The French based automaker Renault has recently revealed the facelifted versions of the 2012 Scenic and Grand Scenic, coming with both exterior and interior changes, along with two new engines.
According to the car manufacturer, the 2012 Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic facelifts have a new front fascia with restyled taillights and updated wheels, along with some minor interior changes like the new upholstery or the optional Bose audio system. Besides these, the facelifted version of the 2012 Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic also come with the Visio, a system which includes a lane departure warning system and automatic headlights, along with the hill-start assist which is now becoming standard.
“The revised front end is both modern and status enhancing, while Scenic’s new rear lights add a particularly dynamic touch. The upgrade continues with the availability of LED daytime running lights, gloss black features and chrome, plus a new range of wheel trims and aluminum alloy wheels. Grand Scenic’s more horizontal front-end lines and longitudinal roof bars contribute to the model’s even more imposing looks. The range also features two new body colors: Grenat Red and Majorelle Blue”, as the manufacturer says in the official press release.
Renault has also fitted the two models with two new engines, the Energy dCi 110 which is developing a total output of 108 horsepower and has a peak torque of 260 Nm (192 lb-ft), averaging 4.1 liters / 100 km while emitting 105 g/km of CO2. A slightly more powerful version has also been added which is generation 128 horsepower and burns 4.4 liters of fuel every 100 km with CO2 emissions of 114 g/km. The Scenic starts at 21.350 EUR and the Grand Scenic costs 24.850 EUR in France.