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Renault previously did not have a luxury model under its belt and the French automaker kept bustling its releases further up-market especially in its homestead. This hasn't produced an Initiale Paris variant of the brand new Megane. But the new Megane model has finally received its timely new flagship luxury trim called Renault Megane Akaju.
Megane Akaju is set to be the popular hatchback range's most luxurious trim level and is set to be displayed during the sale network's promotional week scheduled on June 15-19.
The most economical version bears a price tag of around €27,600 and rises to about €31,400. Choose the 3 alternative options previously mentioned and the price will increase to €33,000.Read the entire article Renault unveils Megane Akaju Limited Edition in France
Although specs for the new Renault Megane had already surfaced several weeks ago, we didn’t know that the company has cooked up something new. Aside from the 200hp gasoline, Renault‘s new Megane GT hatchback can now be had with a 165hp dCi twin turbo engine.
The new diesel will be mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and will also come with an adjustable 4Control steering technology. Renault described the four-wheel control to adapt to the rear wheels’ turn-in angle for better driving and handling. In addition, the spring and damper settings have been calibrated even further to suit the vehicle’s GT characteristics.
Among its new features are the gunmetal rear diffuser, honeycomb grille, newly designed air intakes, improved suspension and four wheel steering. There is also a sportier GT exterior package that comes with perforated leather wrapped steering wheel and dark charcoal sport seats with built-in headrests.Read the entire article 165 hp dCi diesel engine is now an option for the 2017 Renault Megane GT
Safety is a top priority for Renault's new Mégane small family car. That is why it was given a five-star rating from Euro NCAP. After all, it is underpinned by Renault's Common Module Family (CMF) platform that also underpins the Kadjar crossover.
This CMF platform employs high elastic limit steel for the spars and side rails as well as cross members located between the engine compartment and the cabin. To illustrate the strength of this limit steel, just a square millimeter could bear a load of 120 kg.
Moreover, this platform allows the integration of operative occupant restraint systems like dual-generator front airbags. These airbags – which deploy according to the type of impact as well as according to the position of the vehicle occupant – have allowed the new Mégane to receive high scores in terms of both adult and child protection.Read the entire article 2016 Renault Megane receives 5-star rating from Euro NCAP for its safety features
The Renaultsport-inspired GT recently launched is the flagship of the latest Megane range. The many features of the Renaultsport include the distinct trimmings of the interior and exterior, 4Control segment-first four-wheel steering, bespoke chassis settings, and the 205hp TCe engine paired with the dual-clutch seven-speed EDC transmission.
Its front bumper is designed to increase the level of its sportiness which goes well with the DNA of the Renaultsport. Complementing the front bumper is the special design of the grilles, both the upper part and lower part.
The car is made more aerodynamic by the wider air intake that is flanked with air scoops. As expected from a true Renault, it has a Dark Metal finish for the door mirror housings. Renaultsport also offers as an option the diamond-effect 18-inch GT-badged wheels.Read the entire article 2016 Renault Megane GT arrives with design inspired by Renaultsport
Renault is proud to announce the launch of its All-New Mégane. This model is stocked with many technological features typically found in high-end cars in addition to its high quality and dynamic look.
Because of the CMF modular architecture drawn from the Talisman and Espace, Renault is also able to offer features that were previously available only on more expensive cars. The comprehensive collection of technologies that make this car unique includes, among others, the Multi-Sense technology and 4Control, 8.7-inch portrait-style screen, head-up display, and TFT instrument display.
The color head-up display is retractable, a safety-enhancing feature since it lowers the time needed by the driver in looking away from the road in order to obtain necessary information like navigation instructions, driving aids, and speed.Read the entire article 2016 Renault Megane revealed at Frankfurt Motor Show
First launched back in 1995, the Renault Megane has been on the market for almost 20 years and continues to be quite a rival for its German competitors and other players on the market. Last week, we had the chance to test the 2014 Renault Megane Facelift, which was launched back in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, and we must admit that we were quite impressed with the car. We had the chance to drive this model last week in Spain, where we also visited the Palencia site, the place where Renault builds the Megane.
