French car manufacturer Renault has unveiled the first details of its updated Scenic and Grand Scenic compact MPV range.
With a new look and more efficient engines, the upgrades include introduction of new LED daytime running lights for the new models.
More chrome detailing features on the updated models include the side rubbing strips and tailgate strip.
The new engines, including a 1.5 dCi 110 Stop & Start diesel, come with brake regeneration.
It helps to cut CO2 emissions by 23g/km to just 105g/km, while producing 192lb ft of torque.
Renault also claims that economy has gone up by 11.3mpg to 68.9mpg.
A turbocharged 1.2 TCe 115 petrol engine replaces the thirstier 1.6 VVT 110 engine in Spring. It emits 135g/kmo of CO2 and its fuel economy is 49.6mpg.
People planning to buy the revised 2012 Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic may find it useful to take out a suitablecar insurance policy.
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