Renault announces drive-away pricing across renewed Megane range

Following the release of the Megane Wagon and Sedan, Renault Australia has announced drive-away pricing across the entire new-generation Megane family.

“The whole Megane family is now here and to celebrate, we have announced drive-away pricing across each and every model,” said Mr Justin Hocevar, Renault Australia’s Managing Director.

“The Megane nameplate has a long history in Australia and many fans. There is now a Megane to suit just about every lifestyle.”

With the arrival of the Wagon and Sedan models, Renault Australia recently upgraded the Hatch range to include a suite of driver assistance and convenience technologies. The Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS) comprising of Advanced Emergency Braking (Inter-urban), Lane Departure Waring and Automatic High/Low Beam headlights is available as a factory-fitted option on the Life and Zen variants of the Megane Hatch, as well as the Zen variants of the Wagon and Sedan for $700.

The Megane Hatch GT-Line and GT receive ADAS as standard with the addition of Distance Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). These variants also receive the 8.7 inch portrait orientation capacitive touchscreen for the R-LINK 2 multimedia system.

“Each and every model combines beautiful styling, beautiful technology and beautiful performance in a family that offers three different body styles.

“The high levels of specification that include a number of active safety features, ensure the Megane range is very well equipped to take the sales fight directly to its European rivals in the small segment.

“This new drive-away pricing combined with Renault’s excellent reassurance package of a five year, unlimited kilometre warranty and our Capped Price Servicing programme demonstrates our commitment to ensuring the very best value for money for our customers,” Mr Hocevar said.

The Life, Zen and GT-Line are powered by a 1.2-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine delivering 97kW and 205Nm of torque. All models are mated with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission which Renault calls EDC.

The range topping Megane GT meanwhile features a 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing 151kW and 280Nm of torque. It also gains RenaultSport-engineered suspension for a sportier drive.

2017 Renault Megane driveaway pricing



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