The new Dynamique Pack includes 17" Antares alloy wheels, extra tinted glass on the rear windows and tailgate, plus roof bars. When purchased separately these items cost £500, £400 and £250 respectively, but customers save over £500 by opting for the new Expression with Dynamique pack models which cost an extra £670 over the standard Expression model. Orders are already being taken for the new versions with on-the-road prices as follows:
- 2.0 16V - £21,995
- 2.0T 16V - £22,995
- 2.0T 16V Auto - £24,495
- 1.9 dCi 120 - £22,995
- 2.2 dCi 150 - £24,495
- 2.2 dCi Auto - £25,995
The Grand Espace versions cost £1,000 more than their smaller siblings, and do without the entry-level 1.9 diesel and non-turbo 2.0 litre engines.
Espace - the safest and most secure car in its class
The Espace has received numerous awards over the years and its most recent came on 30 June where it won the ‘Large MPV’ category at the British Insurance Car Security Awards (BICSA). As a result, not only is the Espace the best car in its class, it’s also now recognised as the most secure.
Europe’s class-leading luxury MPV gets even better value
Also available with every Espace bought through Renault’s Selections PCP finance scheme is a free ‘Avantage’ pack worth £2,100, which includes panoramic sunroof, six rear sunblinds, front climate control and split opening tailgate.
‘Tune in’ for the latest Espace in-car entertainment options
The Renault Espace is widely regarded as the most luxurious and well specified MPV alternative to the traditional executive saloon. Following the successful launch of the fully integrated DVD system in seat head restraints for new Espace last year, passengers can now enjoy cinema and music entertainment at home or in the great outdoors too with the launch of a new optional portable DVD/MP3 player.
Useable both in and out of the car, the new player is the ideal companion for summer holidays and long journeys, and bound to be a welcome addition for family members and chauffeured passengers in the rear. The new piece of in-car entertainment equipment can play CDs and DVDs as well as being fully compatible with most games consoles, including the PlayStation 1, just in case the younger members of the family, or, "big kids" want to hone their gaming skills while on a long journey. Powered by rechargeable batteries or the car’s cigarette lighter the player comes complete with stereo cord headphones, slimline remote control, headrest fitting bracket and costs £499 including VAT.Published 17 July 2004