Renault pre-empts the Christmas sales with the introduction of a new entry-level version of its stunning Renault Laguna Coupe. The Renault Laguna Coupe TomTom is based on the dCi 150 with the addition of Renault's innovative Carminat TomTom system, automatic parking brake and stylish satin chrome centre console.
Priced from just £19,995 on-the-road, the Renault Laguna Coupe TomTom represents a saving of over £2,100 compared to the previous entry-level version when equipped to a similar level.
As befits a luxury coupe, standard equipment levels are already impressive. The Renault Laguna Coupe TomTom also includes Arkamys 3D Sound 140W audio system with MP3 CD reader and Bluetooth, 18" 'Interlagos' alloy wheels, eight airbags, automatic lights and wipers, dual zone climate control, electric heated door mirrors, MP3 player connection, rear parking sensors, Super Fold rear seat system and xenon headlights.
As well as its generous equipment list, the Renault Laguna Coupe TomTom offers ample opportunity to tailor versions to individual tastes through several options including cruise control with speed limiter (£250), metallic paint (£395), Multi-functional TunePoint (£175), hands free card (£250) and tyre pressure monitor (£250).
The stylish Renault Laguna coupe undercuts its rivals, the BMW 320d SE by a significant £8,535 (£28,530 OTR) and Peugeot 407 Sport HDi 163 by £2,995 (£22,990 OTR).
The new Renault Laguna Coupe TomTom is available to order now with first deliveries due in January 2010.Published 1 December 2009