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Renault simplifies trim levels on Scenic, Grand Scenic and Koleos

Renault has revised trim levels for the Scénic, Grand Scénic and Koleos models.

As past of its EasyLife programme, the models now offer offer enhanced specification and better value.

EasyLife was previously made available across the Renault Clio, Captur and Mégane ranges. Those models start with the Play trim and progress to Iconic and GT, while the Scénic and Grand Scénic start with Play and Iconic and conclude with the high-spec Signature trim. Koleos now has a two-trim line-up, starting with Iconic and climbing to GT Line.

Renault Scénic and Grand Scénic

With Renault EasyLife the five-seat Scénic and the seven-seat Grand Scénic model ranges reduce from four trims to three. Both models begin with Play, which includes 20-inch alloy wheels, a seven-inch colour touchscreen, a hands-free keycard, and climate control. In addition, Play rear parking sensors and smartphone replication via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The mid-point of the revised Scénic and Grand Scénic line-up is the Iconic trim. It features front and rear parking sensors, a sliding centre console that includes two USB ports, a 12V socket and AUX input for rear passengers. Tinted windows and Renault’s R-Link2 system completes the package.

At the top of the range is the Signature specification. It features a colour head-up display and an 8.7-inch infotainment screen. A panoramic sunroof and leather upholstery also feature.

The car is now available with two engines. The new 1.3-litre TCe 140 turbocharged petrol engine has a CO2 figure of 137g/km for the Scénic and 141g/km for the Grand Scénic. It achieves 47.1mpg (45.6mpg for Grand Scénic) and has a torque figure of 240Nm.

The new 1.5-litre dCi 120 turbocharged diesel unit has a power output of 120hp and a CO2 figure of 129g/km for both the Scénic and Grand Scénic.

Prices for the Scénic range start at £21,390 OTR – a reduction of £620.

Renault Koleos

The Koleos is now available in two trims; Iconic and GT Line.

Prices start at £27,495, a reduction of £550 compared to the previous line-up. Stepping up to the four-wheel drive Koleos Iconic adds £2,000. Koleos GT Line starts at £29,495 and, like the Iconic model, the four-wheel drive version is £2,000 more.

All models feature a rear parking camera with front and rear parking sensors, a blind spot warning system and climate control. Renault’s R-Link2 infotainment system is also included, along with a seven-inch colour touchscreen.

The Koleos GT Line has full LED headlights and leather upholstery with heated front seats.

Both models are available with Renault’s 2.0-litre dCi 175PS diesel engine, equipped with a seven-speed automatic X-Tronic gearbox.

The EasyLife range is available to order now with deliveries beginning in November.

Pricing:

Version

Power (hp)

CO₂ (g/km)

MPG

Price OTR*

Scénic Play TCe 140

140

137

47.1

£ 21,390

Scénic Play Blue dCi 120

120

129

57.7

£ 23,640

Scénic Iconic TCe 140

140

137

47.1

£ 22,690

Scénic Iconic Blue dCi 120

120

129

57.7

£ 24,530

Scénic Signature TCe 140

140

137

47.1

£ 24,290

Scénic Signature Blue dCi 120

120

129

57.7

£ 26,130

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Scénic Play TCe 140

140

141

45.6

£ 23,190

Grand Scénic Play Blue dCi 120

120

129

57.7

£ 25,440

Grand Scénic Iconic TCe 140

140

141

45.6

£ 24,490

Grand Scénic Iconic Blue dCi 120

120

129

57.7

£ 26,330

Grand Scénic Signature TCe 140

140

141

45.6

£ 26,090

Grand Scénic Signature Blue dCi 120

120

129

57.7

£ 27,930

 

 

 

 

 

Koleos Iconic dCi 2WD

175

163

45.6

£ 27,495

Koleos Iconic dCi 4WD

175

168

44.1

£ 29,495

Koleos GT Line dCi 2WD

175

163

45.6

£ 29,495

Koleos GT Line dCi 4WD

175

168

44.1

£ 31,495



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