Renault Grand Scenic Introduction
Renault Grand Scenic All You Need to Know

Now in its third generation, the new Grand Scenic is larger and more practical than ever before. Offering seating for 7 and a range of useful practical features throughout the new Grand Scenic is the perfect family car.

Travelling Comfort

The new Grand Scenic’s interior has been designed with families in mind with a modular cabin with many useful family-friendly features.

You will find a wealth of storage spaces in the Grand Scenic’s cabin, with up to a total of 63-litres of space, including four underfloor storage compartments and the Easy Life sliding centre console. The centre console offers front passengers an illuminated storage area, armrest, two USB ports, an SD card slot, audio jack socket along with a 12-volt power supply while rear passengers get a further two USB ports, an audio jack socket as well as their own dedicated storage space.

In the second row of seats you will also find Renault’s Easy Life folding tables. When in use, these provide space for table computers of different sizes while when folded there is a small storage space. The new Grand Scenic also features integrated sunblinds for the rear windows.

The Grand Scenic is 24cm longer than the Scenic and offers 765 litres of luggage space in the boot with the third row of seats folded. The 60/40-split second row of seats and be independently slid forwards and backward to adjust luggage and passenger space to meet your requirement. Folding the rear seats to create a flat load area couldn’t be simpler with just one press on the R-Link touchscreen or by using the controls found in the boot.

Passenger comfort has not been neglected with seats similar found in Renault’s top-of-the-range Espace (not available in the UK) and 8-way electrical adjustment of the driver’s seat as well as heated seats available on selected models. Certain models are also available with a fixed panoramic sunroof for an even brighter cabin.

An Elegant, Fluid Silhouette

The All-New Renault Grand Scenic features Renault’s latest design signature, with fluid lines and elegantly sculptured sides, with front-end styling inspired by the Kadjar SUV crossover. To ensure the new Grand Scenic stands out as much at night as it does during the day it features a unique LED lighting signature with a 3D effect in the rear lights.

Two-tone paintwork is available on selected models with a choice of grey or black roof, windscreen pillars and door-mirror housing covers lending the Grand Scenic a modern, sophisticated look. New Grand Scenic's launch colour, Vision Brown, is unique to the model.

Probably the most striking features of the new Grand Scenic are its 20-inch wheels - standard on all models across the range. The style of the wheels can be further enhanced by a range of rims and inserts called ‘add-ons’. However, practicality has not been sacrificed in the search for good looks. The sidewalls of the tyres are the same depth as those found on the 17-inch wheels of the previous generation Grand Scenic meaning that ride comfort has not been compromised. Furthermore, the wheels have been designed to be lighter with excellent aerodynamics leading to lower fuel consumption.

New Renault Scenic R-Link
New Renault Scenic Parking Assist
New Renault Scenic Heads Up Display
New Renault Scenic Engine
New Renault Scenic Hybrid Assist

Advanced In-Car Technology

The New Grand Scenic is packed with the latest in-car technology. Central to this is the R-Link multi-media system. Offering an 8.7-inch portrait touchscreen display, it is the central hub for most of the car’s controls, including audio, driver’s aids satellite navigation and climate control management, and operates the same way as a smartphone or tablet. R-Link also includes voice recognition allowing you to operate many of the car’s controls safely without ever taking your eyes of the road.

New Grand Scenic also features Multisense driving modes allowing the driver to tailor the responsiveness of the accelerator and engine, steering feel, speed of gear changes (EDC automatic models only) and the colour of the interior ambient lighting to suit their mood or driving conditions.

The new Grand Scenic is available with a retractable full-colour head-up display. The screen displays current speed, navigation information and driving aids which can be viewed by the driver without ever having to take their eyes off the road.

A full range of safety technology is available on the new Grand Scenic. In a first for the segment, Active Emergency Braking with pedestrian detection is fitted as standard across the range. Operating at speeds between 5mph and 37mph the car can automatically apply the brakes if a collision is about to occur. In addition to this, a vast array of safety technology is available including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, reversing camera, front, side and rear parking sensors and hands-free parking functionality.

An Extensive Engine Range

Whatever your driving style or the kind of driving you do, with a choice of four diesel and two petrol engines, the new Scenic features an engine to suit your needs.

Available in either 115PS or 130PS power outputs the new Scenic’s turbo charged petrol engines offer responsive performance a low engine speeds, quiet and refined progress as well as low fuel consumption with both engines offering 46.3mpg on the combined cycle.

The diesel engine options available include the dCi 110, dCi 130 and dCi 160. All diesel engine come fitted with a 6-speed manual gearbox while the dCi 110 and dCi 160 versions can be specified with a 6-speed EDC automatic gearbox. Emissions from the standard diesel engines in the Scenic start from as low as 104g/km CO2 while fuel consumption starts from only 70.6mpg on the combined cycle.

The dCi 110 engine is also available with Renault's Hybrid-Assist technology. This improves emissions by between 8 and 10% while fuel economy on the combined cycle improves from 71mpg to 80mpg when compared to the standard dCi 110 engine while also boosting torque under certain conditions. This is achieved by harvesting energy usually lost when braking and storing it in a 48V battery which can be used to power the car’s electrical systems and power a 10kW motor to assist the diesel engine.

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Exterior LED daytime running lights
Boot Capacity 765-litres of luggage space with the third row of seats folded
Heating & Ventilation Automatic dual zone climate control

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