Renault Scenic 1.3 TCE 140 Signature 5dr Estate (2019) at Renault Bury

01617 178 923

£18,500

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Feature includes Panoramic fixed glass sunroof with electric sunblind, Satellite navigation system with colour, 7.0 inch display, touch screen, 3D and voice and traffic information, R-LINK 2 8.7-inc touchscreen,FM/AM/DAB tuner, Bluetooth,USB and AUX sockets, Arkamys 3D sound, Eight Bose speakers including subwoofer, Bluetooth includes phone connection and music streaming, Automatic air conditioning with two climate control zones, Central door locking, Cruise control, Stability controlsystem, Front and rear radar-type parking distance sensors, LED low beam LED high beam headlights with ellipsoidal lenses, Electronic traction control, and plenty more.

30/03/2019

3000

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Feature includes Panoramic fixed glass sunroof with electric sunblind, Satellite navigation system with colour, 7.0 inch display, touch screen, 3D and voice and traffic information, R-LINK 2 8.7-inc touchscreen,FM/AM/DAB tuner, Bluetooth,USB and AUX sockets, Arkamys 3D sound, Eight Bose speakers including subwoofer, Bluetooth includes phone connection and music streaming, Automatic air conditioning with two climate control zones, Central door locking, Cruise control, Stability controlsystem, Front and rear radar-type parking distance sensors, LED low beam LED high beam headlights with ellipsoidal lenses, Electronic traction control, and plenty more.

General

Badge Engine CC: 1.3
Badge Power: 140
Based On ID: N
Coin Description: TCE
Coin Series: Signature
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 16E
Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 12
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 3
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: 90
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: 82
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 5
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 67
NCAP Safety Assist %: 59
Service Interval Frequency - Months: 12
Service Interval Mileage: 18000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Emissions - ICE

CO2 (g/km): 135
HC+NOx: N
Particles: N
Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft: DOHC
Catalytic Convertor: True
CC: 1330
Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
Cylinders: 4
Cylinders - Bore (mm): 72.2
Cylinders - Stroke (mm): 81.3
Engine Code: H5H 450
Engine Layout: FRONT TRANSVERSE
Fuel Delivery: DIRECT INJECTION
Gears: 6 SPEED
Number of Valves: 16
Transmission: MANUAL

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg): 47.1
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
EC Extra Urban (mpg): 54.3
EC Urban (mpg): 38.2
WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb: 6.8
WLTP - MPG - Comb: 41.5

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs): 10.1
Engine Power - BHP: 140
Engine Power - KW: 103
Engine Power - PS: True
Engine Power - RPM: 5000
Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 177
Engine Torque - MKG: 24.5
Engine Torque - NM: 240
Engine Torque - RPM: 1600
Top Speed: 121

Test Cycles

Emissions Test Cycle: NEDC Correlated

Tyres

Alloys?: True
Tyre Size Front: 195/55 R20
Tyre Size Rear: 195/55 R20
Tyre Size Spare: TYRE REPAIR KIT
Wheel Style: EXCEPTIO|N
Wheel Type: 20" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height: 1653
Height (including roof rails): N
Length: 4406
Wheelbase: 2734
Width: 1866
Width (including mirrors): 2128

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 52
Gross Vehicle Weight: 2019
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 506
Max. Loading Weight: 490
Max. Roof Load: 80
Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 1800
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 750
Minimum Kerbweight: 1529
No. of Seats: 5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb: 11.18

CHANGE OF SCENERY (new2) 11/03/2016

The fourth generation Renault Scenic is aiming to reinforce its position as the compact MPV to choose. Jonathan Crouch reports on the improved range.

Ten Second Review

Renault's fourth generation Scenic range marries sleek sophisticated looks and clever technology in a surprisingly desirable family 5-seat MPV. This car's range of more efficient engines now includes a frugal new 1.3-litre Tce 140 unit and an uprated 1.5-litre Blue dCi 120 diesel and all the powerplants stack up well on the balance sheet. Plus this People Carrier remains nicely built, safe and very well equipped. All very good reasons to keep it well in contention against key rivals in the five-seat compact MPV segment.

Background

The Scenic has been one of Renault's biggest contemporary success stories, selling over 4.5 million units since its launch in 1996. It's been especially popular here in the UK, filling the number one spot in the MPV sales charts for many of those years, but in more recent times has been overtaken by the likes of the Ford C-MAX in the affections of British buyers. Hence the need for this completely redesigned fourth generation model. Here, the design is far more stylish and driver-centric than before, plus there's more space and storage inside along with more sophisticated infotainment technology. Improved petrol and diesel engines will tempt those in search of ultimate efficiency too. Sounds promising doesn't it?

