The third-generation of the Seat Leon is lighter and more economical than the car it replaces.
The five-door hatchback is based on the Volkswagen Group’s new MBQ platform. This means it also shares engines and equipment with other models in the group.
In fact, the new Leon shares 55% of its components with the new VW Golf and Audi A3.
As we do with all our rolling road remaps, we ran the car for a health check before writing the custom ecu remap file. The car was then run again to record the final bhp and torque figure.
The owner of 105bhp Seat Leon had never had a car remapped before and didn’t think that he would feel the difference. Well that was until he went out for the test drive 😀
BIG smiles on his return 😜