2013 Renault Mégane Knight now available at £17,095 base price

Article by Anita Panait, on July 24, 2013

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.

Mégane Knight is either powered by a 1.6-liter 16V petrol or a carbon footprint-reducing dCi 110 Stop & Start diesel engine, which emits just 90 g/km of carbon dioxide, making it qualified for zero Road Tax.

The vehicle boasts of a special edition 16" dark chrome ‘Eptius’ alloy wheels as well as extra tinted rear windows and tailgate.

Renault Mégane Knight limited edition is available in Glacier White as standard, but a buyer could also avail of other finishes like Ruby Red, Malta Blue and Arctic White, Diamond Black metallic paints.

All vehicles feature the signature Mégane LED running lights and are comes with Va Va Voom – all making a testament to Renault’s recently refreshed look and style.

The Mégane Hatch features clean lines and the Coupé exudes a sporty look. On the other hand, Sport Tourer provides versatility, as it provides multiple storage areas and boasts of folding 1/3-2/3 rear seat, providing a boot space of up to 1,600 liters.

A major highlight among the wide array of impressive features of the new Renault Megane Estate is its 524dm3 (up to parcel shelf) boot volume which is one of the most spacious among vehicles in its category. When the rear bench seat is folded fully, the total carrying capacity of the Renault Megane Estate is measured at 1,595dm3, impressive numbers once again for the Megane Estate. The boot space is complemented by the rather low sill height of the Megane Estate which is measured as the lowest in its segment at 561mm.

The spacious proportions of the new Renault Megane Estate allow the owners to further subdivide the boot into a smaller rear compartment to suit one’s space requirements and a large compartment for other relevant spatial needs. The smaller rear compartment is able to hold its cargo and prevent it from sliding around unnecessarily. The rear compartment also comes with two more storage bins found under the floor.

For cargo that will require more length, this is addressed by adjusting the rear bench seat and the front passenger seat. By tipping both forward, the Renault Megane Estate is able to accommodate objects of as much as 2,550 mm long. Another innovative hack is the boot floor which can be raised when the rear bench seat is folded. This allows more room in the compartment beneath the boot floor just behind the rear seats.

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