Driving Experience

You wouldn't normally approach a drive in an MPV with much enthusiasm, but with its big 20-inch wheels and purposeful demeanour, this fourth generation Scenic promises to be a bit different. In reality, there's nothing particularly enjoyable on offer here, but bodyroll through the bends is pretty well controlled, aided by the stiff, sophisticated 'CMF' platform this Scenic rides upon. And the electrically-assisted steering is precise and direct, even if it doesn't offer up a great deal of feel. As for the ride, well yes, it is quite firm, but no more so than it would be in a rival Ford C-MAX or Volkswagen Golf SV that would roll on much smaller rims. That's an impressive achievement Renault says has been made possible by the adoption of special 107mm high profile tyre sidewalls that are exactly the same as those you'd find used on 17-inch wheels. The bulk of sales will to the recently improved 1.5-litre dCi diesel engine, which now puts out 120hp. Don't dismiss the alternative petrol engine option though if you're a lower-mileage buyer. It's a 1.3-litre TCe turbo unit that develops 140PS and is well worth a look. There's some trendy technology to cheer you along the way too, in the form of a selectable drive mode system called 'Multi-Sense', one of those able to alter steering feel, throttle response, stability control settings and, where fitted, auto gearchange timings, all to suit the way you want to drive. Heck it even changes the engine note and alters the colour of the dashboard lighting in an effort to put you in either a more relaxed frame of mind or perhaps a sportier mood.

Design and Build

The styling is based on Renault's R-Space concept car, key features like the steeply-raked windscreen and short bonnet heightening the elegance of its MPV silhouette. Uniquely, big 20-inch wheels are fitted to all versions. At the same time, the three-part screen combines a panoramic view with improved side vision. At the front, there's a distinctive lighting signature. Depending on version, the C-shaped front headlights benefit from LED PURE VISION technology, while Edge Light technology provides the taillights with a 3D effect. As before, the mainstream Scenic range comes in two sizes: this standard Scenic with five seats. And a Grand Scenic body style with seven seats: it's the standard version we look at here, a car that claims best-in-class stowage capacity. The boot of this fourth generation model boasts a volume of 572-litres and around the car, there's total additional stowage capacity of 63 litres. Take the 'Easy Life drawer', which faces the front passenger seat and offers a storage area of 11.5-litres. That's three litres more than a conventional glove box. Lit and chilled, it opens via an electronic sensor and automatically locks when the vehicle stops. Plus, as before, there are four underfloor compartments. In the back, this Scenic is equipped with folding tables that open to reveal a small storage area that can accommodate a mobile phone, a gaming console or perhaps crayons, whilst it is also possible to attach electronic tablets of different sizes. The two USB ports at the rear of the centre console mean electronic devices can be used without time restraints.

Market and Model

Prices sit in the £21,500 to £26,000 bracket, with the usual premium of £1,800 if you want the longer Grand Scenic seven-seat bodystyle. There's the choice of three trim levels - 'Play', 'Iconic' and 'Signature'. A key included safety feature is the AEBS 'Active Emergency Braking System' which also has a Pedestrian Protection feature. Lane Keeping Assist and a Fatigue Detection system are additionally being offered. Along with Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, a Safe Distance Warning system, 'Traffic Sign Recognition with Over Speed Prevention' and Blind Spot Warning. Buyers can also specify a reversing camera, automatic dipped and main beam headlights, front, rear and side parking sensors and Easy Park Assist hands-free parking. Higher-end versions are equipped with Renault's advanced 'R-LINK 2' infotainment system, complete with an 8.7-inch screen. Here, you get voice recognition for the navigation system, telephone use, apps and radio. There's also the option of a full-colour head-up display system that projects key driving information onto the bottom of the windscreen. And Renault also hopes it can tempt buyers into paying more for a desirable 11-speaker BOSE Surround Sound audio system.

Cost of Ownership

The Scenic may no longer have the lowest running costs in its class but they're still impressively low for a car of this size. The efficiency champion will be the 1.5-litre Blue dCi 120hp diesel model which should return 57.7mpg on the combined cycle and 129g/km of CO2. As for petrol power, well the 1.3 TCe engine manages 47.1mpg and 137g/km. As you would expect, all Scenic models are aided in achieving their figures by a Stop & Start system that cuts the engine when you don't need it, stuck in traffic or waiting at the lights. All well and good, but if we were potentially buying this model, one of our concerns might be that the big 20-inch wheels would eventually require big, pricey replacement tyres to go with them. Renault says that won't be the case, the brand having been working with major tyre manufacturers to ensure that replacement rubber for this model won't cost any more than it would if the car was running on more usual 17-inch rims. Another aspect of purchase that should please you lies in the fact that you won't be fobbed off with the basic three year / 60,000 mile warranty that most rivals offer. All Scenic models come with a much more complete four-year / 100,000-mile warranty that includes emergency breakdown recovery. There's also three years' worth of European cover as part of this package.

Summary

Renault's fourth generation Scenic is here to remind us that there's still a place for the traditional five-seat compact mini-MPV in a modern market stuffed with other, more high profile alternatives. It's practical, spacious, well built and decently equipped, as every car of this kind must be, but in this case, each of these criteria has been ticked off with a thoroughness that reminds you just who invented this market sector in the first place. Is it all enough to keep the market's original five-seat mid-sized MPV as the best choice for frugal families? Perhaps. Many might be surprised at just how thoroughly this French contender can now meet their needs. One thing's for certain. As a more versatile spin on spacious five-seat family motoring, the Scenic model line has a lot of life in it yet.

