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Prices for the facelifted Renault Scenic start from £18,325, while Grand Scenic costs from £19,725
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23 January 2012

Prices for the facelifted Renault Scenic start from £18,325, while the larger Grand Scenic costs from £19,725. Both are available to order now.

Revisions to the facelifted model include an updated front end, with black and chrome detailing, LED daytime running lights and new rear lights, as well as two new colour options – Azzurro Blue and Damask Red.

See pictures of the new Renault Scenic range

Two new engines will be fitted into the 2012 range from April. Renault’s 1.2 TCe 115 petrol offers a combined fuel consumption figure of 49.6mpg with 135g/km CO2 emissions, while a 1.5-litre dCi 110 with stop-start achieves 68.9 mpg and emits 105g/km CO2.

Just one trim level is offered - Dynamique TomTom – which includes 16-inch alloys, Bluetooth, cruise control, sat-nav and rear parking sensors as standard. LED daytime running lights are also included.

On top of the standard trim level, Luxe Pack adds 17-inch alloys, climate control, an upgraded stereo system and electric folding door mirrors.

All Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic 2012 models are eligible for Renault’s £900 4+ programme, which begins in February. The package includes a four-year/100,000 mile warranty, free routine servicing for four years/48,000 miles, four years' roadside cover and up to four years' finance.

Alasdair Collins

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lilianna 4 April 2014

They'll see the light long

They'll see the light long before than and replace with a series of long-wheelbase slave-propelled versions.
il sole 24 January 2012

Re: Facelifted Scenic from £18,325

TegTypeR wrote:
Anecdotal evidence suggests the new C-Max isn't selling very well (the styling seems to be putting a lot of people off), so Ford are probably trying hard to shift some at that price.
i wouldn't have said it's anecdotal evidence teg! i think i've only ever seen a couple and the 7 seater is just plain ugly.

No doubt they are better cars to drive fast, but with 7 up, why would you want to??!!

TegTypeR 24 January 2012

Re: Facelifted Scenic from £18,325

Citytiger wrote:
£18,325 for a 1.2 petrol, must have big windows in the Renault dealership, someone is seriously extracting the urine, the Ford online price for a 1.6 petrol C-Max Zetec starts at £16,445, it may not be as well equipped but its a far better car, and 2 grand cheaper, its probably even cheaper from a dealer with the usual healthy discount.

Anecdotal evidence suggests the new C-Max isn't selling very well (the styling seems to be putting a lot of people off), so Ford are probably trying hard to shift some at that price.

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