Entry-level Laguna Coupe and Megane Sport Tourer models are added to their respective ranges
30 November 2009

Renault has launched new entry-level versions of its Laguna Coupe and Megane Sport Tourer.

The Renault Coupe TomTom is based on the dCi 150 model, with a sat-nav system, automatic parking brake and chrome-finished centre console now included as standard.

Also included as standard are 18-inch alloy wheels, eight airbags, automatic lights and wipers, dual zone climate control and rear parking sensors. The TomTom version is available to order now costing from £19,995, with the first deliveries set to start in January.

The Renault Megane Sport Tourer range gets a new Extreme entry-level trim, with standard features including air-con, electric front windows and ESP.

The Extreme trim is available on the 1.6 100 and 1.5 dCi 86 models, with prices costing from £14,935 for the petrol version. It is available to order now, with deliveries starting in January.

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