The Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic are to be given face lift for the new year. Launched in 2009 the two-model Scenic line-up with be given a contemporary front end, with gloss black and chrome detailing, new rear lights and as standard will feature LED daytime running lights.
There are two new engines for the Scenic 2012 range: 1.2 TCe 115 petrol and a diesel 1.5 dCi 110 68.9 mpg (combined cycle) with a Stop & Start system to improve performance, economy and emission figures.
Other highlights include the introduction of two new equipment items: the Visio System by Renault which assists the driver's vigilance and night-time vision thanks to two key functions. This latest innovation by the French brand combines a lane departure warning system (a camera detects if the drivers strays out of lane and triggers an audible signal) and an automatic headlight function (the same camera detects the lights of nearby vehicles and/or the presence of street lighting to automatically switch from dipped to main beam, and vice versa).
We haven’t pricing and or full specifications but we will keep you fully up to date. Order books will open on the 1st February 2012, ahead of first deliveries in March 2012.
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