During the upcoming motor show in Frankfurt, Renault will showcase its smallest wagon ever: the new 2008 Renault Clio Estate. Although the car is still too tiny for a young couple with a kid, the vehicle looks like an adequate choice as a second car for a family that already has a full-size sedan, but needs a smaller wagon to get a week’s supply of groceries from a local Auchan or Tesco.
The French L’Equipe sports daily magazine has offered its readers a special edition version of the 2007 Renault Megane family of compact hatchbacks. Available for all versions of the car (including the three-door and five-door models, that is) the Megane L’Equipe edition is not limited to just a set of fancy decals. Au contraire, the car will offer a comprehensive set of equipment, which is usually available only as pricey options.
It seems that Renault just can’t stop bombarding us with special edition versions of its popular models. The reason for this is that it is easier (and more cost-effective) for the car maker to simply pre-build a given number of vehicles stuffed with a given number of optional equipment.
Renault Megane Renaultsport 230 F1 Team R26 hot hatchback will soon be launched to monetize a fraction of Renault F1 team’s success during the last couple of seasons. Although there are still a couple of races to go, there is already a very good chance for the French car maker to repeat its last year’s success when Renault won the 2005 Manufacturers title in the most prestigious world racing series.
The French carmaker has just revealed an updated version of their popular Renault Scenic multi-purpose vehicle. The refreshed 2007 Renault Scenic MPV now features HID-looking headlights and LED taillights, new corporate grille and new wheel trims.