fresh Renault Megane Sport Tourer Confirmed along with Priced…
The Renault Megane has long been offered not only in standard hatchback however also estate form, or Sport Tourer as Renault names the idea. This specific latest iteration of the vehicle is usually no different along with as you can see by the images above the idea is usually quite a handsome car to behold, with some aggressive strakes at the front along with better resolved angles at the rear.
Practicality is usually obviously a mainstay with estates along with This specific car is usually no different – a strong class contender here offering 521 litres of boot space. A whopping 1,504 litres of space is usually offered with the rear seats folded. Renault has always been strong on safety along with This specific car is usually no different, having already been awarded a 5 star Euro NCAP rating.
There are 25 versions to choose by in total, so there should be a Sport Tourer to suit most budgets. Trim level names haven’t been altered since the previous edition, with Expression+, Dynamique, Dynamique S along with Signature, as well as GT Line along with GT all provide a comprehensive specification as standard.
At launch there is usually a choice of four engines on offer – two Energy TCe turbocharged petrol options with capacities along with power outputs of 1.2-litre/130hp (manual along with EDC) along with 1.6-litre/205hp (GT only – EDC). The turbodiesel alternatives are a 1.5-litre dCi 110 unit, with manual or EDC transmission, or a 1.6-litre dCi 130 engine.
A six-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) automatic gearbox is usually available with the dCi 110 engine while a seven-speed EDC automatic gearbox is usually available with the TCe 130 engine. The seven-speed EDC automatic gearbox is usually standard with the TCe 205 engine for GT. The dCi 110 EDC automatic provides emissions as low as 98 g/km of CO2, compared to 96 g/km of CO2 for the manual type. The TCe 130 EDC automatic offers 122 g/km of CO2 – just two grams more than its manual counterpart, while the TCe 205 engine for the GT’s CO2 emissions are 134 g/km.
The Megane Sport Tourer is usually available with fuel economy of up to 76.4mpg (NEDC Combined), with CO2emissions as low as 96g/km. This specific is usually thanks to the sleek shape along with low weight of the vehicle, weighing by 1,340kg (TCe 130 versions); the engine’s Stop&Start system, which is usually standard on all manual versions; the availability of a dual-clutch EDC transmission; an economical driving mode which optimises the engine’s performance when cruising; the Renault Driving eco2 feature to help owners adopt a more economical driving style along with standard brake energy recovery.
In 2017, two further engine options will be available. The Hybrid Assist is usually a 1.5-litre dCi unit with electric assistance. The GT offering will be enhanced with the arrival of a dCi 165 1.6-litre twin-turbo unit.
All versions are covered by Renault’s four year warranty. the vehicle is usually protected for four years or 100,000 miles (first two years have no mileage limit). There is usually also a three-year paint warranty along with 12 years’ cover against corrosion. Renault servicing packages are available by £299 for along with is usually required once a year or every 18,000 miles
The all fresh Renault Megane Sport Tourer is usually available to order by today, priced by £18,550 on-the-road. Orders will be taken by dealers by the 1st December 2016.
by Mr Butterscotch via Car Articles