Friday, 29 May 2009

Renault revises Laguna range for 2010 (UK)




Renault has revised the Laguna range for MY2010 by giving the hatch and Sport Tourer models a sporty new look, adopted from the GT. As well as the new look, the Laguna range has had its range simplified to four trims. The sporty GT trim is dropped from the range due to slow sales.

The entry-level Expression boasts 16" alloy wheels, air conditioning, 6 airbags, ESP, 4 electric windows, 3D Sound by Arkamys 4x45W single CD radio with Bluetooth and MP3 connection (RCA socket).

Dynamique gains the 'GT' look: sport front grille, air intakes, smoked rear lights, pearl black door mirrors, twin chrome exhausts (except on 2.0 16V 140 and dCi 110 eco²), dual zone climate control, satin finish centre console, automatic parking brake, rear parking sensors and front fog lights. The TomTom Edition, based on Dynamique, has been designed for company car drivers that includes a new Carminat TomTom navigation system.

Flagship Initiale adds Carminat TomTom full leather upholstery, 17" alloy wheels, electrically adjustable and heated front seats with memory, electrically powered, heated and folding door mirrors, multi-functional TunePoint, opening tailgate window (Sport Tourer), Renault hands free card, xenon directional headlights, front and rear parking sensors and wood interior detailing.

Renault’s Active Drive four-wheel steering system has also been dropped from the Laguna hatch and Sports Tourer, although it continues in the Laguna CoupĂ©, which continues unchanged.

The 1.5 dCi 110 emits 130g/km with combined fuel economy of 57.6mpg. This should give the new Laguna a 745 mile range. The more powerful 2.0 dCi 150 FAP emits 139g/km, down from 158g/km. Both diesel engines earn the Renault’s eco2 label.

Pricing now begins at £16,795 for the 2.0 litre petrol Expressions trim, rising to £25,650 for the flagship 178bhp 2.0 dCi Initiale Sport Tourer.

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