Prices include savings of up to £1855 compared to the previous range for facelifted model

Renault has confirmed that its revised Laguna range will cost from £17,795. Prices include savings of up to £1855 compared to the outgoing model range.

All engines in the range are now Euro 5 compliant, plus ten eco2 branded versions with sub-140g/km CO2 emissions, covering each of the dCi 110 and 150 diesel-engined variants, will be available.

Read more on the facelifted Reanult Laguna

The entry level 140bhp 2.0-litre petrol Expression model emits 167g/km of CO2. Prices rise to £24,145 for the top spec 180bhp 2.0-litre diesel GT-Line TomTom with CO2 emissions of 152g/km and fuel economy of 48.7mpg.

The dCi 110 has a fuel economy figure of 60.1 mpg, up from 57.6mpg over the previous model.

Renault’s bestseller is expected to be the Dynamique TomTom, which includes automatic parking brake, headlights and wipers, cruise control, hands-free keycard, and sat nav.

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21 October 2010

I think this car deserves more good press than it gets. For example its 5 star NCAP rated, its 'apparently' one of the most reliable cars in its class according to a German reliability report and despite people complaining that it looks dull, it looks much nicer than the new Passatt in every way. It has a high quality interior, good range of engines, good spec etc and yes higher depreciation maybe than some but its not expensive and there are deals to be had to offset this. So credit where its due....

21 October 2010

i like this car, just like i liked the previous model, but please, a GT line TomTom?

what a silly model designation

21 October 2010

Nice inside and to drive.

I know.

21 October 2010

[quote Vanquish]

I think this car deserves more good press than it gets. For example its 5 star NCAP rated, its 'apparently' one of the most reliable cars in its class according to a German reliability report and despite people complaining that it looks dull, it looks much nicer than the new Passatt in every way. It has a high quality interior, good range of engines, good spec etc and yes higher depreciation maybe than some but its not expensive and there are deals to be had to offset this. So credit where its due....

[/quote] +1 . I agree . I have always thought it is a very classy and stylish car . The interior to is top notch very classy andhigh Quality . I think it is the bist looking car in its class . Very good diesal and petrol engines indeed . Yes through indeed pleanty off deals to be had and it ain,t to expensive .

21 October 2010

This certainly looks a lot better than the existing model. The previous model Lagunas always sold well, but you hardly see any of the current model on the road...I wonder why the sudden fall from favour?

21 October 2010

I've always thought the Laguna looks nice too, even better with this facelift. It's just a big more elegant than the new Passat I feel, which I think looks overly boxy, accentuated by the very modest aesthetic changes from the previous model. Citroen have also facelifted the C5 quietly, but that seems to have been missed by most motoring magazines! Only very subtle, mind. But this Laguna is looking great.

"The creative adult is the child who survived."

21 October 2010

I must admit this facelift works a treat for the Laguna its better looking than the bland Megane.If only Renault would fit independent rear suspension it would probably be near class leading

22 October 2010

[quote Howey]

i like this car, just like i liked the previous model, but please, a GT line TomTom?

what a silly model designation

[/quote]

+1

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