The newest Estate version of the compact Megane is close to arrive in French showroom with a price tag starting from 19,900 euros.
Renault had two world premieres during the Geneva Motor Show this year, one of them being a new model to replace the previous generation Megane Sport Tourer. The new Estate body style is set to arrive in French showrooms this summer, while the ordering book will be opened next week, at the beginning of June. With a starting price of 19,900 euros (22,250 dollars) for the version powered by the Energy TCe 100 engine mated to a manual gearbox, the model comes with four equipment levels, namely Life, Zen, Business and Intens. If you wish the get yourself noticed, the flagship Megane Estate GT version offers the 4CONTROL four-wheel steering system – the first compact segment station wagon to have – an Energy TCe 205 engine with EDC dual clutch automatic transmission for 32,800 euros (36,674 dollars).
There are currently seven options available for the new Megane Estate. The Petrol ones include the Energy TCe 100 (with six-speed manual gearbox), Energy TCe 130 (six-speed manual) and Energy TCe 130 (seven-speed EDC dual clutch automatic transmission), while the diesel offering consists of the Energy dCi 90 (with six-speed manual gearbox), Energy dCi 110 (six-speed manual), Energy dCi 110 (six-speed EDC dual clutch automatic transmission) and the Energy dCi 130 (six-speed manual). Following shortly after the market launch, the Energy dCi 165 EDC engine driving through six-speed EDC dual clutch automatic transmission will also be launched.