Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160 pictures

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Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160

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  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160
  • Renault Grand Scenic 1.4 TCe 130 Dynamique & 2.0 dCi 160

Martin Daler

May 8, 2009, 6:41 pm

VW do a 7-speed auto box in the Touran with their 1.4 petrol turbo engine.

J 2

May 8, 2009, 8:37 pm

They do indeed...with a starting price in excess of £20,000. It's a DSG box, which is nice, but £20k is still an awful lot of money for a glorified 1.4l Golf. As per the review, price gauging for autos appears to be pretty standard procedure in this part of the market.

Martin Daler

May 9, 2009, 3:13 am

You can quite easily pay more than £20,000 for a 1.4 Golf, so maybe £20k for a 1.4 Touran isn't so bad? You need to clarify the difference between what we tend to think of as a 1.4 engine (about 80hp), and these here 1.4 engines giving about 140-160hp, about what you would expect from a normal 2.0 engine, but without the 2.0l CO2 and mpg.

J 2

May 10, 2009, 12:51 am

Yes, you can easily pay much more than £20,000 for a 1.4L Golf. But when you consider that the GTI starts at £22k, I'm not sure why you'd want to. As good as the 1.4L TSI engine is, the 160PS version makes for a very expensive car. In the regular Golf there's also a 122PS detuned version starting from £15k which looks like much better value and makes decent torque (148lb/ft vs 177lb/ft), which is what really counts for that sort of car. The version in the Touran sits in between at approx 140PS / 160lb/ft, just to really confuse matters.

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