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Common rail diesel for Scenic

RENAULT Scenic models fitted with a 1.9-litre common rail diesel engine have gone on sale to replace all direct injection turbodiesel manual transmission versions.

No extra premium is being charged for the 1.9 dCi, which delivers 5% more power, greater torque at lower rpm and reduced engine noise compared with the outgoing 1.9 dTi without sacrifice to performance, fuel economy or emissions. Automatic transmission Scenics continue with the dTi, which also gains the option of a 'fuzzy logic' Proactive Automatic four-speed transmission.

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