JE Design, the well-known tuner, revealed today its latest tuning kit for the 2009 Seat Leon facelift. The new program includes a new front spoiler, which is available for around EUR299 including VAT as well as a matt black grill with a grid insert, priced around EUR119.
The new program made by JE Design for the 2009 Seat Leon facelift also includes headlights masks for around EUR89, a hood scoop with air inlet blinds for around EUR149, and side skirts for EUR299, as well as a rear wing EUR459. Also included in the program for the 2009 Seat Leon facelift by JE Design is a rear apron attachment in carbon look, as available for only EUR349.
The kit for the 2009 Seat Leon facelift is completed by the new JE Design Multispoke wheels that are available in different sizes – 17 inches , 18 inches and 19 inches -- in shadow-silver and matt black with a silver rim. The entire wheel set including 225/35 R 19 Y-wheels starts from a price of just EUR2,810.
Also, for better handling, JE Design has new sport springs that lower the Leon with up to 35 mm at the front and 15 mm at the back, as available for just EUR159. For those who want more for their 2009 Seat Leon facelift, there is a possibility to lower the hatchback further up to 65 mm with the help of a coilover kit, which is available at EUR979.
In addition, JE Design is offering a new exhaust system with a stainless steel centre double pipe, available for only EUR339. But the manufacturer also offers four stainless steel pipes -- two on the left and two on the right -- for an extra price of EUR899.
For customers wanting to match the new looks of their facelifted Seat Leon P1, JE Design has two options for them to choose from. First, JE Design is offering to install a stainless steel center double pipe on the car's exhaust system. This option will cost a customer around EUR339.
Second, JE Design is offering to fit onto the Seat Leon P1 four stainless steel pipes -- two on the left and two on the right—for EUR899. Both options come with matching rear apron attachment.
In this facelift project, JE Design managed to transform the typically low-profile2009 Seat Leon into a self-assured car. JE Design has already confirmed that once Seat launches the new Leon into the market, the entire refinement program would be available as well.