Read it and still don't know if the VZ2 (300) has a spare wheel ,as on the wheel page it says it doesn't but on options page it says standard.
Thanks for that, I noticed if you used the online configure your Cupra it has the spare as standard, so you have confirmed that. the wheels shown on my config where black and silver, and looked ok. Does your car have the Cupra and Start buttons on the steering wheel, as that is not metioned anywhere.I can't comment on the VZ2 but I've just got my VZ3 300 and it came with a space saver spare wheel.
Current UK spec only has the buttons on the ST sadlyThanks for that, I noticed if you used the online configure your Cupra it has the spare as standard, so you have confirmed that. the wheels shown on my config where black and silver, and looked ok. Does your car have the Cupra and Start buttons on the steering wheel, as that is not metioned anywhere.
I've just recieved my VZ3 300. I was really considering whether I was going to get one because of the wheels etc but I ended up getting what I think is a really good deal. @Syphon I ended up having to have the aerodynamic ones. I have spent the last few months searching for different wheels that I could replace them with and had a few options lined up. However, I think they are a lot nicer in person than in the photos and I will probably keep them, at least for the moment. I think I'd rather have the copper or silver "performance" wheels still though.
Thanks! To be honest I didn’t order as such. I went to see the only car I could find around at the dealership and signed for that exact one they had on display. A week later it was mine. The dealer did say it’ll be at least 6 months until they get another in as a demo because of parts/ backlog issues at the factories.Nice pics. When did you order?
Looking great from the rear, not seen any on the road yet. How does it compare to the GTI?Hi All - just taken delivery of my VZ3 300 in Desire red. Thought I would pop by and say hello.
Had it for a few days now after parting with my Golf 7.5 GTI performance.
So far, very impressed. Bar a few iffy interior plastics and an infotainment unit that's slightly infuriating. I'll try and get some more pics up soon and proper thoughts.
What I would say is if you are on the fence about ordering one, just do it.
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Nice mate…. Congratulations on the car.Hi all, I've added my name to the list above, namely a Cupra Leon VZ2 e-Hybrid 245 which was delivered yesterday.
Like a lot of people, my working life changed dramatically overnight in March 2020 and my pride and joy, M140i LC2, has spent most of that time sitting in the garage doing very little. When I did take it out of the garage it was to visit the local village shops or nearest town about 6 miles away which wasn't very fuel-efficient and I only got to take spirited drives every now and again.
When it came towards the end of the contract I could have kept it but I've decided to cash in on the positive equity in the car and opt for a change. It seemed a shame keep it, now it's out warranty, to spend 90% of its life popping to the shops and the petrol stations so tomorrow will be a sad day when it departs.
However, I decided to go for the Leon e-Hybrid for several reasons; in no small part the great lease deal I got it for and the fact that I can achieve 90% of my journeys in electric mode with the ICE there to compliment it for the occasional longer journey.
It's a great step forward in terms of driver features and technology in the car so the last 24 hours have been spent setting up my account, activating Cupra Connect and so on. I do have one question, however - Internet Radio... Despite activating everything, performing a system update, having access to the store and other 'internet related' features whenever I switch the music source to Internet Radio it just sits on "Loading".. Is this common? Maybe sitting on my driveway between two houses isn't the best place to test this feature?!?
Anyway, I hope to contribute and if anyone has any e-Hybrid related questions I'll do what I can to help.