Renault's new Bose pack for the Scenic range includes a raft of black exterior touches
24 March 2011

Renault is now offering a new 'Bose pack’ on its Scenic and Grand Scenic Dynamique TomTom models.

As the name suggests, the £1500 optional package features a Bose audio system. But it also comes with a raft of styling tweaks to distinguish it over standard Scenic and Grand Scenic models.

See an official pic of the Bose pack Renault Scenic

These include 17-inch black alloy wheels, gloss black door mirror covers and Bose badges on front wheelarches. On the inside, the Bose pack also adds dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, sliding centre console and a driver's sunglasses holder.

Prices for the range start from £20,250 and it is available to order from Renault dealers now.

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