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A Seat Leon review. Which one’s this? This is in the Seat Leon ST Cupra 300 4Drive, to give it its full and unnecessarily long name. You’ll know that ‘Cupra’ means it’s the fast one, and possibly that ST means it’s the Estate. If we told you it was a replacement for the Cupra 290, which had a nice, round, 290 horsepower, you could probably guess what the 300 means, too. Then you’ve got 4Drive, which, predictably, means there’s all-wheel drive on board. Pedants might tack DSG onto that for the double-clutch automatic gearbox.