New car cheaper than rivals, says Renault
3 June 2009

Renault has confirmed pricing for its five-seat Scenic, claiming it undercuts all of its rivals. The new small Scenic will start at £13,595 and rise to £22,295 on higher spec models. Renault says the entry level Scenic can be had for £2,000 less than its closest rival, the Ford C-Max.

As with the new Grand Scénic, three new engines and transmissions appear in the Scénic range for the first time, including the 1.4 TCe 130, 2.0 VVT 140 CVT and 2.0 dCi 160 FAP.

Overall there are eight engines at launch, ranging from 85 bhp to 158 bhp. The Renault Scenic is due for release in July.

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