The new Grand Scenic Bose is available with the 1.6 dCi (130bhp ) stop & start and is a great family car option.
While the new Scenic range starts from €23,990 ex-works, the Grand Scenic Bose edition 1.6 stop & start edition has a price tag of €32,390 (+ options ). The new 1.6 dCi engine falls under Tax Band A, qualifying for the lower road tax which is rare enough for a vehicle in the MPV segment.
This Bose audio system is specifically designed for Scenic, which Renault says “gives a unique acoustic experience close to that of a live performance”. Every seat has Bose speakers, so no one is left out.
The 1.6 dCi 130 Stop & Start boasts 20 per cent better fuel consumption than its former 1.9 dCi 130 stablemate, together with greater performance and even lower emissions, enhanced everyday safety with 5 Star EuroNcap crash test rating, six airbags, ESP as standard, Isofix system, etc. Renault says: “Making life for drivers as hassle-free as possible and maximising the wellbeing for those on board continues to be priority.”
Both Renault Scenic and Grand Scenic are manufactured in northern France, where the French carmaker says they benefit from the most exacting production standards to guarantee the highest level of quality.
The Scenic tops its segment in Europe, with sales in excess of 400,000 examples since the launch of the current generation at the end of 2009. Almost 20,000 Renault Scenics have been put on Irish roads since 1996.
A Renault spokesman told the Advertiser that potential buyers can also purchase a new Grand Scenic Bose version from Renault Finance and get a five years unlimited mileage warranty.