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The SEAT Leon would usually be the Spanish chorizo stuck between two thick slices of Czech Octavia and German Golf. Squeezed on one side by Skoda’s reputation for value and on the other by Volkswagen’s unshakeable image. For a while now that’s left the Leon in a bit of a no man’s land. Not as desirable as the Golf but more expensive than the Octavia, it started to suffer in the showrooms. Mind-Altering...
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