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SEAT Leon 5F Body Kit from Lenzdesign Gets the Job Done

The Mk3 SEAT Leon has been around since late 2012 and in that time there's only been one noteworthy body kit, the one from JE Design. But since the hatchback recently celebrated a million units sold, we decided to check what else is there and we weren't disappointed when we found the package put together by Lenzdesign.
SEAT Leon 5F Body Kit from Lenzdesign Gets the Job Done 28 photos
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This is a company from Haifa, Israel and we recently talked about their work with the new Ibiza, which everybody else seems to ignore. The package for the Leon is the same, but the larger of two hatchbacks was always the better looking.

The body kit reportedly works with every Leon from 2013, though we are greeted with a black post-facelift 5-door hatchback with the FR package. Depending on the wheelbase of the model, you may have to adjust the side skirts though.

At the front, the Lenzdesign kit gives you a massive chin spoiler with aero elements that go up the bumper and fake but admittedly cool air stabilizers. The rear features a new diffuser and a wing added to the trunk spoiler.

You can have the front spoiler for $264 (€236) or the whole package for around $550 (€495). As far as body kits go, that's pretty cheap, but then you've bought a Leon instead of a Golf, so you're probably on a budget anyway. They're already primed, but you'll have to pay extra if you want them painted gloss black, which you don't since very few Leons are ordered in black.

SEAT is currently busy working on the 4th Leon generation, which could debut at the end of 2019. It will undoubtedly feel like a more modern, premium car, but could also lose some of its dynamic edges. One good example of this is the 245 horsepower engine expected for the Cupra, which could mean the regular models stop way short of the 200 HP mark.

 
 
 
 
 

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