Seat has added a new FR+ derivative to its Leon range to offer greater value for the 61 registration plate.
And it is extending the normal FR badging to a broader engine range in the Leon line-up, to offer sporty styling to smaller powered cars.
The FR trim represented one in four Leon sales last year.
The new Leon FR+ is a step up from the ‘standard’ FR trim in terms of both performance and equipment. It’s available to order now with SEAT’s powerful 2.0 TSI 211 PS and 2.0 TDI CR 170 PS engines.
The Leon FR+ takes the FR trim and adds 18-inch ‘Ibera’ alloy wheels; the SEAT Media System 2.2, which includes satellite-navigation with five-inch colour touchscreen and dynamic route guidance, DAB radio, Bluetooth audio streaming and SD card slot; Bluetooth phone connection; Bi-xenon headlights with AFS (Adaptive Front-lighting System) and front parking sensors.
Although the retail cost of this extra equipment when specified separately is £2,465, the price of the new Leon FR+ is up by £1,070.