Renault Laguna Hatchback Prices | Part Two

Renault Laguna Hatchback

Renault Laguna Hatchback

Many of the engine and transmission options are available across the whole New Laguna range, allowing customers to choose their trim level easily in line with their preferred fuel type, economy and emissions needs. The only differences to this are that the 1.5 dCi 110 engine and 2.0 dCi 130 engines are available in Expression and Dynamique, while the 2.0 dCi 150 Auto FAP and 2.0 16V 170 Auto are reserved for Dynamique models and above. Further engines are likely to be added in 2008.

Six-speed gearboxes are standard across the range, for both the automatic and manual versions.

Impressive equipment levels as standard

In keeping with the New Renault Laguna’s aims to be in the top three for product and service quality, standard equipment levels are high for both the Hatch and Sport Tourer.

Core features on the entry-level Expression for both bodystyles includes: 16” alloy wheels, 60W CD-RDS radio with fingertip remote control, air conditioning, alarm (Category 1), body coloured bumpers, door mirrors and handles, driver’s seat with lumbar adjustment, electric windows all-round, electrically heated door mirrors, keyless car with Renault Card and leather steering wheel.

Moving up the range, Dynamique trim adds a sporty edge to proceedings with chrome cabin detailing and figure-hugging front sports seats in charcoal cloth and part leather upholstery with lumbar adjustment. Completing the added comfort and style features for what is expected to be the best-selling version of New Laguna, are a leather steering wheel with flat bottom section, cruise control, front fog lamps, speed limiter and chrome window surrounds which add elegant lines to the car’s already svelte exterior.

A new model for the Laguna range, replacing the former Privilège, is Dynamique S, which emphasises the car’s sporting air even further. On the outside, 17” Spider alloy wheels set the tone for the interior which boasts leather and alcantara electrically adjustable and heated sports seats, and aluminium dashboard and interior inserts. Elsewhere in the cabin, life on board and general ease-of-use is also made even more serene with the addition of an automatic parking brake, automatic headlamps and windscreen wipers and climate control.

Completing the New Laguna range is the elegant Initiale trim level. Pale wood trim and beige full leather upholstery abound in its luxuriously-appointed cabin, packed with technology. Among its hi-tech features are a 120W single CD-radio with MP3 CD reader and Bluetooth™ satellite navigation with full colour screen.

Inside, the top-of-the-range model also benefits from: electrically heated front seats with memory, electrochrome rear view mirror, integrated sunblinds in the rear side and tailgate window (Hatch), rear central armrest with storage and two cupholders, rear reading lights and Renault Hands Free keycard. On the outside, Initiale versions will be distinguishable by their electrically heated and folding door mirrors, front and rear parking sensors and bi-xenon directional headlamps. Metallic paint also comes as standard.

In addition to being one of the most refined cars in its class, New Laguna is also designed to be one of the safest. Its extensive list of active and passive safety features includes: ABS with EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution), Brake Assist, six airbags (front thorax, front lateral and curtain) and R.A.I.D. (Renault Anti-Intruder Device which automatically locks all the car doors when travelling over 5mph). Notably, ESP with ASR traction control also comes as standard

Published 1 August 2007 Melanie Carter

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