Dec 4, 2011
Renault Scenic and Renault Grand Scenic received a facelift treatment. The restyled versions of the two minivans from Renault will debut starting January 2012.
Range of the compact vans from Renault received a refreshing restyle. We are talking of a facelift for Scenic and Grand Scenic, which will debut in the portfolio from January 2012. Thus, in addition to new lines, Renault Scenic Facelift and Renault Grand Scenic Facelift boast with hill start assist, Bose equipment level, daytime running lights with LEDs, two new colors (Grenat Red and Majorelle Blue) and more.
Renault Scenic Facelift and Renault Grand Scenic Facelift photo gallery
Renault Scenic Facelift and Renault Grand Scenic Facelift engine range
The new Renault Scenic Facelift and Renault Grand Scenic Facelift can be ordered with two new engines, called Energy.
These versions have a 1.5 liter dCi engine with 110 hp which emits just 105 g/km CO2 (59.4 US mpg, 71.3 UK mpg) and have a mixed fuel efficiency of 4.1 liters/100 km (68.90 UK MPG, 57.37 US MPG), 12% less than the based versions, and provide 260 Nm at 1,750 rpm, with 20 Nm in addition to the existing 1.5 dCi unit.
The 1.6 liter DCi engine and 130 hp remains in the offer, keeping Renault Scenic and Renault Grand Scenic in the first position for the level of power consumption.
The petrol engines range of Renault Scenic receives a new member, supercharged. It’s called Energy TCe 115 and emits 135 grams of CO2 per kilometer (46.2 US mpg, 55.5 UK mpg) and it is 20% more economical than the 1.6-liter and 110 hp unit it replaces.
List of commands for Renault Scenic Facelift and Renault Grand Scenic Facelift opens on December 1st in France.