Expanding the Scénic range, Grand Scénic is a seven-seater model with a third row of removable seats. Boot capacity is 785 dm3 for the five-seater version and more than 2 m3 when the seats in the second row are folded. In the cabin, the dashboard dials are replaced by an easy-to-read TFT digital colour screen, which can be fully personalized.


Building on the success of Scenic I and Scenic II, and profiting from its unrivalled expertise when it comes to user-friendly interiors, cabin space and travelling comfort, Renault has launched New Grand Scenic (Seven seats) and New Scenic (five seats). New Renault Scenic and New Renault Grand Scenic both feature dynamic, distinctive styling, while their roomy interiors, comfort-related appointments, stowage solutions and high-tech equipment are destined to set new standards in their category.


Renault customers benefit from a choice of two MPVs which each have their own distinctive personalities. New Scenic and New Grand Scenic both feature taut, fluid lines that sweep across the generously-proportioned body panels to exude a sense of dynamism and robustness. Yet while the design of both versions shares an undeniable family likeness with the New Megane line-up’s other models, their profiles are quite different. Like Megane Coupe, New Scenic features a central grille flanked by satin-effect chrome finish air intakes. This sporty feel is reinforced by the headlamps which express the model’s assertive personality. The combination of squat proportions and a length of 4.34 meters points to New Scenic’s dynamism and maneuverability. New Grand Scenic (length: 4.56 meters) is available in seven-seat form. Its proportions and extensive glazed area suggest similarly generous cabin space and the promise of a well-appointed interior. Its boomerang-shaped rear lights produce a lighting signature unique to New Grand Scenic and an industry first for a production model. The lines of these clusters extend forward across the vehicle’s flanks via the waistline to convey an unmistakable sense of dynamism when the car is seen from the side. This impression is further emphasized by the sloping roofline and raked rear screen. In addition to being a hallmark of the different models that make up the New Megane family, these robust, dynamic lines are an eloquent sign of the range’s outstanding road holding ability.


New Renault Scenic and New Renault Grand Scenic both boast extremely modular interiors thanks to the forward-folding front passenger seat and second-row seatbacks Carrying capacity can be further extended by removing the second row seats altogether. The boot space of seven-seat Grand Scenic can be increased thanks to the design of the third row seats which fold away into the floor. With the second row seats removed and the third row seats fully folded, the carrying capacity of seven-seat Grand Scenic exceeds two cubic meters. To ease access for third row passengers, a handle located on the sides of the outer second row seats instantly folds the seatback. At the same time, a small hoist helps tip the seat forward to provide access to the rear seats with just one, quick, simple movement.


New Renault Scenic and New Renault Grand Scenic are available with dual-zone automatic climate control with the same Soft-Auto-Fast mode functions as those first seen on New Laguna and carried over since to the New Megane range. The grand comfort headrests are new for the segment and ensure outstanding support, comfort and safety thanks to their enveloping form, as well as to the range of positions to which they can be adjusted.


New Renault Scenic and New Renault Grand Scenic are available with a significantly renewed range of petrol and diesel engines which combine performance and respect for the environment:

Diesel engines
The diesel engine range spotlights Renault’s ongoing quest to provide its customers with the market’s best trade-off between performance and fuel consumption. The 1.5 dCi, which is widely acclaimed for its combination of performance and driving pleasure, is available in dCi 105 with a  boast CO2 emissions of less than 130g/km.


The New Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic range includes many versions that comply with the criteria necessary to qualify for the Renault eco² signature. Renault eco² vehicles are ecological and economically affordable:

  • Manufactured in ISO 14001-certified factories, in this case Douai, France. ISO 14001 certification is a measure of a site’s efforts to reduce its impact on the environment, available with a choice of engines that either emit less than 130g of CO2/km
  • 95 per cent of their mass is recoverable at the end of their useful life, while almost 14 per cent of the plastics they contain is sourced from recycling (average weight of recycled plastics: 34kg)

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