The 2011 Renault Scenic 15th special edition is aimed to mark the 15th anniversary of the compact MPV and it is highly advantageous for customers due to its additional equipment together with a more dynamic styling. The Renault Scenic was launched in 1996 and was the first compact MPV with a successful career, continuing to top its segment in France with 1.4 million vehicles sold so far.
The special edition version was based on the Scenic Expression and the upgraded exterior featuring several Dark Metal details as well as the refined interior finish with a panoramic opening sunroof, enhance the car's appeal.
The MPV is available for order with a choice of diesel engines with a power output that ranges from 95 to 130 HP, including the dCi 110 EDC and the new Energy dCi 130, which is considered to be the most powerful and most fuel-efficient powerplant in its class.
The special edition version boasts an impressive fuel consumption of 4.4 liters/100 km and CO2 emissions of 115 g/km.
A special edition version Sc?nic to mark the model's 15th anniversary celebrations
It was in 1996 that Renault launched Sc?nic, the first compact MPV to enjoy a successful career. Fifteen years on, the third generation of the model continues to top its segment in France with 1.4 million vehicles sold so far. To celebrate this decade-and-a-half of success, Renault is marketing a special edition version which packs even more equipment and more dynamic styling.
The 15th special edition version is based on Sc?nic Expression. Its appeal has been enhanced thanks to upgraded exterior styling with several Dark Metal details, plus a specific interior finish and a panoramic opening sunroof. With regard to its equipment package, it notably features an electronic parking brake, rear parking sensors and Carminat TomTom Live navigation which provides real-time traffic information.
Six metallic and non-metallic body colours are available (Glacier White, Cassiop?e Grey, Platine Grey, Opalin Blue, Etoil? Black and Pearlescent White) and the MPV can be ordered with a choice of diesel engines, with power output ranging from 95 to 130 horsepower. The list includes both the dCi 110 EDC (124g/km) and the new Energy dCi 130, the most powerful and most fuel-efficient powerplant in its class. Its CO2 emissions are 115g/km, equivalent to fuel consumption of just 4.4 litres/100km.
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