Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Renault Grand Scenic

Building on the success of Scenic I and Scenic II, and benefiting from its unrivalled expertise when it comes to user-friendly interiors, cabin space and travelling comfort, Renault is poised to renew the compact MPV segment’s standard-setting model with the launch of New Grand Scenic (with seven seats) and New Scenic (five seats).

New Scenic and New Grand Scenic both feature dynamic, distinctive styling, while their roomy interiors, stowage solutions and high-tech equipment are destined to set new standards in their category. The new TCe 130 engine, which will be available for New Scenic and New Grand Scenic this spring, is an eloquent showcase of the expertise Renault has acquired in the technique of downsizing. It is particularly fuel efficient and also respectful of the environment thanks to combined cycle fuel consumption of 39.8mpg, equivalent to CO2 emissions of less than 168g/km (New Scenic). This engine figures among the best in its class in terms of running and maintenance costs.

New Grand Scenic goes on sale in the UK in May followed in July by New Scenic.