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World Series - Sheep in Wolf's clothing
RENAULT MEGANE 1.5 dCi 106 Expression 3dr (Review date: 5th December '11)
I bought a Renault Megane Coupe World Series from new, my first ever new car, and have been so pleased with it both from a practical point of view and also with the aesthetics. It attracts so many compliments with the sexy alloy wheels and by the same token is nippy and economical to drive - I do a bit of driving for work and usually get 550 miles out of a tank of diesel, which is good fuel economy. Although it's 3 door the back seat is spacious, and can fit adults comfortably, and the boot is also a good size. Thoroughly recommended.
Best Car I have Had
RENAULT MEGANE 2.0 T 16V Renaultsport 250 3dr (Review date: 2nd December '11)
I love this car, it is practical performance car...2 words you dont normally hear together.
I has plenty of power and is smooth.
I have had audis, BMWs and Minis and i can honestly say this car brings the biggest smile to my face.
It looks good and the seats are very comfortable on a long drive.
Fuel economy is good again bearing in mind this is a performance car!
The boot is a decent size too.
The only thing I was disappointed with was the standard stereo...if you are ordering from new, get the upgraded one.
But overall the best car I have ever owned!!
RENAULT MEGANE 1.9 dCi 130 Dynamique 3dr (Review date: 1st November '11)
Love the car! Really sad to have to sell it due to company car arrival.
Reasonable boot space, not fantastic but plenty for everyday use.
Good room in the back seat but could be classed as a little claustrophobic due to the small windows of the coupe.
Pleanty of power for everyday, if you want a sports car - it is not! Ever so slight lag on power delivery if you want to push it hard, but you don't notice this 99.9% of the time.
High performance, great looking car with practicality
RENAULT MEGANE 2.0 T 16V Renaultsport 250 3dr (Review date: 13th August '11)
The RS Megane isdefinitely a head turning car with exceptional high performance. I previously had a Focus ST and prefer the RS Megane over this anytime. The handling of the RS on the roads is strong, it holds so well on corners and you feel safe. My colleague at work asked about my car and I definitely recommended it, he too has one and has fell in love with it.
I use it mainly for local drives to work in the week and found the fuel consumption to be a lot lighter than the Focus ST, in fact for a high performance car I was pleasantly surprised at how much fuel I had to put in, I was expecting to spend more. On the long motorway journey up North it was more economical than the £85 I used to put in the ST for the same journey. The Recaro bucket seats and various adjustments available make it a really comfortable ride even on long journeys.
Considering it is a sports car the boot capacity is really good, plenty of room for sports bag, suitcases etc. The only problem is depending on how 'agile' your back seat passengers are for my elderly parents it wasn't the easiest car to get in and out the back of. I genuinely haven't any negatives about this car other than my parent's ability to get in and out of the back!! I love it.
World Series looks, DCI Economy
RENAULT MEGANE 1.5 dCi 106 Dynamique 3dr (Review date: 27th June '11)
Superb economy, once the car has run in. The handling is exceptional, very precise steering, and level through the bends. For a 1.5dci the sprint to sixty feels quicker than Renaults quoted figures. And even for a coupe this car is very practical even when you have three kids, as I do. The boot is very big, and access in and out of the rear is helped by it's long doors and front seats that fold right out of the way. The gear change is short and precise and braking is very efficient. An all round highly capable car.
Renault Megan Coupe - A classy car that won't break the bank
RENAULT MEGANE 1.6 16V 110 Dynamique TomTom 3dr (Review date: 16th June '11)
A great looking car particularly in metallic black (the white look stunning too), the silver bumper inserts give an added sporty look. The choice between Coupé, Hatch and Sport Tourer was based on looks as they are not dissimilar in price, I rarely carry rear seat passengers so the 3 door configuration isn't a problem, however oldies can struggle with entry and exit to/from rear seat.
My car is the 1.6 16v (110) petrol with manual box and my driving is mainly 50/50 city/A road and I have averaged 37 mpg over the first year, this combined with 1800 mile / 2 year service intervals makes for an economic car to run. A good feature for the city driving is the speed control set it at 30mph and the cameras can't get you.
The performance is fine for me but I wouldn't describe it as sporty. Features that I particularly like are the hands free key card, the built in sat nav and Blue-tooth, features not usually found on this price of car (a really expensive extra on some brands of vehicle).
Love it !!!
Nice attempt at fun n frugle!
RENAULT MEGANE 1.5 dCi 106 Dynamique TomTom 3dr (Review date: 5th April '11)
Having grown tired of paying out to run a petrol BMW 1 series I needed a car for work that is economical and practical but one that didnt make me look like I'm driving my Dads car. The Megane coupe seemed the best choice available.
I was hesitant in choosing the 1.5dci worrying about a lack of power that would remove any fun in driving driving but I was pleasently surprised the moment I took the test drive. While it will never win any drag races it pulls nicley up to motorway speeds and the 6 speed gearbox is giving me just under 54mpg. Cornering at higher speeds does show that this model is more about appearance than performance though.
The gadgets are all faultless from the excellent Sat Nav to the handsfree card which now ensures I hate driving my wifes car as it needs a key! Outrageous I know!!
It is not ideal as a family run around due to the constrained rear seats but my two kids under ten fit in nicely and enjoy controlling the music from the back using the MP3-bluetooth connectivity, (although I now know all Justin Beibers songs word for word).
I have had the car back in the garage once due to the drivers door dropping slighly, which given the size of the door may be understandable but is also worrying due to the fact that it has fallen so soon.
Overall I'm very happy with the car. You will struggle to find a better looking, better equiped car with such fantatstic running costs.
Renault Megane World Series
RENAULT MEGANE 1.6 16V 110 Dynamique 3dr (Review date: 28th March '11)
The world series is a real head turner, I've lost count of the amount of times people have done a double take a traffic lights. The sports kit completely changes the look from a standard megane. However, it's a sports car in disguise, it's only a 1.6 engine so not the fastest but suits my lifestyle which is mostly city driving. I've had mine a year now with no problems at all, I love it!
Swift but thirsty Gallic chic
RENAULT MEGANE 2.0 TCE Dynamique 3dr (Review date: 27th March '11)
Had the Renault for over 19 months now so feel qualified to give some feedback on its performance. I picked this model, initially because it just looks to drop-dead gorgeous, a real head-turner, particularly in the Cayenne Orange. It's used every day as a commuter and general everyday car. The looks aside, this car is very practical with a large boot and a huge rear space with the back seats folded down. The cabin is typically French, smart, sharp and a little odd. The huge speedo sits right in front of your view so no-one has an excuse for speeding! I love the look of it but others think it looks a bit cheesey and obvious. The finish in the cabin is good with no rattles or squeaks. The stereo is good and the i-pod connectivity a God send. Performance is swift with a 0-60 in less than 8 seconds, a fact which has lead some boy racers looking a bit miffed at traffic lights. There is some road noise and the tyres which were on the car were terrible in the snow so I have changed them and the car was much more polar bear than gummi bear this winter. On the downside, it is depreciating at a sad rate and the fuel consumption never gets above 30 mpg, no matter how I drive! The heater/air-con is rubbish with the cabin taking an age to heat up in winter. It has been absolutely 100% reliable and the keyless entry and start/stop button is a clever touch. This is a fast, handsome, practical car that drives well, stops well, is, for me, cheap to insure and very nice to own. If you want a swealtering cabin and 70 mpg give this car a body swerve. If you want some fun then go and get one, older ones are very cheap, such is the depreciation!!