Renault added today a new version in its Megane line-up. It will join the current Hatchback, Coupé, Grand Scénic and Scénic and will go on sale at the end of this month.

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The new Megane Estate is being offered with a choice of eight diesel engines and six petrol ones. Diesel line-up includes: 1.5 dCi with: 85, 90, 105 and 110 hp; dCi 130 engine that develops 130 hp, 2.0 dCi with 150 and 160 hp. Petrol line-up includes: TCe 130 with 1,8 liters and 130 hp, 1.6 16V with 100 and 110 hp, 2.0 16V 140 hp CVT and TCe 180. All the engines are mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

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The new model features sporty, elegant lines, a longer wheelbase that ensure plenty of carrying capacity, low-profile windows, chrome longitudinal roofbars.

It also benefits from lots of the latest technologies: two fully-integrated, joystick-operated, centre console-mounted navigation systems: Carminat TomTom and Carminat Bluetooth DVD, a digital speedometer, Hands-free entry, 3D Sound by Arkamys.

Full details in the press release after the jump.

Press release

New Renault Mégane Estate is the fifth model in the New Mégane family to be launched after the Hatchback, Coupé, Grand Scénic and Scénic versions. Due for release at the end of this month, New Renault Mégane Estate not only features elegant, dynamic styling but is also extremely practical, with plenty of carrying capacity. It is manufactured at Renault’s Palencia plant on the same lines as the Hatchback and Coupé versions and consequently benefits from all the production-related improvements that have been introduced at the Spanish plant.

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  • Taut lines, a plunging roofline (I suggest removing ‘plunging roofline’ as it sounds as though there is restricted load room and a steeply-raked rear screen.
    • Curved rear light clusters ensure a distinctive lighting signature, both at night-time and in daylight.



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  • An extended wheelbase (2,702mm, an increase of 62mm over New Mégane Hatchback) provides additional rear kneeroom of 218mm (+61mm compared with New Mégane Hatchback), which puts New Mégane Estate among the best in its segment.
    • Front elbow room (1475mm) ranks among the segment’s best.


  • Generous boot space, extending from a minimum of 524dm3 (an increase of 119dm3 over New Mégane Hatchback) to 1,600dm3 (+466dm3 compared with New Mégane Hatchback).
    • Maximum load length: 2,550mm.
    • Specific stowage compartment for the baggage cover.



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    - A choice of two navigation systems: the integrated Carminat TomTom® system for less than €500, and the high-end Carminat Bluetooth DVD® system. - Unprecedented equipment for the compact estate segment (hands-free entry and ignition with central locking function as the card-carrier walks away from the car, electronic hand brake).



    • Precise, responsive handling thanks to a new ’horned’ subframe and an extensively revised electric power steering system.


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  • The New Mégane Estate range includes a choice of eight diesel powerplants which illustrate the ongoing optimization work carried out by Renault in a bid to offer customers the
    market’s best balance between performance and running costs. Dual-clutch transmission (DCT) is due to join the range coupled to the dCi 110 DPF powerplant at the beginning of 2010.
    • Six petrol engines, including the new TCe 130, as well as the 2.0 16V 140 which drives through a CVT continuously variable transmission.
    • reduced servicing costs thanks to service intervals extended to every two years or 30,000km (compared with every year or 30,000km previously).



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  • Following in the footsteps of New Mégane Hatchback, which achieved the maximum EuroNCAP crash test score of 37 points from 37 at the end of 2008, New Renault Mégane Estate has benefited fully from the ongoing progress achieved by Renault not only in the field of safety, but also in quality and respect for the environment.

    - Eight versions of New Renault Mégane Estate qualify for the Renault eco² signature (dCi 85, dCi 90 DPF, dCi 105, dCi 110 DPF, dCi 130, dCi 130 DPF, 1.6 110 Bioethanol).

  • New Renault Mégane Estate is 95 per cent end-of-life recoverable by weight, while 11 per cent of the plastic it contains are sourced from recycling.


    A long list of interior and exterior customization accessories, as well as a range of practical items associated with estate cars (tow bars, stowage solutions, etc.).

