Hi, I've found a 2013 Leon SE with 2.0 TDI engine which I'm interested in buying. The car has less than 20K miles on it and looks to be in good condition. One thing that has slightly worried me while testing at the garage is that it failed to start on two separate occasions. You could hear the starter motor trying on each attempt but the engine didn't kick into life. After a retry it started again immediately with no problem and there didn't appear to be any sluggishness when driving it. The car had very little fuel in it (<30 miles left according to the computer). Could the low amount of fuel be the cause of this problem or does it look like there should be another explanation?