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A five-star Euro NCAP rating for the new Renault SCENIC

The new Scenic has achieved Euro NCAP’s highest score of five stars for passive safety which rates the structural elements and equipment that protect occupants when a collision cannot be avoided.

 

Twenty years after inventing the world’s first compact MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) with the Scénic – which has since sold to the tune of almost five million units and which was named European Car of the Year in 1997 – Renault has completely overhauled its offering in this segment with the fourth generation of its iconic model.

At the same time, the new Grand Scenic carries over the hallmarks that helped to forge its success, namely versatility, space, user-friendliness and travelling enjoyment.

The new SCENIC range provides a choice of six diesel engines, mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or
to six- or seven-speed EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) automatic transmission, plus two petrol engines which drive
through a six-speed manual gearbox.The new SCENIC has achieved Euro NCAP’s highest score of five stars for passive safety which rates the structural elements and equipment that protect occupants when a collision cannot be avoided.

 

Twenty years after inventing the world’s first compact MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) with the Scénic – which has since sold to the tune of almost five million units and which was named European Car of the Year in 1997 – Renault has completely overhauled its offering in this segment with the fourth generation of its iconic model.

At the same time, the new Grand Scenic carries over the hallmarks that helped to forge its success, namely versatility, space, user-friendliness and travelling enjoyment.

The new SCENIC range provides a choice of six diesel engines, mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or
to six- or seven-speed EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) automatic transmission, plus two petrol engines which drive
through a six-speed manual gearbox.

 The new SCENIC has achieved Euro NCAP’s highest score of five stars for passive safety which rates the structural elements and equipment that protect occupants when a collision cannot be avoided.

 

Twenty years after inventing the world’s first compact MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) with the Scénic – which has since sold to the tune of almost five million units and which was named European Car of the Year in 1997 – Renault has completely overhauled its offering in this segment with the fourth generation of its iconic model.

At the same time, the new Grand Scenic carries over the hallmarks that helped to forge its success, namely versatility, space, user-friendliness and travelling enjoyment.

The new SCENIC range provides a choice of six diesel engines, mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or
to six- or seven-speed EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) automatic transmission, plus two petrol engines which drive
through a six-speed manual gearbox.