We have an image of a SEAT Leon FR front bumper which details the changes coming to the Leon family.
At first glance it may be difficult to spot the differences of the mid-life refresh that will be coming soon to the Leon family but we have cracked it.
The biggest change is that the fog lights are much slimmer than the current models and appear as though they will use LED technology.
The mesh on the upper grille has also been redesigned to have a larger honeycomb pattern & is similar to the Ateca design.
The mid-life bumper is also curved more than present which suggests to us that the face-lifted SEAT Leon will have a new hood.
The SEAT Leon FR is a trim level that you can have with several engine options ranging from 125 brake horse power to 184 brake horse power. The biggest difference between the FR and other Leon models is its lowered suspension.
Its not surprising that SEAT are only making minor changes to the Leon as they focus on the development on their first ever SUV, the Ateca, due to arrive in our showroom this Autumn.
The Leon is the most popular SEAT car on the roads, being available in 3 body types, 4 suspension systems, 4 wheel drive availability and not forgetting the CUPRA 290 performance model.
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