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Anybody drive a Seat Leon (mk2)


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More specifically, the Mk2 (2005 onwards) 2.0tdi?


Looking at getting one, the 130odd bhp version ... just wondering what your thoughts on it are, how does it drive etc.


Seems quite a nice / cheapish car and insurance isn't too bad considering! (well, the first quote is alright, the rest are double the price :lol:)

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I've only taken the new one for a spin so I can't comment on the older ones....


The new ones are great, i drove the FR (211bhp) and the Cupra R (265bhp) and they were bloody good to drive. I've heard they can be quite expensive to repair if anything goes wrong but I can't comment on that as I've never owned one....

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Chris if you have any Questions about your leon ask away......



..... Im Admin on Leon Owners Club and TDISport which is a Diesel Owners forum



So i think i can aswer most questions you might have :lol: Ive got a FR TDI (Originally 170bhp) running 235bhp now

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slow reply here..


as ive said before the PD140 is a cracking engine, Hybrid Turbo's are sooooo last year... :lol: :lol: :lol:


Most of us are now fitting Garret GTB Turbo's, The GTB2260VK is a good turbo that can hit 300bhp.


A company called Darkside Developments sell bolt on kits for the 1.9 and 2.0 PD Engines

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I think he's sold it! might be wrong :lol:

can you make my 160,000 mile, 90PS,

Peugeot 206 HDI go any faster? :lol:

You'd have to try hard to make it any slower! :lol:

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I got a full time job, no mortgage or kids... Girlfriend isn't too much, only got £200 rent to pay...


What the hell do you earn? Whats yr job?

 

I think he perhaps make sexy-money from bang-bang-bang in another man anus. Pepsi max! I like porno. High five!


Chenkuye ...


http://30yearoldneurotic.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/borat.jpg

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Olllddd lol you are right it has been sold after a year or of use! :)


Lovely car, then got a pug 206 which i stripped out haha then a Clio cup 172!


I likes to change cars because I get bored.


No sexy sexy money making business here, I'm afraid ;).

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im bored with mine now, i either spend 2k on a GTB Turbo kit for it and make 280-300bhp plus 400lb.ft+


or trade it in for a Cupra R 265, Spend £500 on a decent stage 1 map and make 300bhp easily



Just think i will miss the torque

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im bored with mine now, i either spend 2k on a GTB Turbo kit for it and make 280-300bhp plus 400lb.ft+


or trade it in for a Cupra R 265, Spend £500 on a decent stage 1 map and make 300bhp easily



Just think i will miss the torque

 

sell the car get a fast bike job done :mrgreen:

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slow reply here..


as ive said before the PD140 is a cracking engine, Hybrid Turbo's are sooooo last year... :lol: :lol: :lol:


Most of us are now fitting Garret GTB Turbo's, The GTB2260VK is a good turbo that can hit 300bhp.


A company called Darkside Developments sell bolt on kits for the 1.9 and 2.0 PD Engines

 

14 months


prize for the biggest understatement goes to...... :lol:

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