2018 Seat Leon Cupra 300 Reviews
2018 Seat Leon Cupra 300 – After his power was gradually increased from 265 to 290 HP, equals the Leon Cupra now the mythical 300 HP from the Golf R. The break version ST has even right on four wheel drive.
2018 Seat Leon Cupra 300 Overview
Volkswagen will use the best Golf facelift version – the Golf R – get some more powerful. But as far as it is not yet, and until then the Seat can afford to turn the power to the Leon Cupra to lift at the same level as his German nephew. That makes his 2.0 TSI 10 horsepower stronger than the version with 290 HP, who not so long ago the at launch in 2014 proposed variants with 265 HP and 280 HP. More important than the sheer ability, however, is the leap that the maximum torque. That notes with 30 Nm to 380 Nm, available between 1,800 and 5,500 o/m.
All that violence seeks his way through a controlled Haldex-differential lock that was acquired by the Golf GTI Performance. Only ST DSG 4Drive should without, since who chooses to excess engine torque direction rear stays. In that configuration gets the Leon Cupra access to the cars that in less than 5 seconds – 4.9 to be exact – can Sprint to 100 km/h. Only he performs similarly to the less to be envied the group of sporting cars more than 40,000 euro (40,500 euro) cost.
2018 Seat Leon Cupra 300 Prices
Even though you must still settle for a time of 5.8 seconds for that same spurt exercise, yet the Leon SC with a manual gearbox and front wheel drive a financially more interesting choice, given his price of 35,350 euro. The-door model, augmenting the rate is hardly more (35,700 euros). In the course of his career saw the Leon Cupra are base price so rising of 31,170 euro (265 HP) to 34,100 euro (290 HP and Haldex-sper), to now over 35,000 euro. Who enjoy the potential of his 2018 Seat Leon Cupra 300 wants to enjoy, could spend 3,200 euro extra Performance-pack, that four-piston calipers with Brembo and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2-tires
2018 Seat Leon Cupra 300 Pros and Cons
- Ratio price-equipment-performance
- Still explosive motor
- Efficient differential lock
- Can pull better (with front wheel drive)
- Gradual rise in price
- ‘ Brave ‘ driving dynamics