Our Cars: SEAT Leon X-Perience 2.0 TDI DSG

It's the end of the road for Dan and his SEAT Leon X-Perience. Will it be a happy or sad parting of ways?
Volkswagen emissions scandal has been stealing the headlines, but will it affect Dan's SEAT Leon?
With winter fast approaching, Dan discovers the benefits of a family estate with the added capability of four-wheel drive.
With as much as 1470 litres of bootspace on offer, the Leon X-Perience has proven to be a useful addition to the Powell household.
After two weeks of airport runs, Dan has grown to dislike the Leon's hesitate navigation system.
After more than 3000 miles, the SEAT Leon has decided to stick to 46.4mpg. Nothing more, nothing less.
Dan tests the Leon's soft roading credentials and discovers that muddy roads can leave a nasty mark.
Its interior might be a boring shade of brown, but the Leon X-Perience shines brightly when it comes to providing comfort for four.
Keeping the windscreen clear in the Leon is proving to be a pain, with the wipers and washers being ineffective against summer grime.
They say you shouldn’t take your work on holiday. That clearly doesn’t apply to Dan, because he’s taken the Leon X-Perience on his hols.
The SEAT Leon X-Perience is giving Dan all sorts of fun, but sadly bodyroll isn't one of them.
Bitten by the all-wheel drive bug, Dan has traded in his Audi TT for a another 4x4. This time an estate - the SEAT Leon X-Perience.

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