Renault megane gt line review 2015




Renault megane gt line review 2015

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    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    As standard it includes cruise control, a speed limiter, dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, sat-nav, keyless entry and start, automatic lights and wipers, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Having the start-stop button nearer to the radio controls than the driver takes getting used to and the flat credit card key while great in theory is a tad bulky in practice. The lowdown This clever offering from Renault is a great choice for those that are loath to go down the SUV path but still want some of the advantages that vehicle offers. Sell your car without the hassle. The Focus also feels more modern, features a significantly better interior and is notably better to drive.

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Renault Megane GT-line Review | CarAdvice

    WAGONS, believe it or not, continue to garner favour particularly with those drivers who want space and creature comforts but are unwilling to buy into the whole SUV phenomenon.

    Sculpted new designs have made them sexier than the nondescript tanks which were such a feature of my childhood while a refined performance and top-notch inclusions means that buying a wagon no longer feels like you are settling for second best. The new Renault GT-Line wagon is not only a clever tactic by the French manufacturer to make an impact in a different market in Australia but is also a keen advertisement for the benefits of a car of this ilk. Inside, the GT-Line wagon is decidedly upbeat with two-tone leather seats and a simple but effective carbon fibre-effect dashboard the main style features.

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    Instruments, with a sporty hue, are easy enough to use and includes a The sporty bucket seats are mostly comforted with the front pair heated if you wish. An on-trend panoramic sunroof lightens things up but compromises head room a bit and, come to think of it, legroom for rear seat passengers is tight too. Storage options dotted around the cabin are more than useful save for the solitary front cup holder that is poorly placed and almost impossible to use.

    The boot - litres compared to L in the hatch - is generous for this class and you can easily carry a mountain bike with the back seats folded flat and a surfboard when the front passenger seat comes to the party. Powered by a 1. Renault Sport has had a hand here with stiffer springs and dampers, a lower front roll centre height by 30mm and a lower centre of gravity by mm which combine to help create a performance and handling that is a nice surprise.

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    The GT wagon holds its line easily around corners, steering is direct with a fair bit of feedback and it is quite nimble when dealing with inner city intricacies.

    There is no hesitation from standstill and while the twin-clutch transmission never misses a beat under hard braking or on steeper hilly challenges, it does pause momentarily to gather itself when pushed to accelerate quickly.

    The inclusions in our Premium model left us spoilt for choice boasting among others inch alloys, keyless entry and start, LED running lights, dual-zone climate control, auto headlights and wipers, heated front seats, panoramic sunroof, The Megane GT wagon has a five-star ANCAP rating with anti-lock brakes with electronic brake assist and EBD, traction and stability control, front, front-side and curtain airbags and Renault's Visio system which includes lane departure warning.

    Renault megane gt line review 2015

    We were closer to 5. The GT wagon comes with Renault's five-year unlimited kilometre warranty, five-year roadside assist and capped-price servicing for three years.

    With its compact but elegant shape, sharp sloping lines and prominent Renault badge the Megane GT wagon is certainly a stylish proposition. Wagons, even small ones like this, offer a load of options not represented in a hatch or small sedan. Space is obviously a factor and the high opening boot lid and low loading lip makes it easy to load and carry items much bigger than the weekly shop.

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