2015 renault megane gt line review




2015 renault megane gt line review

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    Paul Gover road tests and reviews the Renault Megane GT-Line hatch and wagon with specs, fuel economy and verdict.

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    Chris Riley road tests and reviews the Renault Megane GT-Line Premium wagon with specs, fuel economy and verdict.

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    The interior built quality is great, better than most cars you'd find with a heftier price tag. Doesn't sound bad for a eco car - although I really haven't seen many of these meganes around. But seriously if you want to appreciate what this car can do take it on some windy hilly roads. Hidden behind the wheel are the audio volume controls.

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    2015 renault megane gt line review

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    Limited rear legroom; audio-control hidden behind the wheel. Having spent some time in the latest GT-Line hatch, we can understand the French brand's upbeat expectations for its new Megane hatch and wagon line-up here.

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    There are no fewer than 17 variants in the revitalised Megane family range. They are all well-priced, generally well-kitted and drive particularly well. We chose the GT-Line hatch with its impressive new 1. While the entry-level 'Authentique' Megane models are pretty bland and uninspiring inside the doors, the same cannot be said for the GT-Line. The first thing you notice is the quality look to the seats; with contrasting black leather and lighter-grey cloth-inserts, they are every bit as good as they look.

    As well as the leather, there is a stylish blend of plastics and tasteful chrome highlights. Surfaces generally are appealing to the touch, and the sense is of a quality, well-built interior.

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    For front-seat passengers, the beautifully crafted and bolstered seats are a stand-out feature. However, rear-seat comfort is severely hindered by a lack of leg room if the front-seat occupants are tall and have the seats pushed well back. Headroom is also a little tight there. That said, the rear sear - at least for the outer two occupants - is pretty comfortable and lightly bolstered for added support. While the entry-level Megane Authentique is a tad skimpy for standard features, the GT-Line comes with something of a smorgasbord.

    Stand-out features include automatic dual-zone climate-control, fog lights, hill-start assist, electric mirrors, cruise control, inch alloy wheels, satellite navigation with a seven-inch touch screen, an automatic parking brake, hands-free entry and start, and automatic headlights and wipers.

    The Megane GT-Line hatch is not exactly class-leading when it comes to storage. While there is a reasonable litres of boot space under the hatch, inside there are some storage shortcomings. Another omission is no roof-mounted sunglasses holder - a feature we see in many cars sold in this country today. There are however pockets on each of the four doors, map pouches behind the front-seat backs, a smallish glovebox and an equally smallish bin beneath the front centre arm rest.

    2015 renault megane gt line review

    There is also a small but handy under-floor bin in the boot and a small 'secret storage' under the driver's feet. While the ride is sporty and handling is very good, there is enough compliance and suspension travel to be a comfortable day-to-day driver. The combination of an outstanding seat with plenty of adjustment and a great-to-hold leather-wrapped sports steering wheel with height-and-reach adjustment means it is easy to quickly dial in the perfect driving position and start feeling at one with the car.

    It has ample power for joining fast-moving traffic, and will kick-down and get around safely when overtaking. While the dual-clutch transmission has a manual-shifting mode for the console-mounted shifter, we would prefer to also have found steering-wheel-paddles.

    Renault Megane 2015 Review



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