High safety and equipment levels, comfortable to drive
Not as practical as the hatch, can be tricky to sell on, reliability problems
The Megane Saloon is rare in offering a relatively wide choice of engines, although still not quite as many as the hatchback. It's a less popular than other versions of the Megane in the UK because smaller saloon models are less sought-after. It also lacks the distinctive appearance of the hatch which is a significant part of that car's appeal. A 2006 facelift resulted in very slight changes to the front and rear lights, bumpers plus minor revisions to the engine line-up.
It remains a good choice for those seeking safety and generous equipment levels who really must have a saloon.