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Megane Revitalised

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Megane Revitalised

Geoff Maxted
December 21, 2013

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Renault is upgrading the entire Mégane range, which now features the new design identity increasingly seen across the whole brand. The Mégane family has gained an extra dash of vitality apparently that further strengthens its appeal and the cars are fitted with Renault’s latest equipment and technological innovations. The brand’s quality flagship remains firmly focused on travelling comfort and driving pleasure.

The Mégane Sport range has also been renewed. GT-Line and GT trim models gain a new bumper while Mégane R.S. is the first to feature the R.S. Replay function, for sharing more motorsport fun with friends. R.S. Replay is an online hub inspired by International Motorsport that allows you to capture, review, analyse and share your driving performance data. The new Mégane range will be launched from January 2014 in Europe and over the course of the year in the rest of the world.

The entire Mégane range is stepping up a gear and harmonising with Renault’s other models in terms of styling and equipment, coupling shared styling cues and what Renault describe as ‘different weapons of seduction’. Hmmm. Bit corny, that.

The Mégane range is taking on the new brand identity, shared by all new Renault cars. The hatchback, coupé and estate models sport a new bumper, new grilles and a new boot featuring the enlarged Renault logo set against a gloss black background. New daytime running lights wrapping around the sides of the body give an extra boost of vitality to all Mégane models. The entire range asserts its personality with an identical front end for the hatchback, estate and coupé, while each one keeps its own distinctive identity - in the words of their creator.

Driving the hot Clio earlier this year DriveWrite was mightily impressed so I’m delighted to have the opportunity to try one or more of these cars early in the New Year to find out if these new vehicles match up to the promotion.

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