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.
According to Jean-Philippe Texier, design project manager for the M1 range, their goal with the new design was to retain the special features of each vehicle, but have them share the same bumper panels. He said that with the new hood and bumper, the Megane range “maintains a sense of styling harmony through its wings and rear components.”
He added that the new identity on the front end provides Megane with a new look that is fully consistent with Renault’s other vehicles. The 2014 Megane features Renault’s latest equipment and technologies like the Renault R-Link connected multimedia system. The range is powered by the by a 130-hp gasoline engine paired to the EDC transmission.
The classic Mégane III leads the segment on dependability - a characteristic acquired by the all-new Mégane range.
Renault Mégane delivered good as well as excellent grades on quality in the ADAC 2012 study for model years from 2007 to 2012. Models created in 2009, 2010 and 2011 were all given the excellent rating, affirming the first-rate nature of Mégane III over time.
In a March 2013 survey by L'Automobile Magazine, Mégane III rated strongly on assembling quality and dependability. The top-rated vehicle in France in 2012 in its class, the third-generation Mégane was reported as "a sure-fire value on the new vehicle market.”
The Mégane range is created at the Palencia plant in Spain. Like all of the Group's assembly centers, Palencia banners the Renault Production Way, a strategy that meets the fundamental necessity of assembling top-rated products.
"Getting quality right the first time" is the main goal of all plant employees. This is the reason why all Renault production centers regard the similar quality standards and prerequisites.
The nature of Bose sound
Since 2008, Renault and Bose have led a collaboration that brings motorists the benefits of the two brands: ingenuity, sensuality and top-rated prominence.
The Mégane range incorporates an enhanced Bose model, now known as a trim level in its own right. The model presents customized sound with the Bose sound system, bragging remarkable acoustic performance.