D he Renault Mégane Grandtour shares the front entirely with the hatchback version . The rear view of the Renault Mégane Grandtour is based heavily on the design of the Talisman Grandtour.
Renault Mégane Grandtour adopts well-known Mégane technology
In conjunction with the station wagon body, there is of course a new sideline and a slightly elongated wheelbase. The rear doors have a larger window with a vertical closure. There is also a third side window. The roof line only slopes slightly and ends in a roof edge spoiler. The extremely flat rear lights, which extend far into the tailgate, are striking. The apron is equipped with a chrome exhaust and a diffuser. The basic equipment of the Mégane Grandtour includes an integrated roof rail. The combination version offers a loading space with a volume of 580 liters, the maximum loading length is 2.77 meters.
Seat test Renault Mégane Grandtour
If the Mégane in its compact version seems too narrow for you, you can enjoy the new and 4.62 meter long station wagon version from September . Thankfully, Renault does without gimmicks on the Grand Tour and prefers to use classic combination features. The 580-liter trunk is not only characterized by a low loading sill and a 50-liter underfloor compartment, the floor of the shop is also divided and can even be adjusted vertically. Quite remarkable for a station wagon in this class. Renault probably got the clever detail atNissan copied.
As engine versions for the Mégane Grand Tour There are four turbo diesel and five turbo gasoline variants to choose from, covering the spectrum between 90 and 205 hp. The petrol engines have 100, 130 and 150 hp, the diesels have 90, 110, 130 and 165 hp. A dual clutch transmission is also available for various engines. In addition, a diesel hybrid with a 6-speed manual transmission is to be available for the Mégane Grandtour from 2017.
The new Mégane Grandtour GT is the first station wagon in the compact class to have dynamic all-wheel steering that beats at low speeds the rear wheels in the opposite direction to the front axle, which acts like a shortened wheelbase. At higher speeds, the rear wheels steer in the same direction as the front wheels, which is supposed to increase directional stability.
Renault Mégane Grandtour from 17,790 euros
The Renault Mégane Grandtour can be ordered now. The base price is 17,790 euros for the 100 hp petrol engine. The station wagon will be delivered from September. In the Experience version, the basic price increases to at least 19,290 euros. The Intens equipment variant is available from 23,390 euros. The sporty GT Line is available in the Mégane Grandtour from 25,090 euros. The 205 PS strong GT costs at least 30,190 euros, the Bose Edition based on the Intense equipment costs from 25,590 euros.