The Renault Mégane was a major release that took a new design language and is posited as a good option in the compact segment. This model was born to a family known as the Sport Tourer and now comes a third option to the range. The Renault Megane Sedan it is a vehicle of the C-segment, with four doors, that comes to replace the old Renault Fluence.
mark French bet for this type of body that in Europe each time has been ceding more and more ground in front of the SUV. By their outside appearance and their ways, we could say that it is the little brother of the Renault Talisman. It also makes it clear their genes Mégane thanks to some distinctive features as with headlamps with form ‘C’ or the characteristic grille that integrates the logo of the brand.
Where we can see major changes with regard to the five doors will be behind. In the Mégane Sedan I can clearly see the three volumes and also have the option of ‘join’ the conservatory roof with the rear window thanks to a black surface. One of its virtues will be the trunk, which has a capacity of 508 litres and easy access thanks to the hands-free system “Easy Trunk Access.”
On the inside there will be hardly differences with respect to the Mégane compact. We will have several trim levels among which we can see items such as a 7-inch screen or the largest vertical and 8.7 inches. The multimedia system will be the R-Link 2 that we have seen in other models and habraá extras such as the head-up display. In terms of the range of engines we will also see some well-known.
The Renault Mégane Sedan will come with two petrol engines and three diesel. For the part of the gasoline will be the SCe 115 HP that can go with a manual change of five speeds or with one CVT, and the Tec 130 HP linked to a six-speed manual or to an automatic EDC double clutch and seven speeds. For the part of the diesel we will see the dCi 90, 110 and 130 HP, the three with manual change of six speeds, and the 110 CV you can go with an automatic EDC of six relations.
The Renault Mégane Sedan will be manufactured in the plant of Bursa in Turkey. From there it will be exported to more than 20 countries around the world. The new four-door time will not come to Spain, which will be sold in the following markets: Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Morocco, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Turkey and Ukraine.
Source – Renault