Renault Grand Scenic

There’s a reason why the Renault Grand Scenic appears high on top 10 MPV lists compiled by the likes of Auto Express, Autocar and Carbuyer. Actually, there are several reasons – for starters, this people carrier is arguably the best looking vehicle in its class. Of course, appearances aren’t everything, which is just as well because this seven-seater also happens to be practical, spacious, well-equipped and affordable to run. Whether you need an MPV that can cope with a hectic family schedule or stand up to the rigours of business life, the Grand Scenic is most certainly worthy of your consideration.

Discover the new Renault Grand Scenic Versatility is a key component of the Grand Scenic’s success. For instance, a sliding middle row of seats makes getting in and out of the vehicle as simple as possible. This is crucial, particularly where busy families are concerned. The car comfortably accommodates five adults in rows one and two, while a pair of younger passengers will find space in the third row to be more than adequate. With this rearmost row folded, luggage capacity stands at 596 litres. With all but the front seats dropped, cargo volume increases considerably – and thanks to a low load sill, placing and retrieving bulky items is made all the more simple.
Minor convenience You would hope and expect that a seven-person vehicle would be as safe as possible. Rest assured, the Grand Scenic comes loaded with passive protective features and driver aids. Children are, of course, the most precious cargo of all, which is why this MPV features several sets of ISOFIX anchor points, as well as tamper-proof locks on rear doors.
Fuel for thought People carriers are required to do a lot of heavy lifting but what impact does this have on fuel consumption? Happily, the Grand Scenic comes with a range of engine options that won’t break the bank. The most efficient choice is a 1.7-litre diesel unit, which returns up to 51.4mpg and produces CO2 emissions from 145g/km.
Easy on the eye For an MPV, the Grand Scenic boasts surprisingly good looks. In this respect, it has more in common with many SUVs, particularly in terms of its swept-back roofline and muscular body. The car rides on 20-inch alloy wheels as standard too. It also possesses a number of colour-coded fixtures, such as door handles and door mirrors, which help provide the Grand Scenic with its classily unified appearance.
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