Hi ive got the mk3. Am i the only one that thinks, that the wheels look so small and they should be way wider to make the car look mich nicer?
Any news on a 2020 model? I like the new looks of the Leon, but i only need a small car - So i was wondering, if it would make sense to wait for an update?
Hi! I have a 2017 Seat Ibiza. I've seen on internet a video where an "off-road" mode is activated. Is there any way to activate it? My car doesn't haves it.
Video -> https://youtu.be/r4ghkGM3aGY
I purchase my first brand new car in 2010 and was a SEAT Ibiza, that great car service me for almost 10 years but last year I had a car accident where my son, wife and I left without any major injuries (thank god and engineers), for that reason and because we confirm that the Ibiza was correctly designed to absorb impacts we look forward for some way to purchase another SEAT, this time a SUV model even if our local SEAT dealer was no longer in town (they left the town around 5 years ago) so I order this SUV via our local VW dealer instead, so far so good I'm impressed with the gas milage of the 1.4TSI, do you have some recommendations I'm not sure if it's worth to purchase the extended warranty, I need to decide if I want the warranty before the first service
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Do you think the new Seat Léon will have a Head Up Display?
Hello, I have a 2016 Seat Leon FR tech with very old map. I tried updating it via the manufacturers website but no luck. I don’t want to pay £130 because I feel ripped off.
Is my car able to update via internet or do I have to pay Seat. I feel like I’m doing something wrong here.
The version information is below:
6P0919866H 0635 ECE1 2016/17 Shield: SHIELD 2016-03 (build 020)
If anyone can help me, I will be very thankful
Leon Xcellent Lux
Having owned many cars, many makes, can say have never enjoyed a car more.
Impressive features, great to drive and very well equipped.
Actually, just get one no matter what. I was sceptical at first too, but it's so worth it. They're cheap and easy to install and you'll wonder why you waited so long to have a clean butt.
And because manufacturing toilet paper uses so much water, it actually uses less water to have a bidet instead.
Anyone help me out . Read a few different post online about the timing belt /drive chain /cam belt.
Anyone know which my car has .
First of all say that I know the least of the motor world, that's why I come to you. I bought a Seat Leon II 2.0 140CV BKD Sport Up a couple of months ago, and I would like to put it on. With "put it on" I mean to improve it little by little. Where do you recommend me to start? Admission, brakes ..? Thanks in advance
Another of my doubts is about damping. The fact is that I have to change it and I want to put the same one that comes as standard. The fact is that I am sure that by asking the mechanics the suspension that comes as standard they put some compatible say. Anyone know how to tell me what is the suspension that brings the Leon II Sport Up?
Or can you commend me a good one?
I’ve had an all-day trip with two flights, one being 8h and other 10h with 1h40m overlay. I was planned to land at 6:20 AM and had a job interview at my workplace at 9 AM so I really needed to get at least some sleep. First flight was kind of horrid and I managed to get barely any sleep, and I was kind of dreading the 2nd one already, but I get there and it’s just me and an older man with an empty middle seat in between. I’m quite tall so this worked perfectly as I could spread my legs and fall asleep nicely. However, flight attendant comes up to me and asks me if I would be open to giving up my seat so brother and sister can sit together (she said they’re young, don’t know how old). I asked where I’d be moving and she said “Miss, just follow me, I’ll show you everything”. So I thought for a second and realized that wherever she puts me it will be a worse deal than what I have now, and if it was any other situation, I would totally give my seat up, but I REALLY needed to get some rest,... keep reading on reddit ➡
Does anybody have any experience in updating the media system in a Ibiza? I can't find any manual for the new Media system.
I was told to share this here:
I was working at the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular (or Epic, as it was known to the cast members) and we had already closed the theater for the start of a show. (When the theater gets to maxed capacity, we legally can't put more people in there because of fire code, etc...)
