Renault Scenic Pricing Unveiled

There's a fierce battle right now in the United Kingdom, a market in which automakers challenge one another with all kind of market strategies supposed to their sales figures. The best example is Renault who recently announced the new Scenic prices, saying that the new model is priced better compared with its direct competitors.

According to a report by, the cheapest five-seat Scenic will be priced at 13,595 pounds and goes as high as 22,295 pounds for the top-of-the-range version. The revised range includes three new engines and transmission, as it follows: 1.4 TCe 130, 2.0 VVT 140 CVT and 2.0 dCi 160 FAP.

Obviously, the French manufacturer has already started an aggressive marketing campaign, saying that its entry level is much more affordable than its closest rival, the Ford C-Max. Basically, the cheapest Scenic can be purchased for 2,000 pounds less than its competitor, which is a fairly important advantage in such a difficult economic environment.

The Scenic range will rely on no less than eight engines, with maximum output ranging between 85 and 158 bhp. There are both gasoline and diesel configurations, with most engines particularly focused on CO2 emissions and fuel economy. The new Scenic is expected to hit the showrooms in July.

"As the pioneer and best-selling model of its class for more than a decade, Scénic has long been Europe's favourite compact MPV, with total sales reaching 3.3 million units since its launch in 1996," Renault said in a release.

"New Scénic builds on the strengths that helped forge the success of the model's first two generations to deliver even more cabin space and greater comfort for all occupants, as well as handling performance comparable with that of a saloon car. It has also benefited from the extensive experience of Renault's Douai (France) factory which was also responsible for the production of the first two generation Scénics."
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