/2011 Renault Megane GT Line For UK

2011 Renault Megane GT Line For UK

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To make the new Megane more interesting for the sophisticated British customers, Renault has introduced a new GT Line available for all variants including the hatch, coupe, coupe cabrio, and sport tourer models. In essence, the new GT treatment tries to give the soft and tender Megane a more sporty soul!

So you get stuff like sporty chassis setting, 18-inch wheels, and a mean looking body kit with bespoke badging. Also inside the car, there’s the Renaultsport 250-specification seats with specific GT upholstery and additional lateral support, the 250-style steering wheel, aluminium pedal set and a dark charcoal trim garnished with polished carbon highlights.

Optional equipment you can choose to spec up your car includes metallic paint (£405), Malta Blue or Cayenne Orange i.d. paint (£495), extra-tinted rear windows (£205), dual-zone climate control (£410), heated front seats (£305), electric panoramic sunroof (£615), leather upholstery (£920), bi-xenon headlamps (£665), Carminat TomTom satellite navigation (£460) and the Arkamys 3D sound radio with multifunctional TunePoint (£360).

As for the engine, the GT Meganes can be had with either the TCe 180 petrol or the dCi 160 diesel unit. Both engines are quite capable and very economical.

Pricing for the 2011 Renault Megane GT Line is as follows:

Model CO2 g/km Combined MPG OTR Price
Hatch GT TCe 180 178 37.2 £21,910
Hatch GT dCi 160 155 47.8 £22,975
Coupe GT TCe 180 178 37.2 £22,410
Coupe GT dCi 160 155 47.8 £23,475
Sport Tourer GT TCe 180 178 37.2 £22,910
Sport Tourer GT dCi 160 155 47.8 £23,975

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