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The SEAT Leon what? The X-Perience, with a capital ‘X’ to help emphasise its all-wheel drive ruggedness. What’s the thinking behind it? Since SEAT had already created a pretty capable estate version of the Leon, adding some chunky plastic mouldings to the bodywork and an all-wheel drive system Volkswagen had lying around meant that the Spanish firm could produce a ‘new’ model with little in the way of R&D costs. What makes it different to a standard Leon estate?