Prices and specifications revealed
17 June 2009

Renault has confirmed prices and full specification details for its new Megane Sports Tourer.

The estate costs £950 more than the five-door hatchback, with the entry-level 1.6 100 Expression costing £15,485, and the 2.0 dCi 150 Auto topping the range at £22,785.

Expression trim includes air-conditioning, curtain airbags, stability control, a folding front passenger seat, four electric windows and roof bars.

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Moving up to Dynamique adds 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic lights and wipers, Bluetooth and MP3 connection and leather steering wheel trim.

The TomTom Edition is based on Dynamique trim, but adds Renault's fully integrated Carminat TomTom satellite-navigation system for an additional £360. Buying it as an option would normally cost £450.

Standard kit on top-trim Privilege models includes dual-zone climate control, electric folding door mirrors and a rear armrest with storage.

Options include 17-inch alloy wheels for £300, an automatic parking brake for £150, leather upholstery for £900 and front and rear parking sensors for £400.

The Renault Megane Sport Tourer is available to order from 29 June and is expected to be in showrooms in August.

Our Verdict

Renault Megane

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

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