Renault Megane 2014 price and spec revealed

2 Dec, 2013 5:58pm Jonathan Burn

The facelifted Renault Megan range is available to order from today, priced from £16,745

The 2014 Renault Megane hatchback will cost from £16,745, Renault has revealed, while the Megane Coupe and Sport Tourer models now have a starting price of £17,645 and £17,745 respectively.

Depending on trim level, Renault says savings of up to £1,200 can be made over the outgoing Megane range.

Revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, all facelifted Megane models now adopt Renault's new sculpted bonnet design, vents and bold logo. There are also new elliptical headlights and daytime running lights stretching along the outer edges of the bumper.

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Four equipment grades – with the exception of Renaultsport – will be available form launch, which include Expression+ (unavailable on Coupe), Knight Edition, Dynamique TomTom and GT-Line TomTom. Along with the new look, all models now get more kit, with automatic dual zone climate control standard on Dynamique TomTom, LED daytime running lights fitted to Expression+ models and R-Link now being available as an option on GT-Line TomTom variants.

Renault has also made revisions to the engine line-up, with five powertrains now being available. The 115bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine has now been added to Expression+ range, and EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) versions of the 130bhp petrol and 110bhp diesel 1.2-litre motor have been added to the GT Line TomTom range.

A number of option packs are also available depending on model and trim level, which add features such as leather, a rear parking camera and Renault’s R-Link Renaultsport monitor.

At the top of the Megane range is the £26,925 Megane Renaultsport 265, which two thirds of buyers spec with the optional Cup chassis for an additional £1,350. The pack also adds larger 18-inch alloys, grooved disc brakes, a limited slip differential, stiffer dampers and springs as well as red brake callipers.

Available to order now, the new Megane range will make its way in to showrooms in January 2014.

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A 1.2 diesel ? that be bit under powered wouldnt it, ? Renault dont really have alot cars on offer now, shame !

It's about power output not engine size. So a 1.2 Turbo with 130bhp will outperform a 1.6 normally aspirated engine with 120bhp and use less fuel. Simples!

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