Renaultsport Megane Red Bull RB8 limited edition

£428 per month with a £2,999 deposit (6.9 per cent APR)

Renaultsport Megane front view

Renault is currently giving hot hatch fans a chance to buy the new Renaultsport Megane Red Bull RB8 limited edition on PCP. It was built to celebrate Red Bull Racing winning the F1 championship in 2012 and only a small number of them will ever be made.

It features the same 261bhp 2.0-litre turbo engine as the Renaultsport Megane 265 Cup but gets 19-inch gloss black alloys, Bridgestone Potenza tyres, an R-Link Renaultsport Monitor which displays G-force reading and records track times, Red Bull logos on the headrests, door sills and floormats, plus a Twilight Blue paint job.

The deposit is £2,999 and you’ll pay £428 per month over a 49-month contract with an optional final payment of £9,283.

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