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Renault Grand Scénic driving report: French Touran alternative

Hans-Dieter Seufert
Renault Grand Scénic DCi 110 in the driving report
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W he compact van in Germany says, mostly means VW Touran, but the division was founded by Renault Scénic. Now the old master has been upgraded again in design and technology, for example with the new Renault Grand Scénic Energy dCi 110 model based on the 1.6-liter basic diesel with 110 hp.

It should be particularly stingy, graphically animates cautious driving style. But if you don't feel like it, you can also have an analog tachometer imported. On this, the virtual needle preferably dances around 2,500 rpm, where the four-cylinder delivers sufficient torque and pushes the 1.6-ton Renault Grand Scénic Energy dCi 110 forward with momentum.

Renault Grand Scénic for everyday use and Travel

The good running culture recommends it for everyday use and travel as well as the airy space of the 21 centimeter longer Renault Grand Scénic. In the back there are three or five adjustable but tightly cut individual seats. There are plenty of shelves on board, and the trunk holds up to 2,083 liters.

Handling and comfort of the Renault Grand Scénic Energy dCi 110 create a 'satisfactory', and the steering reacts better than before, but a synthetic touch remains. The suspension could also respond more gently and parry long waves more fully. Not bad, but noticeable. However, this shouldn't prevent anyone from flirting with the French Touran alternative.

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