The Fluence has pretty much the same dash as the Megane, aside from a few different lights on the instrument panel to give you information on what’s going on with the drive system. The stereo controls are confusing, but the driver’s seat has lots of adjustment, but there’s no reach adjustment on the steering wheel. Visibility is pretty good, though.
Renault Fluence Saloon space & practicality
The four-door saloon body gives you plenty of space in the cabin - there’s enough room in the back for two adults to fit comfortably. The boot is very small, though, because most of it is taken up by the car’s massive battery pack. The space is deep and wide, but not very long.
Renault Fluence Saloon equipment
The Fluence comes with lots of luxury kit, including 16-inch alloy wheels, climate control, cruise control, built-in TomTom navigation, and charging sockets on both front wings. More trims are likely to follow later on.