Renault Megane in Weston-super-Mare
Upgrade to the new Renault Megane. The new Megane isn’t just a refresh of the old model; it’s completely new, and it’s better than ever. 4CONTROL (4 wheel-steering technology) comes as standard on GT Nav models, and interior refinement has been taken to another level. Inside, the fit and finish is exemplary, backing up the handsome and sculpted exterior which has LED daytime running lights as standard. It’s the driving experience that’ll win you over though, with the Megane offering a sporty, fun drive whilst being grown-up and refined, with the levels of comfort usually reserved for the class above.
The all-new Renault Megane is elegance in motion. The handsome, sculpted bodywork wraps around the car, which has a low centre of gravity for a sporty appearance. Inside, the elegance continues, with plush materials and an outstanding fit and finish.
You have a choice of ENERGY TCe petrol and dCi diesel engines, which are punchy and efficient. GT Nav models come as standard with 4CONTROL (4 wheel-steering technology), and you can spec your Megane with a manual or automatic gearbox.
The Renault Megane is an outstanding family car. The 384-litre boot will swallow the monthly shop with ease, and the spacious cabin can comfortably transport five people. And, to make longer journeys easier, all Megane models come with cruise control.
Living with it
The new Megane is affordable to run. Choose the dCi 110 engine, and you could return up to 76.4mpg combined. The TCe 130 is just as impressive, returning up to 52.3mpg combined. Those low running costs make every trip worthwhile.
Renault Megane Interior
New Renault Megane Reviews
It rides nicely and feels well put together, while its engines are generally powerful and will prove cheap to run Carbuyer
The Megane is keenly priced and has plenty of equipment as standard. The diesel versions are particularly frugal and efficient What Car?
The Megane is a fine effort from Renault and snaps at the heels of VW Golf. Face lifted for 2014, the Megane is better than ever Top Gear