With the FIFA World Cup under way in Brazil, Renault is kicking off with its first special edition for this summer. Packed with a host of extras, including panoramic sunroof and extra tinted windows and tailgate, a new ‘Limited’ version is now available to order across the Mégane and Scénic ranges.
The new versions score on a number of fronts, with around £1,000 worth of extra equipment, for half the price, when compared to the already well-equipped Dynamique TomTom varieties on which they are based.
The stylish numbers also come as standard with rear parking sensors, special ‘LIMITED’ upholstery, badging and kickplates, and electrically operated and folding door mirrors in gloss black.
Limited is available on the recently refreshed Mégane range of Hatch, Sport Tourer and Coupé models, and Scénic range, apart from XMOD. They come with a choice of three petrol and two diesel engines, 1.6 VVT 110, 1.2 ENERGY TCe 115 and ENERGY TCe 130 (Scenic only), or the dCi 110 and ENERGY 1.6 dCi 130.
The Limited special editions are priced £500 above their Dynamique TomTom equivalents, however, customers receive twice that in extras. Prices for Mégane start at £18,250 on the road, with Scénic from £19,865. Ordering is open now, with first deliveries in September.
On top of an alluring core kit list, several options also feature, including 17-inch ‘Pragma’ alloy wheels for £310 and R-Link (Scenic £200, £300 on Megane with upgraded Western European mapping).
A host of customer offers coinciding with the launch also help make this one of Renault’s hottest and most accessible summer deals. Full details of which are available on www.renault.co.uk.
Making the offers even more enticing is the availability of the French brand’s 4+ after sales care package, worth at least £1,000. The award-winning package offers impressive peace of mind with a four year/100,000 miles warranty and roadside assistance.
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