Sunday, December 26, 2010

2011 Renault Megane Coupe Cabriolet Reviews

New Renault Mégane GT and GT Line stand out by their sporty styling cues both interior and exterior body design. 2011 Renault Megane Coupe GT interior design, the GT Line and GT versions share several sporty appointments with Renault Mégane RS: front seats with additional lateral support on the seat back and cushion, aluminums-faced pedal set, dashboard incorporating analogue rev-counter. The more exclusive Renault Mégane GT is available with either of the Mégane range’s two most powerful turbocharged engines: the petrol TCe 180 or the diesel dCi 160.
New Megane Coupe-Cabriolet rounds off the renewal of the New Megane family in style with introduction of the line-up`s sixth body type.

New Megane Coupe-Cabriolet`s occupants benefit from the thrills of unruffled open-top motoring in all conditions.

The driver is treated to a carefully thought-through environment and conveniently positioned controls which carry over solutions previously employed for New Megane Hatchback and New Megane Coupe:
- controls clustered either around the steering wheel or on the centre console,
- height- and fore/aft-adjustable driver`s seat (through 70mm and 240mm respectively),
- position memory for front seats, after being tipped forward,
- reach and height-adjustable steering wheel (through 45mm and five degrees respectively).

This elegant car also boasts the new Carminat TomTom integrated satellite navigation system right across the range. The old Megane CC wasn’t really a car for drivers.

2011 Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Reviews And Pictures
The Megane Coupe boasts a sports chassis as standard as well as the technical equipment to ensure you enjoy the safest of rides. "2011 Renault Megane Coupe"-Cabriolet Reviews And Pictures Also in the Megane range is the Sports Tourer, Coupe Cabriolet and Hatch, all with the style, fuel efficiency and safety features that the Renault brand is renowned for--2011 Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Reviews And Pictures--Simply because he was driving a pretty car.

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