Renault Scenic Used  For Sale Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
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Renault Scenic Used For Sale Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Stroud, Gloucestershire.


Renault Scenic was the first mini MPV a five seater with a higher seating position and loads of passanger and luggage space. Drives well lots around and fairly cheap. 1.5 diesel is powerful enough and economical low tax bands and refined.

Vehicle Information

Tax Band:  E 120.00
Insurance Group:  5
Number of Previous Owners:  0
Fuel Type:  Diesel
Co2 Emissions:  135
BHP:  84
Max Speed:  103
Combined (mpg):  55.00

Vehicle Features

Air Conditioning
Climate Control
Alloy Wheels
Radio/CD Player
Remote Central Locking
Parking Sensors
6 Airbags
Electric Windows
Electric Mirrors

Renault Scenic Used  For Sale Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Stroud, Gloucestershire.



3 out of 5 stars

Review-OnRoad Petrol fans can choose between a 109bhp 1.6 and a turbocharged 1.2 with 114bhp. However, most buyers will prefer diesel power, and both choices are good ones. There’s a 109bhp 1.5-litre unit that comes with or without stop-start, and it offers reasonably eager performance. The 128bhp 1.6 turbodiesel offers more grunt.

  • Ride & Handling

    3 out of 5 stars

    Review-OnRoad The Scenic’s steering has a rather artificial feel, but body roll is well controlled for such a tall car and there’s plenty of grip. Ride comfort is more important than sharp handling in an MPV, though, and the Scenic is starting to feel a little old and uncultured on that score – there’s a jittery, unsettled feel at all speeds.

  • Refinement

    3 out of 5 stars

    Review-OnRoad The Scenic isn’t exactly raucous, but it’s not the quietest MPV around, either. There’s a bit of wind and road noise to be heard on the motorway, and you’ll hear the suspension clunking over urban potholes. The engines are pretty quiet, but with the diesels, you do feel a wee bit too much vibration coming through the pedals.

    Buying & Owning

    4 out of 5 stars

    Review-Ownership Family motoring should be good value and that’s what the Scenic offers. List prices are competitive and big savings will be possible with a bit of haggling, although these have to be weighed against comparatively weak resale values. The clean and fuel-efficient range of engines means running costs are good.

    • Quality & Reliability

      2 out of 5 stars

      Review-Ownership Renaults are a mixed bag quality-wise. The cabin has quite a posh feel at first glance, but on closer inspection, the quality of one or two panels lets things down. The assembly is very sturdy, though. Traditionally, Renault hasn't performed brilliantly in reliability and customer satisfaction surveys, but in the 2012 JD Power survey, the Scenic scored reasonably for reliability.

    • Safety & Security

      4 out of 5 stars

      Review-Ownership Every model has intelligent front airbags (which deploy by a differing amount depending on the severity of the impact), plus front side airbags, and curtain airbags that run the full length of the car. Stability control is standard, too. The numerous cubbyholes around the cabin can be used to keep valuables away from prying eyes. You also get deadlocks and a fully integrated stereo.

      Behind The Wheel

      2 out of 5 stars

      Review-Ownership There’s lots of adjustment to help you get comfy, but that’s about where the good news ends. Rear visibility isn’t great, and the system that controls the radio and Bluetooth functions is a mess of poorly-marked controls and overly complicated menus. What’s more, you lose half of the information displayed on your digital instrument cluster every time you use the radio.

      • Space & Practicality

        3 out of 5 stars

        Review-Cabin All five seats are surrounded by a decent amount of head and legroom, and the three individual second-row seats can be slid, reclined, folded and tumbled independently of one another. However, the back seats have to be lifted out completely to free up the car’s maximum cargo space. In other, more user-friendly rivals, this involves simply folding them flat into the floor.

      • Equipment

        4 out of 5 stars

        Review-Cabin The Scenic comes in just one trim level – Dynamique TomTom, - but it comes with all sorts of luxury goodies. Alloy wheels, Bluetooth, cruise control, automatic lights and wipers and (yep, you guessed it) TomTom satellite navigation are all provided as standard. Also standard is a four-year warranty that includes free servicing and roadside assistance for the same period.