Based on the Expression trim, the special edition comes with an array of extra features, at the same price as for the regular version. Renault probably didn't spend much on the exterior changes it brought to the model, but the extra features are sure to make the anniversary model a great choice in these times of crisis.
Setting the model apart from the production version are first and foremost the exterior styling with several Dark Metal details, as well as the interior finish and a panoramic opening sunroof. The model will be available in six metallic and non-metallic body colors: Glacier White, Cassiopee Grey, Platine Grey, Opalin Blue, Etoile Black and Pearlescent White.
The equipment level of the Scenic has been upgraded with the addition of an electronic parking brake, rear parking sensors and Carminat TomTom Live navigation. Below is the full list of features:
- Rear parking sensors
- Carminat TomTom Live (Grand Scénic)
- Dark Metal foglamp trims and rear licence plate trim
- 16-inch Surround wheels
- Premium Pack (panoramic opening sunroof + extra-tinted rear glass)
- Sliding central stowage unit
- Dark Metal exterior mirrors and door handles
- Sunblinds for second row seats
- Forward-tipping passenger seat forms a table
- Dark Charcoal ‘Pleven’ upholstery; leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear lever knob.
Under the hood, the model can come with the same engines as the regular version does. Customers have a choice of only diesel engines, with power output ranging from 95 to 130 horsepower.
Prices for the model start at EUR 25,550 for the Scenic dCi 95 eco2 and can reach as much as EUR28,850 for the Energy dCi 130 eco2.