A might be available but less discount would apply, details on request

We will inform you of which registration process will apply at point of order but feel free to ask at point of enquiry, it will also be detailed on your order confirmation."
m5rcc23/08/2019 20:17

For the manual, sure...[Image]


Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head added.
littleirishman5723/08/2019 20:20

Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head …Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head added.


Easy tiger
The issue is supposed to be only affecting manual gearbox 130ps variants of the 1.5TSI.

The 150ps variant is supposed to be fine when you look at who's complaining on forums.

The 1.4TSI with cylinder deactivation tech that the 1.5 replaced was an absolute peach, who knows why they changed it- WLTP compliance most likely.
Got a 1.5 TSI T-Roc when they came out, it has the juddering sometimes. Heard referred to as “Kangarooing”. Absolute pain when it happens.
Any idea what the real MPG on the manual version would be for motorway driving?
monkeyhanger7523/08/2019 20:27

The issue is supposed to be only affecting manual gearbox 130ps variants …The issue is supposed to be only affecting manual gearbox 130ps variants of the 1.5TSI.The 150ps variant is supposed to be fine when you look at who's complaining on forums.The 1.4TSI with cylinder deactivation tech that the 1.5 replaced was an absolute peach, who knows why they changed it- WLTP compliance most likely.


So theyve removed the active cylinder technology? I assumed they had just applied it to the 1.5?
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littleirishman5723/08/2019 20:52

So theyve removed the active cylinder technology? I assumed they had just …So theyve removed the active cylinder technology? I assumed they had just applied it to the 1.5?


No, it's in the 1.5 too. Much improved mpg on the 1.5 over the 1.4. everything else is pretty much the same.
Cold not a BMW
Mike_Gibson23/08/2019 20:45

Any idea what the real MPG on the manual version would be for motorway …Any idea what the real MPG on the manual version would be for motorway driving?



As long as you don't go over the speed limit you should average around 55 (motorway only)
Guzzle23/08/2019 20:19

Coming up as £19,661 for me on Drive The Deal. This is the 150ps engine …Coming up as £19,661 for me on Drive The Deal. This is the 150ps engine with dsg. However DtD prices you are first registered keeper, whereas this place isn't so transparent "Our bulk purchasing power gives us a pricing edge over retail showroom offers but please note one of the following registration processes will apply to your order Registration process A : first registered to you Registration process B: registered to you but at our address to start with , we then do a change of address into yours when the logbook arrives. Registration process C : registered to one of our companies as the first keeper to gain the high discount making you the second keeper on the logbook . We always show our very best discounts on the website but some offers maybe option C but option A might be available but less discount would apply, details on request We will inform you of which registration process will apply at point of order but feel free to ask at point of enquiry, it will also be detailed on your order confirmation."



Probably option C and that put me off from buiyng, used Carwow instead
Wait until after Brexit and they'll be knocking 50% off these over priced cars. As the majority of us won't be able to afford them
littleirishman5723/08/2019 20:52

So theyve removed the active cylinder technology? I assumed they had just …So theyve removed the active cylinder technology? I assumed they had just applied it to the 1.5?


Nope, it is on the 1.5 too. Better test (WLTP) scenario mpg on the 1.5, real mpg gains, not so much.
monkeyhanger7523/08/2019 21:50

Nope, it is on the 1.5 too. Better test (WLTP) scenario mpg on the 1.5, …Nope, it is on the 1.5 too. Better test (WLTP) scenario mpg on the 1.5, real mpg gains, not so much.


According to honestjohns true mpg, people are report 1mpg extra on the higher bhp power models and 4mpg on the lower bhp models.
edd1323/08/2019 21:27

As long as you don't go over the speed limit you should average around 55 …As long as you don't go over the speed limit you should average around 55 (motorway only)


Mpg is impressive on 2 cylinders, under low load situations. As soon as you get over 30kW output, you'll be running on all cylinders and getting low 40s mpg.

Of course, mpg is dependent on length of journey, driving style, congestion of route and ave cruising speed. If you're able to sit in 6th/7th (depending what gearbox you have) between 50 and 70then you'll do great, if you're stuck in traffic, it'll be poor.