SPACE RACE (family) 03/09/2010

Introduction

Is five seats enough in an MPV? June Neary thinks the fourth generation Renault Scenic will have enough practicality for most.

Will It Suit Me?

There's a school of thought that says an MPV isn't a proper MPV unless it's got extra seats. The argument goes that a normal family hatchback can seat five with a reasonable boot behind, so there's little point in paying extra for an MPV to do a broadly similar job. Some manufacturers subscribe to this viewpoint, only doing their compact MPVs in seven-seat guises, but Renault has both the seven-seat Grand Scenic and the five-seat Scenic on its books. Where the doubters would say the Scenic has little more practicality than a Megane hatchback, the Scenic counters with easy access, a plethora of handy design touches and a 572-litre boot. Touche. For my part, I've previously found the various versions of the Scenic to be fairly uninspiring but at the same time, I've found it hard not to appreciate the way they cater for the different demands of family life. It's immediately apparent that the latest MK4 model version is a major step forward from the cars that preceded it, with Renault having been particularly successful in improving the fit and finish in the cabin. Today's Scenic feels a very classy proposition from the seat behind the wheel and on first impressions, seems very easy to like.

Practicalities

The mainstream Scenic range comes in two sizes, standard and Grand. In terms of styling, most of the changes to the fourth generation range have centred around freshening up its image. Uniquely, big 20-inch wheels are fitted to all versions. At the same time, the three-part screen combines a panoramic view with improved side vision The interior is where the magic happens in any MPV and the Scenic models lay on lots of space and versatility. Take the 'Easy Life drawer', which faces the front passenger seat and offers a storage area of 11.5-litres. That's three litres more than a conventional glove box. Lit and chilled, it opens via an electronic sensor and automatically locks when the vehicle stops. Plus, as before, there are four underfloor compartments. In the back, this Scenic is equipped with folding tables that open to reveal a small storage area that can accommodate a mobile phone, a gaming console or perhaps crayons, whilst it is also possible to attach electronic tablets of different sizes. The two USB ports at the rear of the centre console mean electronic devices can be used without time restraints. There's a massive array of storage options in the Scenic with a total of 92-litres available. Under-floor compartments, under-seat drawers, a chilled glovebox, centre console cubbies, door pockets and trays on the seat backs should help to keep the family's paraphernalia in check. There are also three 12-volt power sockets to keep the all-important games consoles and MP3 players topped up. It appears that Renault has thought of everything. Safety is of paramount importance to family buyers and few manufacturers can match Renault's reputation in this area. Its models routinely achieve maximum five-star ratings from Euro NCAP and the Scenic is brim full of features designed to avoid collisions and protect occupants should one occur. A key new safety addition this time round is the AEBS 'Active Emergency Braking System' which also has a Pedestrian Protection feature. Lane Keeping Assist and a Fatigue Detection system are additionally being offered. Along with Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, a Safe Distance Warning system, 'Traffic Sign Recognition with Over Speed Prevention' and Blind Spot Warning. Buyers can also specify a reversing camera, automatic dipped and main beam headlights, front, rear and side parking sensors and Easy Park Assist hands-free parking.

Behind the Wheel

The taller, bulkier dimensions of compact MPV products don't lead you to expect the same kind of sporty driving experience offered by the family hatch that spawned them but Renault has applied much of the chassis technology found under its Megane to the Scenic. From behind the wheel, you can feel that this is a taller vehicle as it leans a little more in corners but the Scenic feels very stable for a compact MPV and it excels on the comfort front with a cosseting ride that deals adeptly with bumpy surfaces. Economy is obviously important for a functional family vehicle but the Scenic's engines also need the performance to move a fully-laden vehicle with a bit of spirit. The bulk of sales will go on the dCi diesel engines which develop 95 or 110PS in 1.5-litre form, or 130 or 160PS in 1.6-litre guise. The best seller will be the 1.5 110PS dCi variant and this derivative is also being offered with clever 'Hybrid Assist' technology. Hybrid Assist functions with a 48-volt battery, enabling the electric motor to support the internal combustion engine, which remains in continuous operation. So far so practical. There's also a very attractive 1.2-litre TCe turbo petrol unit in 115 and 130PS guises which is well worth a look if you don't cover such big mileages.

Value For Money

Pricing sits in the £21,500 to £30,000 bracket, so it helps that the standard specification is these days pretty complete. Higher-end versions are equipped with Renault's advanced 'R-LINK 2' infotainment system, complete with an 8.7-inch screen. Here, you get voice recognition for the navigation system, telephone use, apps and radio. There's also the option of a full-colour head-up display system that projects key driving information onto the bottom of the windscreen. And Renault also hopes it can tempt buyers into paying more for a desirable 11-speaker BOSE Surround Sound audio system.

Could I Live With One?

I'd agree with Renault that the five-seat Scenic is much more than a family hatch with more headroom. It's a far more family-friendly package that not only has more space but makes that space usable too. An extra pair of seats will always be a desirable option for some but if you can't foresee an eventuality where you'd need to seat six or seven, the standard Scenic will be a fine choice.

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