The Laguna's leasing rates are competitive, while low emissions strengthen its appeal for company car drivers, particularly if you opt for the 1.5-litre turbodiesel. The standard three-year warranty covers 100,000 miles, but resale values are weak. Service intervals are variable, depending on how each car is driven, but you can expect around 18,000 miles between visits to the dealer.
Renault Laguna quality & reliability
There can be few complaints about the quality of the interior. Plush materials compliment an attractively designed dash, while slick switchgear and a solid assembly add to the upmarket feel. On the downside, Renault has a poor record in customer satisfaction surveys, and the Laguna finished second to bottom in its class in the 2010 JD Power survey.
Renault Laguna safety & security
The Laguna is as safe as any car in its class. It achieved a maximum five-star rating in Euro NCAP crash tests, and you get six airbags and electronic stability control as standard, with rear chest airbags optional. Deadlocks and an alarm protect the car against thieves, and the doors automatically lock above 5mph to further boost security.