2015 Seat Leon ST 4Drive details

2015 Seat Leon ST 4Drive 1 2015 Seat Leon ST 4Drive details

SEAT launched its estate car, the new SEAT Leon ST 4Drive which promises versatility in its class and boasts of features like permanent all-wheel drive with electronic control, two TDI engines generating 77 kW/ 105 PS and 110 kW/ 150 PS and efficiency with average fuel consumption being 4.5 per 100 km. The all-wheel drive is combined with two TDI engines along with a six-speed manual transmission. More elements include the standard-fit start/stop system and the braking energy regeneration. Acceleration time for 0-100 km/h is 8.7 seconds. Top speed stands at 187 km/h. According to Jurgen Stackmann, President of SEAT S.A, ‘with its new all-wheel drive, the Leon ST 4Drive proves that expressive design, thrilling sporting character and exceptional everyday usability do not have to be mutually exclusive. The 4Drive will build on the success of the new Leon family. With its dynamic look, impressively high level of functionality and state-of-the-art technology, the Leon ST 4Drive defines the new standard among estate cars – and at a very fair price.’

Designwise, the ST is a brilliant example of craftsmanship and material. The load capacity of the car is 587 litres and can be increased up to a maximum of 1470 litres if the rear seat gets folded. Additional features are a four wheel EDS dynamic control system, an extended electronic differential lock for better traction while cornering. Features like a multi collision braking system, ACC adaptive cruise control with city emergency brake function, drowsiness detection and the Heading Control lane-keeping assistant come in the indigenous safety features. Technology includes the Easy Connect operating system, a 5.8 inch touch screen, Media System Touch, air conditioning, power windows and wing mirrors. The FR line displays the sporty character in its front and rear design, 17 inch alloy wheels and suspension. Fine sound of the Media System Touch Color is effectively delivered through eight speakers.


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