New coupe-convertible model will reach showrooms on 9 July
25 May 2010

Renault has priced its new Megane coupe-convertible from £21,595 in the UK.

The range kicks off with the 1.4 TCe 130 petrol model in Dynamique TomTom trim; the £21,595 price is on a par with its rivals.

The entry-level Ford Focus 1.6 petrol costs from £21,945, the Peugeot 308CC 1.6 petrol costs from £20,595 and the VW Eos 1.4 petrol is priced from £20,695.

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Other engine options in Dynamique TomTom trim include the 2.0 CVT 140 petrol, the 1.9 dCi 130 diesel and the 1.5 dCi 110 EDC Auto diesel, which comes mated to Renault’s first dual-clutch transmission.

Standard equipment on Dynamique TomTom models includes 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity and a TomTom sat-nav.

The range-topping GT sports trim adds 18-inch alloy wheels, sports seats, chrome trim and a revised front bumper. Engine options available on GT models include the 2.0 TCe 180 petrol unit and the 2.0 dCi 160 oil burner.

This trim is priced from £24,880 in the 2.0 TCe 180 model.

The Megane CC will reach Renault showrooms on 9 July and is available to order from 4 June.

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Our Verdict

Renault Megane

The Renault Megane looks bland, and it's not that good to drive either

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