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    Elegant, dynamic styling

    The launch of New Renault Mégane Estate rounds off the Mégane family. Its new, dynamic, distinctive looks are the result of the far-reaching look at styling which was taken at the very beginning of the programme. New Mégane Estate’s sporty lines contrast with the conventional ’utility vehicle’ approach which has all too often been applied to the majority of estate cars in this segment. It makes no concessions, however, regarding either its load-carrying ability or modularity which continue to be key considerations for purchasers of this type of vehicle. New Mégane Estate’s longer wheelbase compared with that of New Mégane Hatchback (+62mm) ensures a pleasing, balanced styling package which is reinforced by its fluid, uncluttered, dynamic character line which runs along the flanks to the rear lights.

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    The combination of the roofline, low-profile windows and rake of the rear screen suggest forward movement and exude an unmistakable sense of elegance. The chrome longitudinal roofbars add a further touch of character. The elegance of the side-view carries over to the design of rear end. The Renault logo is highlighted by an indentation at the base of the rear screen, while the curved forms of the two-part rear lights (with one part on the tailgate) ensure an extremely distinctive rear-end signature. New Mégane Estate’s bold wheel arches and generous, rounded forms express a prevailing impression of power and robustness.


    New Renault Mégane Estate is 4.56 metres long and comfortably accommodates up to five adults with luggage. The driver and front passenger benefit from headroom of 890mm (with seat angle at 14 degrees) and elbowroom of 1,475mm, figures which count among the best in the compact estate segment. Careful attention has been paid to ensure that the driving environment is as driver-friendly as possible. Drivers of all builds will have no trouble finding the ideal seating position thanks to the numerous adjustment possibilities offered by the lumbar-adjustable, reclining driver’s seat (segmentleading cushion-height adjustment of 70mm, fore/aft travel of 240mm and fore/aft headrest adjustment).

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    The steering wheel is also height- and reach-adjustable (through 5.1 degrees and 45mm respectively), while the pedal spacing has been made more comfortable. The brake pedal is 30mm wider and the gap with the accelerator pedal has been extended by 10mm to enable the driver’s foot to switch more confidently and more swiftly to the middle pedal when braking. Rear passengers benefit directly from the 62mm-increase in wheelbase compared with Mégane Hatchback which provides 218mm of kneeroom (61mm more than Mégane Hatchback), putting the newcomer among the best in its segment.


    New Renault Mégane Estate has one of the biggest boots of its segment. Its volume extends from 524dm3 (including 38dm3 underneath the floor) to almost 1,600dm3 as a function of the needs of the moment. The modular seat layout enables loads of up to 2,550mm in length to be carried.

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    Compared with Mégane II Estate, access to the boot has been improved thanks to a boot sill height of 561mm, which is among the lowest of the segment.

    In addition to being easier to access, New Mégane Estate’s large boot is practical, too, and can be divided into two compartments thanks to a semi-rigid wall which lifts and locks into place in an instant. This creates a handy compartment just inside the boot where small items can be carried. Underneath, two additional stowage spaces totalling five litres enable items such as the warning triangle and safety vest to be kept.

    A further 33dm3 of stowage space has been freed up underneath the boot floor in the space where the spare wheel would normally be found. Indeed, New Renault Mégane Estate comes with a tyre repair kit as standard, although a spare wheel can be ordered as an option at the same time as the vehicle (depending on market).

    To meet the wide-ranging needs of its customers, New Renault Mégane Estate’s interior is particularly modular:

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    • the 60/40-split folding rear seat enables owners to increase carrying capacity in a single movement. A support is automatically deployed underneath the folded seat to provide a flat, slightlysloped surface across which it is possible to slide a package without being hindered by the folded rear seatback,
    • the forward-folding front seatback combines with the above arrangement to permit loads of up to 2,550mm in length to be carried,
    • the boot converts into an estate arrangement with a flat floor and a carrying capacity of 1,516dm3 by simply folding the cushion and seatback of the 60/40-split rear seat forward. (Does K95 have the ‘Super-fold’ system as fitted to Laguna estate?
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    New Renault Mégane Estate comes with a removable baggage cover which can be stored in a bespoke compartment behind the folded rear seatback when carrying bulky loads. Occupants benefit from 25 litres of stowage space around the cabin, including a nine-litre gearbox, a 5.6-litre cubby in the centre console stowage unit, front and rear door bins, underfloor compartments at the front and map pockets on the backs of the front seats.


