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Grand Scenic price revealed

RENAULT has confirmed its seven-seat Grand Scenic will be priced at £1,000 more than the standard five-seat model when it goes on sale in April.

The Grand Scenic is nine inches longer than the standard Scenic, with an extra two inches in the wheelbase and a little more storage space.

Prices start at £14,613 on-the-road for the 1.6 Authentique, which includes electric front windows, electrically operated and heated door mirrors, a radio/cassette player, a trip computer and a height-adjustable driver seat. It offers 200 litres of storage space with all seven seats in place, expanding to either 550 litres or 605 litres depending on the position of the second row of seats. Removing the middle row of seats expands luggage volume to 1,920 litres.

Three petrol engines are available, plus a 1.9-litre common rail diesel with a choice of 100bhp or 120bhp, depending on trim level. The range-topping 1.9 dCi Privilege is priced at £19,116 on-the-road.

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