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JE Design Seat Leon


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The latest work from world renowned tuners JE Design is a facelift for the new 2009 Seat Leon model. Starting off, the tuning program offers a new front spoiler, matte black grille with grid insert, hood scoop, headlight covers, side skirts, rear wing, and rear bumper attachment with a carbon fiber look. Complimenting the exterior upgrades are JE Design multispoke rims that come available in several sizes measuring either 17, 18, or 19 inches and painted a shadow-silver and matte black combo. To improve the handling, the JE Design Seat Leon has an aftermarket sport spring kit that lowers the car by 35 mm in the front, and 15 mm in the rear. If you would like to slam it to the ground they also offer a coilover suspension kit that can lower the vehicle up to 65 mm, however riding that low may make it difficult for certain roads.

Underneath the Seat Leon by JE Design is a new performance exhaust system made of stainless steel with a quad pipe setup. The quad pipe setup is offered by JE Design for 899 euros, but there is a dual pipe system that is much cheaper at 339 euros. They also went with an interesting paint scheme for this model, painting the mirros, roof scoop, and outlining the body kit in a bright orange.

[Source: 4wheelsnews]

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1 thought on “JE Design Seat Leon”

  1. JE Design never ceases to impress me. I wasn’t interested in Seat Leon before but after seeing this, well, it definitely caught my attention now. This is simply interesting. I love it!

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