    Useful, affordable technology

    New Renault Mégane Estate is packed with a raft of technological features which are unprecedented in the compact estate segment:

    A choice of two fully-integrated, joystick-operated, centre console-mounted navigation systems: Carminat TomTom® and Carminat Bluetooth® DVD.

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    The brand new integrated Carminat TomTom® navigation system costs less than €500 and was first seen on Phase II Clio and Grand Scénic. Developed in association with the leading portable satnav specialist TomTom, Carminat TomTom® provides all the functions expected of a navigation system, including precise, detailed maps displayed on a large 5.8- inch screen, traffic information, alternative routes, speed restrictions, a long list of points of interest, speed camera locations (depending on country), and a wide range of customizable features. The SD card makes it easy for owners to update their Carminat TomTom® system by downloading the latest navigation data onto their computer from a bespoke website. Carminat Bluetooth® DVD is a high-end integrated dashboard-mounted navigation system incorporating a seven-inch screen, central navigation controls, a high-end 140W audio system complete with six-CD multi-changer (MP3/wma-compatible), and voice recognition for both its navigation and Bluetooth® telephone functions.

    The central display of the innovative dashboard features an analogue rev-counter alongside a digital speedometer which is not only clear and easy to take in but which gives drivers greater visual control over their vehicle’s speed. The central display employs an unprecedented colour-coded interface for the cruise control/speed limiter functions.

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    Electronic hand brake: this function automatically applies the parking brake when the engine is switched off, and releases it again when the driver presses on the accelerator pedal and releases the clutch after the engine has been re-started.

    • Hands-free entry and ignition with a central locking function as the card-holder walks away from the car.
    • The 3D Sound by Arkamys® audio system delivers superior sound quality by taking into account the specific properties and materials of the cabin, as well as the number of occupants in the car and where they are seated.


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    The dynamic performance of New Renault Mégane Estate lives up every bit to its looks thanks to its precise, responsive and reassuringly predictable handling.

    Its suspension shares its DNA with the rest of the New Mégane family:
    the front suspension is based on a McPherson-type arrangement coupled with a new ’horned’ subframe which has been engineered to deliver impeccable directional precision by
    restricting lateral movement of the subframe in relation to the body structure.

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    the rear suspension is based on a programmed deflection flexible beam. This layout uses a closed-section beam which is lighter than a multi-arm solution but which also offers stiffer torsional performance.

    The stiffness of the front anti roll-bar has been uprated by six per cent in order to achieve the same anti roll performance as New Mégane Hatchback, despite the estate version’s heavier weight. Meanwhile, the choice of springs calibrated at 21mm/100DaN at the front (the same as New Mégane Hatchback) and 22mm/100DaN at the rear (an increase of 10 per cent over New Mégane Hatchback) and work on damping have improved vertical suspension performance and reduced body roll, thereby enhancing New Renault Mégane Estate’s ability to corner ’flat’. Its specific roll angle of 0.42°/ms -² is identical to that of New Mégane Hatchback (Mégane II Estate: 0.48°/ms -²).

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    New Renault Mégane Estate has profited from the same improvements to driving precision as those introduced on New Mégane Hatchback:

    • greater directional stability: the front ’horned’-subframe is three times more rigid than that of Mégane II Estate,
    • directional precision and rear ride comfort have been improved by separating the filtering and transverse rigidity functions thanks to the use of bi-material bushes,
    • evolutions to the electric power steering system: swifter response and greater precision (inductive torque sensor, broader dynamic servo motor bandwidth, increased steering control unit sampling frequency) plus a more natural feel at the wheel (power steering calibration).