On my commute, the difference between moderate traffic during the school holidays and busy traffic on the same route, at the same time can be the difference between 30mpg and 40mpg in my Polo GTI+, which also has a low load fuel saving system.

It runs on the Budack cycle under low load- facilitated by variable valve opening to increase effective compression ratio with a low fuel concentration.
PhoenixRising23/08/2019 20:02

Yep, I have the 1.5 DSG in my Arteon and it's quite jerky at low speeds in …Yep, I have the 1.5 DSG in my Arteon and it's quite jerky at low speeds in 1st or 2nd gear. It's not that bad but it's definitely noticeable.


Have the tsi 1.5 in a skoda octivia (non dsg) and find the jerkiness disappears after 1 to 2 minutes.
littleirishman5723/08/2019 20:20

Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head …Whoops. My bad. I hadn't clocked this was the DSG. In that case, head added.


It's good deal but I'm not sure it's that good...
afroylnt23/08/2019 22:09

Have the tsi 1.5 in a skoda octivia (non dsg) and find the jerkiness …Have the tsi 1.5 in a skoda octivia (non dsg) and find the jerkiness disappears after 1 to 2 minutes.


Some of us would kill for 1 or 2 minutes of jerkiness
DodgeySolenoid23/08/2019 21:38

Wait until after Brexit and they'll be knocking 50% off these over priced …Wait until after Brexit and they'll be knocking 50% off these over priced cars. As the majority of us won't be able to afford them


only if it actually happens...
That is a handsome car, I especially like the metallic blue, tempted to go for this, but never drove a leon or dsg, heat added
Just don’t see the point of a DSG box. Had it on 2 car plus my current Merc. Never use it, if they held the gear and didn’t change up automatically then I’d have a different opinion but....
Aquaslim24/08/2019 01:29

only if it actually happens...


Well let's hope it does. If it doesn't I'll never vote again. So much for democracy.
I've owed a golf r 2.0 tsi.

At low speed the 1.5 is more responsive than the 2.0 is a great engine. Whilst this is due to configuration and setup of the throttle curves.
I urge you to drive one.
DodgeySolenoid24/08/2019 07:16

Well let's hope it does. If it doesn't I'll never vote again. So much for … Well let's hope it does. If it doesn't I'll never vote again. So much for democracy.


Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. Would you accept that?
Great deal. I just gave my 17 plate FR back, was a brilliant car.
fiffio10124/08/2019 07:55

Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. …Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. Would you accept that?


I foolishly started to work out how this analogy might be correct. I've got headache now. Thanks.
fiffio10124/08/2019 07:55

Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. …Brexit is like ordering this deal and getting given an entry level Dacia. Would you accept that?


That's just your opinion. I've got nothing against the rest of the European countries. I just wish the people of this country would grow a set and, grow an economy worthy of this country. Instead of playing second fiddle to the EU. There wasn't a problem when it was a common market. But when they created a government, that was time to get out. We're fighting in this country to devolve government control, unyet we're happy to maintain the most un-devolved government.
70s_kid24/08/2019 08:11

I foolishly started to work out how this analogy might be correct. I've …I foolishly started to work out how this analogy might be correct. I've got headache now. Thanks.


Your right, it’s crap as you can still use the Dacia to get around so it’s far to close to what you originally ordered!
Decent cheap alternate deal to a Golf to be fair as it doesn’t hold its value compared to a Golf.
Recent Cupra deals were a better punt.
DodgeySolenoid24/08/2019 08:15

That's just your opinion. I've got nothing against the rest of the …That's just your opinion. I've got nothing against the rest of the European countries. I just wish the people of this country would grow a set and, grow an economy worthy of this country. Instead of playing second fiddle to the EU. There wasn't a problem when it was a common market. But when they created a government, that was time to get out. We're fighting in this country to devolve government control, unyet we're happy to maintain the most un-devolved government.


Wait until those people who voted to leave based on the promises of cake and eat it find out that all their problems were in fact caused by the uk government of the day and won’t change!

They will be unhappy if brexit is cancelled and even unhappier if it goes ahead!
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