- Special edition Laguna Coupé's free nav
- £2100 saving over previous dCi 150
- Entry level Mégane Sport Tourer
Renault has introduced two high-value editions to its Laguna Coupé and Mégane Sport Tourer ranges offering savings for customers.
The Laguna Coupé dCi 150 costs more than £2000 less than the previous version of the car with optional Carminat TomTom navigation, but fnow eatures the sat-nav system as standard.
Priced at £19,995 on the road, the car also features integrated Bluetooth, 18-inch alloy wheels, eight airbags, automatic headlights and rain-sensing windscreen wipers, dual-zone climate control, electric heated door mirrors, MP3 player socket, rear parking sensors and xenon headlights.
The Laguna Coupé TomTom is available to order with first deliveries due in January.
Customers can also add options to the model, cinluding cruise control with speed limiter (£250), metallic paint (£395), multi-function TunePoint (£175), hands-free card (£250) and tyre pressure monitor (£250).
Meanwhile the Mégane Sport Tourer is now available in an entry-level Extreme version with either a 100bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine or 86bhp 1.5-litre diesel.
It costs £1000 less than equivalent Expression models, and comes with air conditioning, electronic stability control and electric front windows. Prices are £14,935 on the road and £16,685 on the road for petrol and diesel respectively.