Renault megane review




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  • Difficult though it is to believe, the Renault Mégane is now more than 20 years old and its nameplate actually predates the Ford Focus. Somewhat less.

    Read the definitive Renault Megane review from the expert What Car? team. Check specs, prices, performance and compare with similar.

    "A new look and impressive infotainment system help the latest Renault Megane stand out from rivals in the popular family hatchback class".

    Renault megane review

    Renault megane review

    Arriving alongside the new Megane wagon in June , the sedan is expected to play second fiddle to both the wagon and hatch versions: Families of four to five will find the deep litre boot a bonus, although they may be a little disappointed by the shortage of rear-seat legroom which is not atypical for Meganes. The Intens sedan feels quicker than that, especially once up and running. When is it available in Australia?

    Renault megane review

    Renault megane review

    Renault megane review

    Renault megane review

    Renault megane review

    Renault Megane: Review, Specification, Price | CarAdvice

    How much will it cost? The Megane sedan comes in just two levels: The base Zen and the top-spec Intens reviewed here. Autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and blind-spot monitoring figure in standard equipment.

    Self-parking capability and LED headlights are standard on the Intens too. The Intens sedan feels quicker than that, especially once up and running. The ride is well controlled in a Euro sort of way — although the sedan is a tad noisy on coarse-mix bitumen — and the steering is quick and light without feeling too detached. When is it available in Australia? Arriving alongside the new Megane wagon in June , the sedan is expected to play second fiddle to both the wagon and hatch versions: Renault says the latter will outsell the sedan at a ratio of two-to-one.

    Renault megane review

    Who will it appeal to? If you want to step a little bit out of the mainstream, the Intens-spec Megane sedan offers an appealing edginess and a marked upgrade in interior quality presentation over much of its competition.

    It looks upmarket, no question. Families of four to five will find the deep litre boot a bonus, although they may be a little disappointed by the shortage of rear-seat legroom which is not atypical for Meganes. In contradiction is the good headroom and the ease of entry and exit through the wide door opening.

    Renault megane review

    If you want to tow, you can heft a braked trailer weighing as much as kg behind. Where does it fit? Even the incomprehensibly struggling Ford Focus is way ahead with sales for compared to just for the Megane. Looking at the base facts, the Megane is right on the money as far as safety, utility, space, dynamics, quality and — dare we say — style, are concerned. Only the seven-year warranty offered by Kia beats it.

    So, what do we think? The lack of a bare-bones sedan will blunt the impact at entry-level but the pricier Intens at least offers the benefits of higher unit profits.

    Renault megane review

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