Continuing its inexorable product offensive, Renault has now released UK pricing for the new Renault Laguna 2010 range, ranging from £16,795 to £25,650.
Featuring a new 'GT' sport look for the core-selling versions in the Hatch and Sport Tourer ranges, the new Renault Laguna 2010 also introduces several new equipment features and ten eco2 versions. Emphasising the increasing growth of Renault's eco2 programme, all eligible versions of the Renault Laguna 2010 will feature its badging, as well as the label as part of their full model name.
The new Renault Laguna 2010 range offers 38 versions across four distinct trim levels: Expression, Dynamique, TomTom Edition and Initiale.
On the new Renault Laguna 2010 range, two diesel engines are available as part of Renault's eco2 label: dCi 110 and dCi 150 FAP. Representing around 20% of sales in 2008, the dCi 110 has proved to be a real success. Appreciated for its fuel efficiency (a 745-mile range on a single tank with combined fuel economy of 57.6 mpg) and low CO2 emissions, it still delivers performance which belies its engine size (240 Nm of torque). Emitting only 130g CO2 per km, it gives clear advantages to retail and fleet customers from both an environmental and tax perspective.
A new Navigation and Multimedia Offer
Two satellite navigation systems are available in the Laguna 2010 range. The best offer in its class for price and function, the Carminat TomTom navigation system is now available on the Renault Laguna 2010 as an option at £450, and as a version in its own right, TomTom Edition.
The 3D navigation system (DVD), is still the flagship offer, fully integrated in the dashboard (7" colour screen) with joystick control, plus 6-CD changer, MP3 compatibility, voice recognition and Bluetooth.
The Renault Laguna 2010 features as standard the 3D Sound by Arkamys with Bluetooth and MP3 connection (RCA socket), as currently seen on the Renault Laguna Coupe. The Bose Sound system will be available in early 2010, delivering the finest sound quality on offer. Like its sister Coupe, the Renault Laguna 2010 will also offer the Multi-functional TunePoint with USB and iPod connections.
All the interiors have been improved in the Renault Laguna 2010 range. Quality has been enhanced thanks to the use of satin paints (centre console and inserts) and harmonious colours.
On the entry-level Expression, carbon is the dominant colour. On the outside, the door handles and lateral moldings are body coloured and the window surrounds are finished in chrome.
The sport-oriented GT look taken from the previous GT version, is now fitted as standard on Dynamique and TomTom Edition versions. The more aggressive look includes: GT front bumper with air intakes, black surround headlights, smoked rear lights, pearl black door mirrors and twin chrome exhausts (except 2.0 16V 140 and dCi 110 eco2).
The Dynamique versions also benefit from higher equipment levels, with dual zone climate control, automatic parking brake, auto lights and wipers, rear parking sensors, satin chrome centre console, 3D Arkamys sound, Bluetooth and MP3 connection (RCA). In addition, a Premium Pack, costing £1,200, is available, providing electric and heated Alcantara sports seats, aluminium inserts and pedals.
Initiale remains the flagship of the Renault Laguna 2010 range with luxury features including full leather upholstery, electrically adjustable and heated seats with memory, Xenons with directional headlights, front and rear parking sensors and wood interior detailing.Published 28 May 2009