The Megane RS may be a better overall car than its predecessor, but it doesn’t feel special.
Watch the Megane RS, Leon Cupra R, Civic Type R, 308 GTi and i30 N go against each other in drag races and brake tests.
The Renault is more powerful and features an LSD, which the Hyundai lacks, but the result is not a forgone conclusion.
Who brake checks when drunk and uninsured, gets hit, and then calls the police? This guy..
Watch out, Honda Civic Type R, your ‘Ring record might be in danger.
Renault has a Trophy version of the new Megane RS in development, too.
Number, number on the wall, which is the fastest hot hatch of them all?.
Watch your back, Honda: Renault’s after the FWD Nurburgring lap record with the new Megane Trophy.
The Megane RS isn’t the most powerful hot hatch out there, and it shows.
The special-edition Renault Clio RS 18 is only a few grand less than the bigger, more powerful Megane RS in the UK.
The upcoming Clio RS could arrive as early as next year with a 225HP version of the hot Megane’s engine.
That’s not how you’re supposed to drive a BMW M5, nor any other car for that matter.