New variants of Mégane and Scénic offer extra goodies such as a panoramic sunroof and tinted windows for a £500 outlay
24 June 2014

Renault has revealed uprated versions of its Mégane and Scénic models.

The 'Limited' special editions are based on the Dynamique TomTom trim level and cost an extra £500, although Renault says that customers receive twice that in extra equipment.

The extra kit includes a panoramic sunroof and extra-tinted windows, including the glass on the tailgate. They also come as standard with rear parking sensors, special 'Limited' upholstery, badging and kickplates, and electrically operated and folding door mirrors in gloss black.

The Limited trim level is available on the Mégane hatch, coupé and Sport Tourer body styles and on the Scénic and Grand Scénic, but not the rugged Scénic XMOD.

A choice of three petrol or two diesel engines can be specified. 

Prices for Mégane start at £18,250 on the road, with Scénic from £19,865. The order books are open now with first UK deliveries expected in September.

Callum McAvoy

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