- Six trim levels
- Lots of standard equipment
- Something to appeal to all
The Megane Sport Tourer has the same trim level line-up as the hatch and is largely in line with other Renault models. That means Expression+ kicks off the range, moving up to Dynamique Nav, Dynamique S Nav, Signature Nav, GT-Line Nav and tops out at GT Nav.
Standard Renault Megane Sport Tourer equipment
The Megane Sport Tourer range kicks off with Expression+ trim, but it’s still generously-equipped for the money. It comes with:
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- LED daytime-running lights
- DAB radio
- Bluetooth phone connectivity
- Cruise control
- Tyre-pressure monitoring
- Electric windows all-round
Step up to Dynamique Nav for:
- Automatic lights and wipers
- Rear parking sensors
- Digital speedometer
- A 7.0-inch landscape touchscreen
- Dual-zone climate control
- Keyless entry
- Renault’s Multi-Sense driving modes
- Ambient lighting
- Visio Pack – this adds lane-departure warning, traffic sign recognition and automatic high beam
Dynamique S Nav steps it up a notch with:
- Parking sensors all-round and a reversing camera
- 17-inch diamond-cut alloys
- Darker tinted rear windows
- An 8.7-inch portrait touchscreen
For more luxury, Signature Nav comes with:
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- LED headlights
- Black leather upholstery
- Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
- Nappa leather steering wheel.
If you want sporty looks but the availability of all engines, you’ll want GT-Line. It has:
- Sportier GT-specific bumpers
- Unique 17-inch alloy wheels
- Sports seats
- GT-Line badges around the car with silver trim on the mirrors and rear diffuser
GT Nav sits at the top of the range with the same bodykit of the GT-Line, but adds:
- 18-inch alloys
- 4Control four-wheel steering
- Renault Sport door sills
- Parking camera, as well as front and rear parking sensors
- 8.7-inch R-Link 2 infotainment system.
Renault Megane Sport Tourer optional extras
Renault has bundled the majority of optional extras into packs to keep things simple, some of which are available on particular trims only. Examples include:
- Parking Pack Premium – hands-free parking, 360-degree parking sensors and blindspot warning
- Safety Pack Premium – adaptive cruise control, distance warning and autonomous emergency braking
- Horizon Pack – sunroof and auto-dimming mirrors
- Look Packs – differs between models but makes the car look like the trim above
- Bose Pack – Bose sound system upgrade
- Alcantara Packs – two different options available on GT-Line and GT Nav trims
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Renault Megane Sport Tourer.
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:
|Equipment included on some trim levels|
Dynamique Nav equipment
|Dynamique Nav standard equipment|
|Dynamique Nav optional equipment|
Dynamique S Nav equipment
|Dynamique S Nav standard equipment|
|Dynamique S Nav optional equipment|
|Expression+ standard equipment|
|Expression+ optional equipment|
GT Line equipment
|GT Line standard equipment|
|GT Line optional equipment|
GT Line Nav equipment
|GT Line Nav standard equipment|
|GT Line Nav optional equipment|
GT Nav equipment
|GT Nav standard equipment|
|GT Nav optional equipment|
|Iconic standard equipment|
|Iconic optional equipment|
|Play standard equipment|
|Play optional equipment|
Signature Nav equipment
|Signature Nav standard equipment|
|Signature Nav optional equipment|
- Not specifically tested by Euro NCAP
- Megane hatch received five stars
- Long list of standard safety kit
The Megane Hatch has strong safety credentials with a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating. As such – and although the Sport Tourer specifically hasn’t been tested – the estate should be a very safe car to drive in.
Adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, blindspot warning, autonomous emergency braking, safe distance warning, traffic sign recognition and automatic high beam assist are all available on the Megane – several of which are standard, too.
We’ve tested cars with most of this equipment fitted and, while it can interfere too much and alter the driving experience, the Megane’s systems are well integrated, easy to use and not normally too intrusive.
- Plenty of room for front occupants
- Most will be comfy in the rear, too
- Taller adults may feel the pinch with headroom
Space in the Megane Sport Tourer isn’t quite up to the standards set by the VW Golf Estate, Skoda Octavia Estate or Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer.
Rear space is better than in the Hatch thanks to a slightly higher and longer roofline, however it’s still quite sloped so taller passengers might be a little tight for space. Legroom is good, though, and front-seat passengers have plenty of room to stretch out too.
Naturally, the Sport Tourer is longer than the Megane Hatch on which it’s based, but it doesn’t feel too unwieldy to drive. It’s not too long, nor too wide, so using it around town proves no issue when it comes to narrow roads or tight car parks, plus the availability of all-round parking sensors and self-parking aids this further.
Boot space is 521 litres with the rear seats in place – which is almost exactly the same as the car it replaced. This trails the VW Golf Estate’s 605 litres, the Skoda Octavia’s 610 litres and the Vauxhall Astra Sport Tourer’s 540 litres. Access is good though, thanks to a low, wide opening.
With the rear seats folded, space increases to 1,504 litres. It’s easy to fold them thanks to levers in the boot, while the parcel shelf can be stowed beneath the boot floor, which itself can be adjusted to a lower level if preferred.
There’s also a neat divider that pops up from the boot floor to split the front and back of the boot to avoid items sliding around too much.
How does the boot space compare?
Check the table below to see how the Renault Megane Sport Tourer compares to other similar cars in terms of available boot space.
|SEAT Leon ST||587 litres|
|Renault Megane Sport Tourer||580 litres|
|Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer||540 litres|
|Volkswagen Golf Estate||343 litres|