For those of you who do not know yet, the latest facelift includes a larger and more prominent Renault badge, a redesigned bumper and a new bonnet, but also new daytime running lights and redesigned headlights. Although these are the only made at the exterior, this is a sophisticated makeover, which boosts the image of the Megane.
A reversing camera helped us park the cars and avoid any obstacles found behind the vehicles. But this is not all, as the Megane comes with a reversing radar too, able to show the drivers how close they are to an obstacle via a sound alert.Read the entire article 2014 Renault Megane Review: A Facelift In Its True Meaning
Besides the news regarding the new C-segment SUV from Renault, we also found out something about the upcoming next-generation Megane a.k.a. Megane IV. During the same factory visit in Palencia, Spain, 4WheelsNews learned that the next-generation Renault Megane will arrive in the second half of 2015, which means we should see a concept car that previews the new model in October at the 2014 Paris Motor Show or possibly next year at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Palencia site produces a Renault Megane every 57 seconds and 87% of the cars build there are exported to other markets. The new Megane IV will also be built at the same factory as the current generation, by the 1,779 persons working there as well as by the 952 robots. For those who don’t know, back in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, Renault launched the 2014 Megane Facelift.
This model comes with a new design identity consisting of a front bumper, vent grilles as well as a new hood that features the enlarged Renault logo set against a gloss black background.Read the entire article Exclusive: Next-generation Renault Megane will arrive in the second half of 2015
Back in September, Renault unveiled the facelifted versions of the Megane Hatchback, Megane Coupe and Megane Estate. Today, the lineup is completed as Renault unveiled the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Facelift. Just like on the other models, the biggest change on the new Megane CC is the introduction of the Renault R-Link multimedia system, as an option or as standard equipment on certain versions.
The R-Link comes with a chrome-trimmed seven-inch (18cm) display which functions in association with a centre console-mounted joystick. Moreover, the Megane Coupe Cabriolet continues to feature the coupe segment’s biggest panoramic glass roof.
Regarding the design, the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Facelift comes with redesigned headlights with gloss black background, a new front bumper and a new hood. According to Renault, the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet will be built at company’s plant in France, alongside Renault Scenic, Grand Scenic and Scenic Xmod.Read the entire article Renault debuts the 2014 Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Facelift
Renault is introducing one of the latest members of its family of performance vehicles -- the sporty Megane GT. The new Megane GT provides dynamic driving experience due to the installation of the 2.0T Renault Sport 220 engine under its hood.
This engine allows the new Mégane GT and GT-Line to provide more excitement during daily driving, in addition to their new styling that reflects their sporting heritage and "GT Renault Sport" signature.
The Mégane GT and GT-Line share the same bumper panel with the larger Renault logo, they feature model-specific lower grille, white headlamp guides and black headlight surround.Read the entire article 2013 Frankfurt: Renault introduces Megane GT Facelift performance model
Renault has revealed a new look for its 2014 Megane range at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, endowing it with a new family look. The face-lifted Megane boasts of a new design identity, which is well expected to bestow the range with stronger attractive powers through a more dynamic look.
The new brand identity of the Renault Megane family -- hatchback, coupé and estate – now dons a new bumper, new vent grilles and a new hood that sports the enlarged Renault logo set against a gloss black background.
Boosting the dynamic look of the 2014 Megane family are new elliptical headlights and new daytime running lights that runs on the outer edges of the bumper. All members of the 2014 Megane family carry an identical front end, but Renault has made sure that each hatchback, coupé and estate model retains its own distinctive character.Read the entire article Frankfurt Motor Show: 2014 Renault Megane Facelift looks catchy [Live Photos]
Renault is launching its limited edition Mégane Knight this summer at a starting price of £17,095. The limited edition Mégane Knight could now be ordered until Autumn 2013. Available in Hatch, Coupé and Sport Tourer, the limited edition Mégane Knight is just £350 more expensive than the Mégane Expression+, despite being host to additional features like dark chrome wheels, GT style bumpers and dark chrome rear diffuser.
