Following the introduction of the New Mégane Hatch and Sport Hatch in October 2002, and then the New Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet and New Scénic at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, the fifth and sixth Mégane family members - the New Mégane Sport Tourer and Sport Saloon debuted at this year’s Barcelona Motor Show. Having revealed these six models in only nine months, Renault intends to unveil the seventh member of the New Mégane family – the Grand Scénic – at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2003.
These two new models will allow Renault to broaden its customer base in the C segment and increase its sales internationally, especially in markets that favour these particular body styles. Developed from the outset of the programme, each model exhibits a strong personality within a traditionally conservative segment.
The New Mégane Sport Tourer and Sport Saloon share all the benefits of the New Mégane family in terms of safety, comfort, ride and handling. By offering best-in-class dimensions and top-of-the-range equipment levels, the cars meet the needs of customers seeking cars which combine personality with spaciousness.
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