It seems that the Laguna is not the only Coupe coming from Renault; a Mega
ne Coupe version is also in the work and will be launched in 2009. Sales will begin in late 2009 at a price of £16,500.
Renault today unveiled the Mega
ne E85, the first Renault bioethanol (E85) cars on the European market. The new model is available on both hatchback or estate versions powered by a 1.6 16v engines. Prices start at €18,550 for Mégane Hatch and €19,150 for Mégane Sport Tourer, just €200 more than for the standard 1.6 16v versions.
Mégane Renault Sport: geared to everyday driving pleasure
The Mégane Renault Sport is the sporting version of the Mégane II programme. It offers both a strong temperament and remarkable ease of use in everyday operation. Its innovative front suspension, a double axis strut system featuring an independent steering axis ensures precision of steering and handling. Together with its 6-speed manual gearbox, its 225bhp 2.0 Turbo engine provides excellent response from the lowest speeds. Offered in 3-door and 5-door form, this sporting version carries over all the comfort and safety features of Mégane II, whose hatchback version was voted “Car of the Year 2003”. The Mégane Renault Sport is built in the Dieppe factory, which is dedicated to manufacture of the brand’s sporting cars.
The launch of Mégane Renault Sport dCi sees Renault complete its range of sporting cars with the addition of a high-performance diesel. Aimed at drivers who relish everyday driving, the Renault Sport Technologies-developed Mégane Renault Sport dCi will also appeal to those who appreciate reasonable running costs. Its 2.0-litre common rail 127kW (175hp) diesel powerplant boasts generous maximum torque of 360Nm available from 2,000rpm and across an operational power band similar to that of a (...) > Full story
Dynamic looks for the limited edition Mégane L’Equipe
Renault has joined forces with the French daily sports newspaper L’Equipe to produce a limited edition of the sport saloon, coupe and sport tourer versions of Mégane. Particular attention has been paid to the looks of Mégane L’Equipe which features specific upholstery, 16-inch aluminium alloy wheels, foglamps, leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear lever knob and a radio-CD with MP3 playback. The new limited edition car can be ordered (...) > Full story
This spring, Renault is poised to launch a Mégane powered by an E85 bioethanolfuelled 1.6 16V 110hp engine, the brand’s first bioethanol vehicle in Europe. Derived from existing powerplants in the range, such bioethanol engines require specific development to permit them to run on different types of fuel (petrol or E85 ethanol).
The principal differences concern the fuel system as a whole and the injection system (injectors, sparkplugs, ECU), as well as the pistons, valves and valve seats. (...) > Full story
Renault announces the Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet Exception special series, a stylish yet sportslike model with distinguished features such as two-tone leather upholstery, satin chrome roof arch and 17" aluminium wheels. On top of the rich equipment list of the Dynamique trim version, it adds an anti-turbulence net screen and rear parking assistance as standard fittings
The nights have drawn in and there is a distinct chill in the air, but at least Renault can add a hint of summer to winter motoring this year with the launch of its revised 2007 Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet range. In fact, with no price increases, even more generous equipment levels on every model and a new Dynamique S special edition, Renault’s best-selling drop-top bursts into 2007 looking and feeling fresher than ever.
Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet – best-selling medium-sized coupé-convertible (...) > Full story
Having firmly established its Renaultsport models as some of the finest hot hatches around, Renault has now applied some of their unique performance and styling DNA to its Mégane hatchback models with the launch of a new GT range, to fit between the regular and Renaultsport versions.
Its three latest concept cars may have been the stars of the show at Paris in terms of giving a glimpse of Renault’s future model line-up, but that didn’t mean that the French marque had neglected its current range. On the contrary, it chose the occasion to take the wraps off of its most potent and driver-focused Mégane yet - Mégane Renaultsport 230 F1 Team R26.