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Scenic range gets refreshed

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Renault have recently rationalised their range in the United Kingdom and have stopped selling some of their less than popular models in the country.  Instead, the French giant is now concentrating on their top selling models as well as preparing for the introduction of new electric vehicles and their cut price Dacia brand. 

In order to keep its line up looking fresh, the company, this month, begins selling the new versions of their popular Scenic and Grand Scenic vehicles, along with a new Twingo, which has been given something of a facelift.  A stylish new Megane is also set to arrive next month.  The new version of the popular Scenic compact MPV and seven-seater Grand Scenic now cost from £18,325 and £19,725 respectively.  Both models come with a sharper design that has new detailing in gloss black and chrome, fresh front styling, new rear lights and standard LED running lamps. 

The really important changes are the ones under the bonnet, however, with two new downsized diesel engines being available.  The first of these is a 1.5 dCi version of the firm's core diesel unit, which comes complete with stop-start technology.  It features low CO2 emissions of just 105g per kilometre as well as a claimed combined fuel consumption figure of 68 miles per gallon, which represents a saving of as much as 12% on the model that it is replacing. 

Trim grades have likewise been improved and revised, with retail customers being offered a 4+ programme that includes free routine servicing for 48,000 miles/4 years and a 100,000-mile Car Warranty.

RENAULT  01/03/2012 11:00:01

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