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An alternative theory states that the name in French was rouet de rats (or a spinning wheel of rats, the knotted tails being wheel spokes), with the term transforming over time into roi des rats,[1] because formerly French oi was pronounced [we] or similar; nowadays it is pronounced [wa].




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The E24 B10 comes with 261 hp, 5-speed manual transmission, Alpina suspension, Alpina 178.5 & 179.5 rims, Alpina 3 spoke leather steering wheel and Alpina black leather shift knob, Alpina anthracite cloth with blue/green Alpina striped interior, Recaro sport seats, rear headrests, Alpina front and rear spoilers, Alpina digital gages, Alpina instruments-all German and km, Alpina long range 110 liter gas tank, Alpina silver dekoset, euro head lamps wipers, Tri-Flow SS exhaust, headers, sunroof, A/C, custom stereo.


It even seems that SEAT has forgotten about it somewhat, given the attention lavished on its Cupra brand and the SUV launched off the back of it. Despite the promise of this Leon Cupra R ST featuring '100 per cent Cupra DNA', the tacking on of some copper accents looks a little half baked - officially the car is in transition, as this was originally a SEAT and the next fast Leon will be a Cupra. Fortunately, the ST is gifted such a handsome profile that the copper may actually work as a styling enhancement. The impression of slightly rushed job isn't helped, however, by the spec: to all intents and purposes this is a Cupra 300 4Drive, with the same power, seven-speed DSG gearbox and all-wheel drive system. It also means that the Cupra R hatch was front-wheel drive and manual only, while the Cupra R estate is all-wheel drive and auto-only - which doesn't exactly help with the mixed messages. It also makes it seem like something of a missed opportunity, given the Cupra R's exciting tweaks as a hatchback and the promising foundations in front-wheel drive format.


Still, this is the car we have, and let's not lose sight of the fact it's always been really rather good. Unoriginal observation though it remains, this car shares an awful lot - if not everything - with the VW Golf R Estate, a car that has received five-star reviews in some places and has been warmly received on PH as well. Don't forget, either, that while this ST is heavier than a front-wheel drive version, it's still the best part of 100kg less than a Cupra Ateca. Which is also pretty damn good.


Moreover, the Leon remains a good thing to drive. Criticisms were made of this 4Drive at launch for feeling a bit inert after the slightly rabid front-wheel drive cars; now, however, with the Cup 2 tyre and some extra negative camber, this R ST feels a more incisive, direct and rewarding car to guide down a road, closed to the public or otherwise. There's a sense of connection through the Alcantara wheel that eludes the lesser Cupras, further bolstering the confidence that's resulted from a sharper turn in. The brakes, too, are improved, benefitting from the Brembo calipers and larger discs of the Performance Pack models - maybe still a bit snatchy, but boasting both extra progression and performance from standard. The suspension work is decent as well, albeit on smooth Spanish tarmac, the dampers' resolve less frequently tested than in the heavier, slightly more ponderous Ateca. It's very good in fact, in much the same way as a Golf would be, lacking the ultimate plushness and quality of something like a Civic Type R yet delivering the sort of impressive, unflustered body control we've come to expect from this MQB family of hot hatches. Bring elements of this quality all together and the result is a car that feels dynamic, accurate and satisfying, if not the absolute last word in fun and frolics.


Here's an idea, then. The main advantage of the R is arguably the Cup 2 tyre that can be bought separately - so if a front-wheel drive, manual Cupra ST of any description can be tracked down (they're rare, but they do exist) then you'll have a car with the quality and ability of this one - traction notwithstanding - that weighs 100kg less. And we all know the benefits that that can bring. Given cars like that are around for less than 20k, that leaves a lot of money for modifications similar to this effort and would likely result in the properly engaging and ever so slightly naughty Leon which has not quite been delivered here. That doesn't mean that the R wagon isn't the most appealing fast estate for the money - it probably is - it just means that it isn't the most appealing Leon available full stop. And that's SEAT's fault. Let's hope Cupra does better when its turn finally comes.


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