Which car offers smoother ride - SEAT Leon X-Perience or SEAT Ateca (both 4WD)?

In your opinion, between SEAT Leon X-Perience and SEAT Ateca (both 4WD), which one has a more composed ride?

Asked on 15 January 2017 by Dimitris Tsopouridis

Answered by Honest John
The X-Perience is 4WD only and fully independent suspension only. The Ateca comes with a variety of drivetrains and the 2WDs have inferior twist beam rear suspension. All on the same MQB subframes. Ride depends on the size of the wheels and the profile of the tyres. Bigger the wheels and lower profile of the tyres, worse ride.
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