This woman barrels up to me, gets within 6" of my face, and waves her paper FastPass ticket in my face. She DEMANDED to be allowed into the show, and screams that her child, a little boy no more than 6 years old, NEEDS to see this show, or his day is RUINED. She was screaming so loud veins were popping out of the front of her head. I stood there, calm and collected, explaining to her t... keep reading on reddit ➡
So yeah, I had an Ibiza years ago and loved it, only had it as a work car though so sadly didn't last.
I've gone through various cars through work but looking to find something I like for myself now.
I did briefly consider a GT86 but it's more of a sports car than anything, also considered a BMW 1 series/Mazda 3, but the BMW you don't really get a lot of it like CarPlay unless you pay through the nose. The Mazda, no complaints from me, but still the same, Seat seems better value for money.
A friend of mine has the 2018 1.4 FR TSI version I believe, and I love the look of it, the specs - CarPlay, LED lights etc. It's why I was also maybe considering a Mazda 3.
Is the 2.0 diesel model any good? I've always loved diesel cars, and while I want to go petrol because everyone is... yeah.
This happened a few days ago on a 3 hour ride (in my country that is an extremely long ride).
A bit of background: I have Aspergers along with some other mental illnesses including paranoia, which can lead to panic attacks. One of my main triggers is people being behind me for a long time (I feel like I'm being watched). So if I know I have a long ride coming, I always buy the ticket a week in advance to pick my own seat at the very back, next to the window. I feel safe there since nobody is behind me and I can look outside so I don't feel trapped.
So now to the story.
EM- entitled mom,
EK - entitled kid,
NB - nice boyfriend (a guy around 20),
NG - nice girlfriend (a girl around 20 as well)
ME - take a wild guess
I was sitting in my seat (the last row has 4 seats so I'll be referring to seats as 1,2,3,4 starting from the left), I was in seat 4, setting up my headphones and being on my phone. I had entered the bus first, so people were still entering the bus.
(The conversa... keep reading on reddit ➡
I was flying from Detroit to Greensboro this afternoon and I was lucky enough to get an exit row when I asked the concierge at the desk. It really makes planes more bearable as I am 6'11" and have leg issues from collegiate sports.
I got on and when most people were boarding, this mom asked me if her 14 year old girl could have my exit row seat because she gets nauseated on planes. I was very confused about how that even works but she asked nicely so I just politely declined. She wasn't happy about it but she didn't really make a scene.
Now 15 minutes into the flight this girl starts yakking all over the place (on her mom's laptop, the seat in front, the aisle, literally everywhere). I've literally never seen so much vomit in my life and the plane just REEKED for the rest of it. By the end of the plane, it had caked into the carpet and was pooling under her chair.
I asked if everything was alright and the mom went off saying this was an entirely avoidable situation if I had of ju... keep reading on reddit ➡
The announced attendance of 16,588 on Wednesday, the Knicks' smallest at home since December 2006, means about 1 in every 6 seats at Madison Square Garden was unsold.
Honestly, it's a testament to the team and to the market that they even sell as many seats as they do. At least 16.6k fans every night since 2006 is impressive.
I'm so sick of seeing all these people moaning about boys/men who leave the toilet seat up. Get over it for fuck sake, it's not hard to put the thing down.
What makes you so important that everyone has to make sure the toilet is ready for your use at all times?
Get a grip of yourselves, gets bit of toilet paper if you're worried about germs, and just put the fucking seat down, gravity does all the work for you anyway!
My husband and I have two children: 13f and 9m. We recently took a 3 hour flight to go on holiday. Since we don't fly very often, the kids were keen to get window seats so we reserved them in advance. The day before we left, my daughter was prescribed antibiotics for a UTI. When we checked in, I asked if we could change reservations so that she had an isle seat (closer access to the toilet), but the plane was fully booked. I offered to swap seats with her for now, and said we would ask the person in the isle seat when they arrived if they would be willing to swap.
