Renault Releases UK Pricing on New Megane Hatchback

Ahead of its world debut at the Paris Motor Show next week, Renault has announced UK pricing for the 5door version of the new Megane (see details here), with ordering due to start on October 2. The Megane range launches in the UK with 11 versions priced from £13,995 to £18,795. Buyers can choose from three gasoline engines, two 1.6-liter units developing 100 and 110 HP and a 180HP 2.0-liter turbocharged engine as well as three diesel motors, two 1.5-liter units producing 86 and 106 HP and a 1.9-liter engine with 130 HP. -Continued

At launch, three trim levels will be available for the new Megane: Expression, Dynamique and Privilege. Standard equipment across the range includes, ESP with ASR (Anti-Skid Regulation) and CSV understeer control, air conditioning, six airbags, electric heated body colored door mirrors and front and rear electric windows.

Renault Megane IIIIn particular, the entry-level Expression offers a 4x15W RDS radio CD, adjustable driver’s seat, height and reach adjustable steering wheel, Keyless car with Renault card and trip computer.

Moving up, the Dynamique adds 16-inch alloy wheels (17-inch for the 2.0 TCe 180), 4x15W RDS radio CD with Bluetooth and multi-function TunePoint, automatic lights and wipers, cruise control, Hands free Renault card, height adjustable passenger seat, leather steering wheel and front fog lights.

The range-topping Privilege offers additionally dual zone climate control, electrically operated folding door mirrors, electrochome rear view mirror, rear armrest with storage and rear parking sensors.



OTR Price


1.6 VVT 100


1.6 VVT 110


1.5 dCi 86


1.5 dCi 106



1.6 VVT 110


2.0 TCE 180


1.5 dCi 106


1.9 dCi 130



1.6 VVT 110


1.5 dCi 106


1.9 dCi 130


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