Seat experience

Seat Ireland has announced that the new 4WD Leon X-PERIENCE will arrive in Ireland in early 2015. It also confirmed pricing and specification

 

 

The Leon X-PERIENCE is a lifestyle estate which comes with permanent four-wheel drive and has a starting price of €32,495.

With 4WD and extra ground clearance, the Leon X-PERIENCE is said to be suitable for the harshest of weather conditions. Similar to the Leon ST, it is equipped with 587-litres of luggage space retaining all of the space and practicality of the ST.

The X-PERIENCE however has a more robust look with protection mouldings on the door sills and wheel arches in addition to aluminium touches for the rear bumper and lower front spoiler. Also included in this comprehensive offering is integrated fog lamps and twin chrome tailpipes, together with substantial air intakes at the front.

In addition to 4WD and extra ground clearance, the X-PERIENCE also offers all-road suspension, intelligent EDS dynamic control and an extended electronic differential lock (XDS) for better traction when cornering.

The X-PERIENCE comes with a choice of two models initially, the 2.0-litre TDI 150bhp 4WD which costs 32,495 and the 2.0-litre TDI 184bhp 4WD DSG for €35,495.

The line-up is set to expand in the latter half of 2015 with a 1.6-litre TDI two-wheel drive version which is expected to come in at under €30,000.


Lifestyle

I am dating a lovely guy. However, he seems really awkward about being naked in front of me.Sex File: Boyfriend keeps his T-shirt on during sex

To instantly power up your look, veer towards the hard shoulder.Bold shoulder: How to instantly power up your look

Plums are a wonderful autumn fruit, useful for all sorts of recipes both sweet and savoury. In Ireland we are blessed with wonderfully sweet plums.Currabinny Cooks: Juicy plums work for both sweet and savoury dishes

The rise of home skincare devices doesn't mean that salons and clinics no longer serve a purpose.The Skin Nerd: Don’t try this at home — new treatments in the salon

More From The Irish Examiner