When we boarded the plane the seat set up was like this (window on the left, isle on the right):
9m | husband | old man (OM)
me | 13f | old woman (OW)
When OW arrived, I asked if she would be willing to switch since my daughter was unwell. I would have happily given her the choice of my window seat, or the middle seat, whichever she preferred. She responded quite angrily that she had paid for this seat and that if we want... keep reading on reddit ➡
So, yesterday we were going out for drinks and my GF invited her friend to come along with us. I hadn't met this friend before but I'd heard tons of stories about her when they worked together a year ago. We hop in the car and swing by her place to pick her up.
Going to let folks know I have a car that's lowered and I have to be very careful around bumps if I have too much stuff in the car. One time I had bought some weights off craigslist and dumb me put it all on the driver side passenger of my car and I was scraped the ground a few times while I was driving. I had to get out and distribute the weights evenly across the car then things were good enough to get home. I brought it in to a shop the next day and my alignment was seriously jacked up after those hits.
So, boom. Back to picking up my GF's friend. She is a very plus sized girl and she came out making me have flashbacks to the weights and I got worried. I didn't want to make it a big deal or bring it up at all but when she s... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a very dear friend with multiple health issues. One of those issues is very painful arthritis in her knees and hands. She has a really hard time standing for long periods and trouble holding things too tightly or for too long. Now her disability isn't super visible, but she was issued a priority seating card for the busses in our city.
One day, were on our way home from the grocery store and we get on the bus. At the time, it was a little busy but the priority seats in the front were empty, so we sat down. A few stops later, a mother gets on with her 2 kids and a stroller. Her stroller is empty and the toddlers are walking beside her, so she ends up taking up 6 seats s instead of 3 or 4. I get up to let the smallest kid sit down, but my friend stays put. The priority seats across from us arent full, but she rams her stroller into my friend and stares.
My friend asks her why she did that and the mother says she needs to move so she can put her stroller there. My friend pulled o... keep reading on reddit ➡
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This happens in Latin America, where schools don't give useful tools to pick a career, and most students just pick a major they have some affinity with and hope for the best. The most expensive colleges costs around $3000-$8000 the semester, so the US costs and the concept of student loans doesn't exist here.
I'm a psychologist and freelance as a vocational guide for students about to go to college. As far as I know I am the only person in the whole city that provides this service. Some schools offer seminars to get into college but nobody helps to know where and what to study, and, if I may be so bold, I'm good at it.
I'm concise and thorough. I interview parents, analyze all the student's grades since gradeschool, calculate the family's college budget, apply 3 different personality and aptitude tests, explore life plan beyond college, ambitions outside of work, possible workplaces in the country and outside of it, salary ranges, bes... keep reading on reddit ➡
I believe this goes here. It turned really long I sincerely apologize. TLDR at the bottom.
So I have a son who is currently 2.5 years old but we’ve been traveling by plane since he was 6 months old due to our living an 18 hour drive from my family (parents, younger sibling, grandparents, etc.) In the US, you generally don’t need to buy a plane ticket for a child under 2 years old - you can buy a seat, like if you want to bring your baby in their carrier or just want to use a car seat - but they can also be considered a lap child and sit in your lap for free.
When my son was about 1.5 years old, we were flying back to my hometown to go visit my family. We were flying on an airline named the opposite of Northeast. On this airline, an adult with a child under 6 years old (iirc) gets to board right after the A1-10ish boarding numbers and before the A11-60 or whatever it is. Which was helpful for me to get me some extra time to find a seat and settle with my kid.
Now, he was under 2... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi guys, I am looking at picking up a Seat Leon 1.6 TDI 2016 model. I have came across one I really like used with 51,134 miles / 82,292 kilometers.
Would you consider this high miles for a 2016 diesel with 1 owner and if so what should I be looking out for when viewing? (Timing belt changed, service intervals etc) Also ball park has anyone any experience of the life expectancy of the Leons? I have owned a number of Golfs so hoping the reliability is similar coming from the same family. Thanks in advance!
I'm abit confused, how many Leon models are there for example?
Seat Leon FR
Seat Leon Cupra
Leon Cupra R
Are they all going to continue existing in 2020 or are they going to cancel "Seat Leon" model?
And what's the difference between a seat leon cupra and the copper cupra?