Renault adds a new cheaper model to both Espace and Grand Espace ranges
25 April 2007

The Renault Espace, long the most upmarket choice in the large MPV sector, just got cheaper. The French manufacturer has just introduced a new entry-level Espace model to the 2007 range, which brings the most affordable new Espace on the market down to a price of just £18,595. That's cheaper than any Chrysler Voyager or Ford Galaxy, the Espace's traditional rivals. Renault's new cheaper MPV is called the Espace Team. It's fitted with a 2.0-litre, 140bhp engine. It comes with air conditioning and a CD player, and it costs £450 less than the previous entry-level model.Aimed at owners seeking even more space, the larger Grand Espace has received the same treatment. It is now available for £21,758 – saving a sizeable £2437 over the former model, despite the car being fitted with the same 2.0-litre turbocharged engine.

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