    For greater performance and efficiency, three wheel sizes are available depending on engine:


    • 15-inch wheels (tyre size: 195/65),
    • 16-inch wheels (tyre size: 205/55),
    • 17-inch wheels (tyre sizes: 205/50 and 225/45).
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    Engine line-up

    The New Renault Mégane Estate range features an extensive line-up of engines and transmissions adapted to the needs of modern motorists in terms of the performance/fuel consumption/emissions/running costs package they deliver.

    The dCi engine range

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    The eight powertrain combinations available for New Mégane Estate are a perfect illustration of the ongoing improvements Renault has introduced to ensure its customers benefit from the market’s best possible package in terms of performance, fuel consumption and costs. B30 biodiesel-fuelled diesel engines are available in certain markets.

    The 1.5 dCi available in a choice of four power outputs

    It goes without saying that New Renault Mégane Estate is available with the 1.5-litre diesel engine which has been so widely acclaimed for its fuel efficiency and driving pleasure. This 1,461cc block is available in four power outputs, with or without particulate filter, namely the dCi 85 and the dCi 90 DPF (both mated to a five-speed manual gearbox) and the dCi 105 and dCi 110 DPF (which drive through a six-speed manual box).

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    A dual clutch transmission (DCT) will be released for the dCi 110 DPF at the beginning of 2010. In addition to their responsive performance, all these powerplants stand out through their low CO2 emissions which qualify them for the Renault eco2 signature:

    • dCi 90 DPF: 116g/km
    • dCi 85: 118g/km
    • dCi 105: 120g/km
    • dCi 110 DPF: 126g/km

    The regeneration of the particulate filter is unobtrusive for the driver thanks to the inclusion of an additional injector in the exhaust line. These four engines are particularly fuel-efficient and return combined-cycle fuel consumption of between 4.4 and 4.8 litres/100km, permitting an average journey range of 1,200km with New Mégane Estate’s 60-litre fuel tank.

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    The dCi 130 engine

    The dCi 130 engine is coupled to a six-speed manual gearbox and is also available either with or without a particulate filter. This 1,870cc block delivers peak power of 130hp (96kW) at 3,750rpm and a maximum torque of 300Nm at 1,750rpm.

    Several major evolutions have led to performance improvements:

    • enhanced efficiency of the variable geometry turbocharger thanks to the use of curved blades which ensure quicker availability of power,
    • the seven-hole injectors (instead of six previously) optimize combustion thanks to a finer,more efficient fuel spray which leads to enhanced performance, lower fuel consumption and fewer polluting emissions,
    • new, ultra-fast spark plugs for quick starting from cold,
    • a fifth injector incorporated upstream of the particulate filter ensures that the combustion regeneration of the DPF is unobtrusive for the driver.
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    For greater acceleration response, torque is now available over a broader rev-band, while work on the engine mounts has contributed to improved acoustic performance. The sum of these improvements enables the dCi 130 to deliver outstanding driving pleasure, while still returning particularly thrifty combined-cycle fuel consumption of 5.1 litres/100km. The dCi 130 is the only engine of its class to claim CO2 emissions of less than 140g/km (134 and 135g/km respectively for the dCi 130 and dCi 130 DPF), making it eligible for the fiscal incentive schemes introduced in certain countries.

    Two power outputs for the 2.0 dCi

    The line-up of diesel powerplants is rounded off by the 2.0-litre block which is available in two versions: the dCi 150 DPF with six-speed automatic transmission and the dCi 160 DPF with sixspeed manual gearbox.

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    The 2.0 dCi is the highest-performance four-cylinder diesel engine of the Mégane range in terms of both power output and torque. Thanks to its variable geometry turbocharger and optimized internal aerodynamics, it is extremely responsive, with peak torque of 360 and 380Nm available from 2,000rpm for the dCi 150 and dCi 160 versions respectively.

    Both engines also rev freely and smoothly all the way up to 5,000rpm.

