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Renault Scenic

  • tickStriking design
  • tickFamily friendly cabin
  • tickFlexible diesel engines

Renault Scenic MPV (2016 - )

Based on its looks alone, we feel confident that the Renault Scenic has a bright future. It’s not the most refined or engaging motor to drive, but its spacious, airy cabin, family-friendly versatility and easy practicality, married to its SUV-inspired styling, gives it a showroom appeal that few, if any, alternatives can match.
Our verdict

Is the Renault Scenic a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Renault Scenic interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

Renault Scenic performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

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Our expert review

See what our expert review team say about this car

The Scenic’s interior feels light, airy and spacious, thanks to the large expanses of glass. On the lower trim models, the dashboard features a 7.0-inch touch-screen, while posher models are fitted with an 8.7-inch portrait-mounted screen. The basic system is reasonably easy to navigate, with a simple menu structure and large on-screen icons that are easy to hit. The higher end system is less intuitive, though, because the layout and the functionality are far more complicated. Some menus are difficult to find and use, while the screen can be slow to respond to commands and screen transitions. There’s plenty of adjustment for the steering wheel and driver’s seat, and the large glass area gives you a cracking view of the road ahead. However, the driving position is very far back from the windscreen, so it’s difficult to judge where the nose of the car begins and ends. The small rear windows also mean your rear view is a bit limited, so don’t go for the entry version because it doesn’t have reversing sensors. The materials used in the cabin feel reasonably robust and solid, but they’re not as posh as those found in some rivals, and many of the switches and buttons lack the reassuring damping of those found in a VW Touran.

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