The month of July sees the introduction of a simplified range for Laguna plus an extensive list of equipment upgrades. Attention has focused on the best-selling versions and all the inherent strengths of the range continue to feature, from useful technology to driving pleasure, comfort and safety. As is the case with the rest of the Renault range, the trim levels have been broken down into Authentique, Expression, Dynamique, Initiale and GT versions, while the Carminat and PrivilÃ¨ge Carminat versions take on flagship status. The choice of engine options has been revised, including the 1.9 dCi unit with particulate filter which now boasts 5 additional horsepower that take it to 130hp. A leader in terms of performance and driveability, the 2.0 dCi ensures undeniable driving pleasure at the wheel of Laguna and continues to stand out as the benchmark in its segment. Price changes have been kept to a minimum and order books are already open for sales in September 2006.
Under the Renault Commitment 2009, New Laguna - developed with the most stringent quality requirements – is committed to ranking in the top 3 in its segment in terms of product and service quality. As of today, New Laguna reveals some of the elements reflecting the work carried out in terms of perceived quality, with particular attention paid to the quality of materials used and the standard of fit and finish in the cabin. Elegant lines and performance levels place New Laguna (...)
The latest luxury sports model from Nissan, the Altima will be wearing a Renault badge when it hits UK dealerships. The Frech firm is planning a coupe version on the new Laguna, and from the 26 new Renault models that will debut between now and 2009, the Laguna Coupe will borrow underpinnings from the Altima, thanks to Renault’s alliance with Nissan. Unlike the US-model, the Altima has a front-engined, front-wheel-drive configuration, rather than a rear-drive layout. That means a Laguna (...)