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New engines for facelifted Scenic

RENAULT has revised its Scenic MPV range with a facelift, new models and revised engines.

All models benefit from revised front and rear styling with the adoption of new light units and bumpers.

Inside there is better quality trim and a wider range of options, such as tinted windows and MP3 compatibility. Engines new to the range are the 2.0-litre dCi turbodiesel with 150bhp, and a 1.9 dCi with 130bhp and an automatic gearbox. Also new is a special version of the larger Grand Scenic which comes with five seats rather than the standard seven to offer increased luggage space.

The range goes on sale in October, when prices will be announced.

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