Only in principle, for the French market, Renault launches marketing of the most exclusive versions of its compact MPV, the Scénic Y Grand Scénic. Initiale Paris with surname, already used in Espace, Clio, Koleos and Captur, Renult distinguishes these versions that will reach the dealers neighboring country during September.
The Renault Scénic and Grand Scénic Initiale Paris incorporated the distinctive elements specific wheels 20 "a different from other versions of the range grill, LED headlights, black or bicolor body amethyst no charge... The objective with its exclusivity and refinement is a new path in the segment, for which the interior is also characterized the most. To give a touch of elegance pursued, the guard door steps has the logo Initiale Paris, as the Nappa leather upholstery serial. This material is also used in the shifter or steering wheel, also recorded; while the multimedia screen has a specific chrome finish.
As for functional equipment, Scénic and Grand Scénic Renault Initiale Paris feature seats with electrical regulations, massage function or surround headrest. The rest corresponds to what is included in the finished Intens both models, which among other things is the Bose, screen color head-up display or Easy Park Assist, he semi-automatic parking system.
Among its options are the panoramic roof, the warning system inadvertent lane change or seats in the third row for the Grand Scénic. Also a range of specific colors.
This elegant finish will be available in two body styles, both 130 hp engines petrol and diesel, the 1.6 dCi and 1.6 TCe; as with the version of 160 hp the latter, although in this case always linking it to the EDC dual-clutch gearbox.
The price of the cheapest of them, the Renault Scénic TCe Initiale Paris will be 33,200 euros. It costs 36,300 euros in France and 38,800 euros Diesel version with the most powerful gasoline engine and change EDC. In the case of Grand Scénic, always with five seats as standard, the price increase is 600 euros compared to previous prices.
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