2013 Renault Laguna Collection review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 24 April 2013 , 17:04:59 byEmil

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Renault Laguna Collection

French model, Renault Laguna has been on the market for 6 years now, and it is almost asking for a replacement. The carmaker thinks that this can wait and for the moment, it offered a mini makeover and a lot of new technologies for this year on its entire range. To be more precise, we are talking about the lift-back, the estate and also the coupe versions. Some of the modifications include the EDC dual-clutch automatic transmission and the R-link touch screen infotainment unit.


The new Laguna models will receive a revised front-end design as well. In the gallery below we can see at the end of the Laguna and the Laguna Estate ELD daytime running lights which improve the dynamism of the model both during the day and during the night. The Coupe version of the Renault Laguna has received them a bit earlier. According to the press release, the Renault Laguna Collection 2013 offers the best of automotive technology for maximum driving enjoyment.


Usually, when looking to buy a car, the first thing that pops into your mind is the fuel consumption. The Collection 2013 receives power from a 2.0-liter diesel that has three states of tune. It can produce 130 PS, 150 PS and also 175 PS. The engine is offered with EDC.


The coupe version receives power from a 1.5-liter DCi mated to 6-speed dual clutch automatic transmission capable of returning 4.3 liters per 100 km and of emitting 113 g/km of CO2. For the interior, French specialists have offered a 7-inch touch screen infotainment system and also a Bose sound system that comes with a centrally mounted loudspeaker. This is actually a really interesting element as it manages to reproduce rich, realistic bass frequencies throughout the cabin. In case you are interested in owning one of these bad boys, please know that it book orders for it are set to commence at the end of this month. Deliveries will begin at the middle of June.