What should I look for in a used Renault Laguna estate?
The third-generation Laguna has faired well in terms of reliability, with owners generally pleased with its performance.
However, although the cabin feels solid and well built, there have been instances of bits of trim breaking or working loose. The areas around the doors appear particularly vulnerable, so check them carefully.
Previous-generation Renault Lagunas have suffered a number of reliability problems. Axle, suspension and electric faults account for around 60% of all issues and, although the current car shows no signs of being as susceptible, you should still give these areas a thorough examination.
The Laguna is a popular company and fleet car, but don't let that put you off. Most are cared for and well maintained, just make sure the service history is up to date.