New Renault Scenic Review
Taking the title of the best selling MPV in Europe every year since its launch over ten years ago, the Renault Scenic sets the benchmark when it comes to small people carriers. Originally marketed as part of the Megane family the Scenic soon became a whole new brand in itself, now available as a five seater in the form of the Scenic, or a choice of five or seven seats in the Grand Scenic variant, Renault look to continue their dominance in the mid size MPV sector.
The Scenic's greatest asset has been its flexibility, with seats that fold flat into the floor, the Scenic can be converted from people carrier to load lugger without too much fuss. Other manufacturers may have now caught up with Renault and even improved on their seating systems, but the Scenic has gathered a loyal following and indeed, when it comes to people carriers, the Renault scenic is a brand that seems to spring to most peoples minds.
With a full five star rating in its Euro NCAP test, the Scenic has continued to reinforce Renaults commitment to safety, all models have plenty of active and passive safety systems including twin front and side airbags, side curtain airbags, three-point seat-belts on all seats, seatbelt pre-tensioners on front and outer rear seats, ABS anti-lock brakes with EBD (electronic brakeforce distribution) and emergency brake assist.
If you're looking for a safe and comfortable means of transporting your family, the Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic are a great place to start.
Like the looks of the Renault Scenic, why not check out the Citroen C4 Picasso, the Honda FR-V, the VW Touran, the Seat Altea XL, the Mercedes B Class, the Skoda Roomster, the Toyota Corolla Verso or the Mazda 5.
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