Additional features also include dark chrome exterior detail styling, electrically folding door mirrors and rear parking sensors.
Renault Mégane Knight limited edition is a personification of an outstanding combination of driving pleasure, best possible fuel consumption and technological innovations received from Renault’s expertise in F1.Read the entire article 2013 Renault Mégane Knight now available at £17,095 base price
Renault Mégane Collection 2012 line has been unveiled. The significant changes include some styling modifications. Three new engines have also been added. The range receives three new ‘Energy’ engines, which consist of one petrol and two diesels. All of them have stop-start and deceleration/braking energy-recovery systems.
The 1.6-litre 16v in the Mégane range will be replaced by the Renault Energy TCe 115 -- a 1.2-litre unit. In comparison with the current motor, the new one’s power is higher by 5bhp to 115bhp. Its peak torque is higher by 29lb ft to 140lb ft, with 90% coming from the 1650rpm. Renault claims that this engine has CO2 emissions of 119g/km and offers a fuel economy of 53mpg.
Of the two diesels, the first one is the Energy dCi 110, a modified version of the Mégane range’s top-selling 1.5-litre engine that offers 74mpg and 95g/km of CO2 emissions.Read the entire article Renault updates the Megane range for the 2012 model year
Renault has made a habit of launching limited edition models and offering them little by little to the market. Renault has been known to only provide a second batch when the few examples of a new limited edition sell out. This was the strategy that the automaker used on the Laguna Monaco GP Edition. Renault is following the same method for the Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Floride.
The limited edition of the open top Megane debuted at the 2011 Cannes Festival. The company waited for the Megane to be sold out. It then announced a second run.
Only 1,600 units of the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Floride will be built for the second batch. Out of this figure, 250 are intended for the French market. It has a starting price of EUR33,100.Read the entire article Renault unveils a second edition of the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Floride
Renault has recently announced that the Megane CC Floride is now on sale in Europe. This model was recently introduced at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show last March. The coupe-cabriolet didn’t become as popular as was initially expected but it has upped its appeal as it has been fitted with numerous exciting features to its interior as well as exterior.
At the Swiss auto show, Renault revealed that the Floride will have a limited production run of only 1,200 units, of which 450 units are intended for the domestic market.
If you’re willing to part with €31,500, you could get a Floride that gets a set of ivory diamond 17-inch alloy wheels as standard.Read the entire article 2011 Renault Megane CC Floride: official details, photos, specs and price
It can’t be denied that the Renault Megane Monaco GP special edition, which is based on the Megane Coupe and Megane RS, is designed to appeal to a younger target market. Exuding “elegance, sport and style,” the car will have two versions based on the Dynamique equipment level. The official unveiling is set to take place at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
The Megane features a pearlescent white body finish, which was designed exclusively for the Monaco GP series of cars.
The car boasts a sharp contrast, which was accomplished with the use of Etoile black components such as side mirrors, rear diffuser, fog lamp surrounds and headlight masks. A set of “Monaco GP” badges on the sides of the car is also painted in this color. Pearlescent white accents were added to the console, strip and door handles.Read the entire article 2011 Geneva Motor Show Preview: Renault Megane Monaco GP Special Edition
Several weeks ahead of its planned official launching which will be on November 21 2008, video aficionados will be the first to get a taste of Renault's attractive new Megane Coupe. Even though they will only be doing this on video screens in the safety and comfort of their living rooms, video players will come as close as to enjoying the real French marque's stylish three-door coupe.
