Renault's new Bizu range offers customer savings across Twingo, Clio, Mégane and Scénic models
21 January 2011

Renault has launched a new temporary entry-level range, the company calls Bizu.

The new range has been designed by the company "to tempt customers looking for greater value for money", and runs across the Twingo, Clio, Mégane and Scénic models.

Available until June, savings of up to £3870 can be made on Bizu variants when compared with entry-level versions, with prices starting from £6595 for the Twingo 1.2 16V 75.

Features of the Bizu range include ABS, brake assist, electric front windows and Bluetooth connectivity.

Clio versions sport a rear spoiler and brushed chrome effect fog-light surrounds, while the Mégane and Scénic families include the company’s understeer control, electric heated door mirrors, ESC, air-conditioning and keyless entry.

The most expensive of the Bizu’s range is the Scénic, 1.6 VVT 110. Priced from £12,595, it achieves a fuel economy figure of just over 38mpg, the company claims.

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