    The 2.0 dCi boasts top-level acoustic performance thanks to extensive work in several areas:

    • two counter-rotating balance shafts combat the vibrations inherent in four-cylinder engines,
    • the twin mass damping flywheel filters acyclic movements of the engine,
    • acoustic comfort is enhanced by the use of a timing chain,
    • the bottom-end has been engineered to optimize the absorption of vibrations and features an aluminium bedplate, a long cast-iron crankcase skirt and a special ’sandwich’ design for the oil sump and timing cover,
    • foam-filled common-rail housing to protect it from the vibrations produced by the engine’s topend.
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    In addition to its performance credentials and low noise, the 2.0 dCi is also fuel efficient and claims combined-cycle fuel consumption of either 5.9 litres/100km (dCi 160 with six-speed manual box) or 6.6 litres/100km (dCi 150 with six-speed automatic transmission).

    The petrol engine range

    The line-up of six petrol powertrains includes the new TCe 130 engine (Turbo Control Efficiency).

    The new TCe 130 engine

    Developed within the framework of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, the TCe 130 stands out as an eloquent illustration of the expertise Renault has acquired in the field of turbocharging with a view to producing a range of engines which are fuel-efficient, responsive and affordable. This 1,397cc powerplant packs the power of a 1.8-litre engine (130hp/96kW) and the torque of a 2.0 (190Nm), yet returns combined-cycle fuel consumption of 6.5 litres/100km.

    This degree of performance has been achieved thanks notably to:

    • work on internal aerodynamics to favour the creation of a tumble effect as the fuel arrives inside the combustion chamber,
    • continuously variable cam timing which ensures the reassuring availability of power across a broad rev-band,
    • weight savings, including the use of an aluminium block, for lower fuel consumption.
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    The sum of this work enables drivers to benefit from punchy performance and crisp, smooth acceleration, even from very low engine speeds.

    This engine is quiet, too, thanks particularly to the twin mass damping flywheel which counters the transmission of engine-generated vibrations. The TCe 130 drives through a six-speed manual gearbox.

    A choice of power outputs for the 1.6 16V engine

    New Mégane Estate can also be ordered with the 1.6-litre petrol engine which is available in a choice of power outputs: 100hp with a manual five-speed gearbox, or 110hp with a six-speed manual box. Depending on market, an E85 Bioethanol version of this engine can be ordered (with six-speed gearbox).

    In addition to the remarkable driving enjoyment they deliver, these two powerplants boast punch and flexibility at low revs, sprightly performance at higher engine speeds and cushioned acoustics across the full rev-band.

    The 2.0 16V 140hp CVT

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    The normally-aspirated 2.0 16V engine claims peak power of 140hp (103kW) at 6,000rpm and maximum torque of 195Nm at 3,750rpm. It drives through the Renault-Nissan Alliance-developed CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) which provides a smooth, stepless ride. Thanks to the work of the Alliance’s engineers, Renault’s CVT figures among the very best in its class in terms of seamless acceleration performance.

    The TCe 180

    The TCe 180 is a new evolution of the 1,998cc turbocharged petrol block and delivers outstanding driving pleasure. With 300Nm of torque available at 2,250rpm, it is extremely responsive and allows remarkable pickup from low revs thanks to the combination of its twin-scroll turbo and continuously variable camshaft angle at the intake port which optimizes air flow into the combustion chamber and enables the turbine to spin up to speed more quickly. The turbo consequently responds to the slightest touch of the accelerator pedal from as low as 1,200rpm. This engine drives through a six-speed manual gearbox.

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    Safety, quality and respect for the environment

    Like all the other models which feature in the New Mégane family, New Renault Mégane Estate has been designed to deliver exemplary passive and active safety performance. Renault has long placed the emphasis on developing the most effective technologies possible when it comes to preventing accidents, taking corrective measures and protecting occupants. This approach is founded on the results of research into real-life accidents and real-world safety (LAB1) with a view to promoting solutions that answer real traffic situations.

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    Accident prevention

    A comprehensive list of equipment is proposed to help drivers anticipate risk situations:

    • seatbelt reminders for all five seats,
    • tyre pressure monitoring system,
    • bi-Xenon headlights with cornering lights,
    • automatic headlight activation,
    • automatic windscreen-wiper activation,
    • cruise control with speed limiter.