This early video experience is made possible by the latest edition of the incredibly successful Need for Speed franchise, entitled Need for Speed Undercover. Renault and the world's leading video game producer, Electronic Arts, have come together to bring to life their common passion cars.
New Megane Coupe will be sharing the stage of the new game with the likes of Audi R8, BMW M6 and Porsche 911 GT2 and can be driven by players as they speed across highways and chase opponents in high-speed action represented by more than 80 digital miles of the Tri-City Bay Area, to take down an international crime organization in undercover operations.Read the entire article 2009 Renault Megane Coupe debuts in the Need for Speed Undercover
Initial details on the Megane Sport Tourer, which was introduced today at the Geneva Motor Show, were made available by Renault. The latest Sport Tourer model is distinct from the regular Megane hatch version with its larger carrying capacity, longer wheelbase and overhang at the rear.
The latest Sport Tourer comes with the same front face styling as that of the hatch model, but the side and rear have been revised to harmonize the longer look of the car. The Sport Tourer comes with trunk space of 524 liters but with the rear seats folded down it add 119 liters of extra cargo space.
Engine lineup includes both gasoline and diesel units. For the gasoline there are five choices including the new TCe 130 powerplant which will be available at opening. This 1.4-liter unit is economy-focused and Renault claims it comes with the torque of a 2.0-liter and the potency of a 1.8, but its CO2 emission rating is lesser than that of a 1.6.Read the entire article Geneva Motor Show: Renault Megane Sport Tourer
The latest high-performance model from Renault Sport -- the Megane RS has piqued the interest of many Hatchback enthusiasts. The model is available in two chassis configurations: Sport (for the daily driver) and Cup (daily driver with occasional track fun). Powering the vehicle is a 2.0L turbocharged inline-four that produces 250 hp and 251 lb-ft of torque.
The only transmission currently available is the six-speed manual. Chassis setup for the Sport edition leans more toward giving comfort, with its smaller anti-roll bars and tamer dampening.
Meanwhile, the Cup gets a stiffer calibration all around and employs a mechanical LSD for extra grip to the 19-inch wheels. The Cup also gets bigger Brembo brakes.Read the entire article 2010 Renault Megane RS breaks cover
Renault launches a convertible version this month for its new Megane range in hopes of building on its sales momentum. This model will have features that will help in the rivalry against Peugeot, Volkswagen and Ford.
The Megane Coupe-Cabriolet is the sixth and final version of the new Megane family. Previous versions include a hatchback, coupe, sedan and the Scenic and Grand Scenic minivans.
To give it a shot against the likes of the Volkswagen Eos and the Peugeot 308 CC, Renault added features to it such as a larger electric panoramic folding glass roof and a more reactive power steering system. Renault said that last year in Europe, the annual market for this class of open-top coupes was nearly 100,000 units.Read the entire article Renault to build on the sales momentum of its new Megane range
The Renault Megane line-up gets a boost with the entry of the GT range. Developed by Renaultsport, this range is available for the Hatch, Coupe, Sport Tourer and Coupe-Cabriolet versions of the New Megane. From this range, customers can expect a sports chassis setting, new GT-design front and rear bumpers, 18-inch wheels, Renaultsport 250-specification seats with specific GT upholstery and additional lateral support.
This range also gets Renaultsport's 250-style steering wheel, aluminum pedal set and a dark charcoal interior trim with polished carbon highlights, rear parking sensors and bespoke badging on the grille and boot lid. The GT versions fill the slot between the Privilege trim and Renaultsport models. Two engines are available: a TCe 180 petrol engine and the powerful, high-torque dCi 160 diesel powerplant.
Those who prefer the GT look but with a smaller engine and price can opt for the GT-Line option pack fitted to the Dynamique trim level for only £1,290. The features include a sports chassis, 17- inch alloy wheels, GT front and rear bumpers, anthracite door mirrors and the Renaultsport 250-specification seats with specific GT upholstery and extra lateral support.Read the entire article Renault presents the Megane GT line
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