Renault Scenic prices

23 Jan, 2012 11:14am Luke Madden

Facelifted Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic prices revealed, starting from £18,325

Renault has announced prices for the facelifted Scenic and Grand Scenic, with the range kicking off at £18,325.

The new range is characterised by a fresh look featuring redesigned headlamps, new LED daytime running lights. Standard equipment has been improved for the update to include rear parking sensors on top of the usual 16-inch alloys, Bluetooth and TomTom sat-nav. 

Two new engine choices are available, including a 1.2TCe turbo petrol engine with 115bhp and a 1.5dCi diesel with 110bhp. The latter boasts a 68.9mpg economy figure and emits just 105g/km. 

The Scenic and Grand Scenic range is only available in Dynamique TomTom trim level and the entry-level £18,325 price-tag is for the 1.6-litre petrol Scenic. The new 1.2 TCe engine costs £19,425, while the 1.5dCi costs £20,225. Grand Scenic models command a premium of around £1,000.

Both Scenic and Grand Scenic models are available to order from 23rd January but the 1.2 TCe can’t be ordered until April. 

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They are much more practical, alot better looking, roomier and ALOT less common. They also have sliding doors which are alot more practical. The price for the entry model is £200 cheaper than the renault.

Seems I was wrong!

"rear parking sensors on top of the usual 16-inch alloys" - well that's an unusual engineering solution that makes a change from those ugly bulges in the bumper.