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Renault UK Pricecut

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Despite the remarkable VAT hike imposed by UK government for 2011, Renault announced price reductions abound for much of its range, up to £2,000. The cars that get a pricecut in this program include Clio, Megane, Laguna and Grand Espace.

These are the key models in the UK market and Renault has cut the price of the most popular trim levels and engines, so more people will be able to buy their car at the same sort of price as last year, or even lower, in spite of the increased VAT rate.

Many list prices of best-selling versions lower than October 2010, including:

  • Clio Expression 1.2 16V 75 £790 off
  • Mégane Coupé Dynamique TomTom 1.4 TCe 130 £1,060 off
  • Mégane Hatch Dynamique TomTom 1.4 TCe 130 £1,055 off
  • Laguna Hatch Dynamique TomTom 2.0 dCi 150 £1,415 off
  • Grand Espace Dynamique TomTom 2.0 dCi 150 £2,050 off

What’s more, as a sort of Christmas present, Renault has also increased equipment specification at no extra cost. As a prime example of the added value, the svelte Laguna Coupé GT Line TomTom now boasts fully-integrated Carminat TomTom satellite navigation as standard, previously a £460 option, on top of the £1,970 price cut for the dCi 180 version.

Model October 2010 MRRP January 2011 MRRP Saving
Clio Expression 1.2 16V 75 £11,040 £10,250 £790
Grand Modus Dynamique 1.2 TCe 100 £13,300 £12,695 £605
Mégane Coupé Dynamique TomTom 1.4 Tce 130 £19,055 £17,995 £1,060
Mégane Hatch Dynamique TomTom 1.4 TCe 130 £18,555 £17,500 £1,055
Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT Line TomTom 2.0 dCi 160 £26,330 £24,580 £1,750
Mégane Sport Tourer Dynamique TomTom 1.4 TCe 130 £19,555 £18,315 £1,240
Grand Scénic Expression 1.6 VVT 110 £17,970 £17,650 £320
Laguna Hatch Dynamique TomTom 2.0 dCi 150 £21,700 £20,485 £1,415
Laguna Coupé GT Line TomTom dCi 180* £26,970 £25,000 £1,970
Grand Espace Dynamique TomTom 2.0 dCi 150 £28,600 £26,550 £2,050
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