Large boot, useful practicality, frugal engines, easy to drive, high safety rating
Not pleasant to drive, overly assisted steering feel
The Grand Modus is Renault’s answer to the versatile Nissan Note. It’s slightly longer than the standard Modus and offers greater boot capacity, though both cabins are similar in size. The Grand Modus caters well for family buyers – with some clever storage solutions and child-friendly features – while older drivers may appreciate its elevated driving position, easy access and added practicality.
The engine choice isn't huge but does include the economical 1.5 dCi which is also used in the Clio.