Renault Laguna range revised
* Sportier looks * GT models dropped * Prices have increased...
Renault's revised Laguna range is available to order now, with sporty make-overs and fewer versions.
The line-up for the hatchback and Sport Tourer estate now consists of Expression, Dynamique, TomTom Edition and Initiale models, with a total of 38 possible combinations of engine and trim.
The sporty GT model with its sophisticated four-wheel-steering system, has been dropped, but Dynamique and TomTom Edition models now get its sporty looks, with new bumpers, door mirrors and lights. The interior trim and colours for all versions have also been revised.
The dCi 150 version has revised steering, engine settings and gear ratios that cut emissions from 158g/km to 139g/km, which drops it four categories for company car tax. It also qualifies it to wear Renault's 'eco2' badge, which is awarded to all sub-140g/km cars.
Renault's Carminat TomTom system is a new option, at just 450. Alternatively, the TomTom edition models feature it as standard, for a 360 premium over the equivalent Dynamique models.
Prices have increased by between 350 and 800, with first deliveries expected from early July. The Laguna Coupe range is unchanged.
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