    Corrective action

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    New Renault Mégane Estate is equipped with the following driver aids: ABS with electronic brakeforce distribution, emergency brake assist and ESC with understeer control.
    New Renault Mégane Estate’s braking performance figures among the best of its class thanks to its 280mm-diameter ventilated front discs and 260mm-diameter rear discs. This set-up enables New Renault Mégane Estate to pull up from 100kph to standstill after repeated braking in just 39 metres, which is one of the best performances of its segment. The TCe 180-, dCi 150- and dCi 160-engined versions come with larger front discs (296mm) for even better stopping power.

    Occupant protection

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    When it comes to passive safety, New Renault Mégane Estate is equipped with all the systems that enabled New Mégane Hatchback to achieve a maximum EuroNCAP crash-test score of 37 points from 372 :

    • the programmed crumple structure absorbs impact energy, - the third-generation Renault System for Restraint and Protection incorporates anti-submarining functions, double pretensioners, load limiters and adaptive airbags;
    • twin side-impact sensors with dual-chamber thorax/groin/abdomen airbags as first seen on Laguna III and now available across the full Mégane range,
    • three-point Isofix child seat anchorage for the outer rear seats,
    •  the fixation rods of the new-generation headrests slide within the headrest itself and no longer within the upper part of the seatback, thereby providing greater protection of the cervical vertebrae in case of rear impact.
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    New Renault Mégane Estate boasts outstanding fit-and-finish, body panel joint line and material quality.

    New Renault Mégane Estate uses the same lazer-welding technique for brazing the roof to the body sides as that employed for all New Mégane models. This process does away with the need for roof trimming, while at the same time enhancing robustness and build quality.

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    Special attention was paid to the two-part rear light clusters which optimize access to the boot; their crescent-like form and the Renault lozenge pattern call for particularly precise adjustment. Inside the car, the accent is on quality and durable materials which are pleasant to the touch. Particular care was taken in the choice of trim details and fabric patterns.

    The finish of the boot is also of a very high standard thanks to the uncluttered form of the rectangular tailgate opening and the thick, carefully-adjusted boot mat.


    Extensive work on minimizing weight, carefully-honed aerodynamics and a range of low fuel consumption or biofuel-compatible engines enable New Mégane Estate to showcase Renault’s expertise when it comes to protecting the environment.

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    The Renault eco2 signature is Renault’s way of underlining the commitment it has made to reduce the ecological impact of its vehicles across their full lifecycle. To qualify, vehicles must comply with three criteria:

    • CO2 emissions less than 140g/km, or biofuel-compatibility,
    • production in an ISO 14001-certified plant, a testimony to a factory’s determination to reduce its ecological footprint,
    • cars must be 95 per cent end-of-life recoverable by weight, with at least five per cent of the plastics they contain to be sourced from recycling.

    In addition to being built at Renault’s ISO 14001-certified plant in Palencia, Spain, New Renault Mégane Estate is 95 per cent end-of-life recoverable by weight, and 11 per cent of the plastics it contains – equivalent to an average 22kg – are sourced from recycling.

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    Seven versions of New Renault Mégane Estate (dCi 85, dCi 90 DPF, dCi 105, dCi 110 DPF, dCi 130, dCi 130 DPF and 1.6 110hp Bioethanol) comply with the three criteria required to qualify for the Renault eco2 signature.

    An LPG version likely to qualify for tax incentives in certain countries will be released at the end of 2009.

    Meanwhile, ongoing optimization improvements to the performance of the dCi 110 engine will see its CO2 emissions cut to 120g/km by the end of the year.

    Although New Mégane Estate is bigger than its predecessor, and despite its more extensive equipment list, careful attention has gone into keeping its weight to a minimum, as well as into optimizing its aerodynamics. The result is fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures which count among the lowest in New Mégane Estate’s class, without detracting from either driving pleasure or performance.

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    Given that fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are also influenced by the way we drive, a gearshift indicator has been introduced on all versions of New Renault Mégane Estate when powered either by a petrol engine or by a diesel engine equipped with a particulate filter. A light on the dashboard indicates the ideal moment to shift gear with a view to enabling drivers to adopt an ’eco’ driving-style and make the most use of their engine’s potential.

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