The French based Renault carmaker has presented the all-new 2017 Renault Estate ahead the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the model being closer to joining its sedan brother on the market, this spring.
There aren’t many information concerning the wagon version, except for some minor details with reference to the car`s the body style. The model is considered “elegant and sporty” as it sports the chrome trim on the side windows and C-pillar, or the C-shaped lighting signature up front.
Apart these distinctive features, the model will also come with updated bumpers with larger air inlet, honeycomb mesh on the radiator, chrome exhaust tail pipe or aggressive rear diffuser. The top of the line Megane GT will also receive the matte-finish anodized aluminum roof bars with Dark Metal Color.
In terms of driving dynamics, the 2017 Renault Megane Estate will feature the 4CONTROL technology (four-wheel steering wheel) which ensures “precise, dynamic handling on twisty roads and generates genuine driving pleasure.”
In the engine department, the all-new Megane Estate is likely to carry over the engine lineup from the Megane Hatch, meaning that you would get to choose between three gasoline burners and three diesels, such as the TC1 100, 130 and 250, dCi 90, 110 and 130 respectively.
The 2017 Renault Megane Estate will be officially presented to the public at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, on Hall 4, next Tuesday.