The two new versions in the “dot com” line will come equipped with two engines, the 1.2 16V petrol, which develops 75 horsepower and the dCi diesel with an output of 75 horsepower. The emissions of the two engines have been brought down to 107g/km.
The two versions of the dot com come equipped with 15 inch Faraway wheel trims, body color exterior mirrors and door handles. As standard, the Modus.com features front and lateral airbags, a trip computer and electric front windows.
At the interior, the French manufacturer will provide evasion cloth upholstery, height-adjustable steering wheel, driver's seat, 40W radio-CD with steering wheel mounted fingertip remote control, manual climate control, height-adjustable steering wheel and driver's seat, 60/40-split sliding three-seat rear bench, ABS and emergency brake assist and smoker's kit.
Of course, there might be some of you who would consider the Renault offer not to be as exciting when it comes to equipment. This is because the Modus.com line will take its place in the Renault lineup as the entry-level version, replacing the former Authentique equipment level. .
“Renault's dot com formula seeks to simplify the act of purchase as much as possible thanks to the availability of bespoke versions at unbeatable prices,” the French manufacturer says. ”Grand Modus.com will be of particular appeal to budget conscious families looking for a compact, versatile MPV.”