Renault officially unveiled the Scenic Lounge Edition, a better-equipped version of the French model. Main features of the new Scenic Lounge include 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome inserts, automatic rain sensors, electric mirrors and cruise control.
Inside, buyers will benefit from dual-zone climate control, reversing camera, park assist, two 7-inch display part of the R-Link system and an electronic parking brake.
Even more, you can opt for the Family Pack which adds some handy features such as sun blinds, under-seat drawers and a child surveillance mirror.
Under the hood, the new Renault Scenic Lounge comes with a single TCe petrol unit producing 130 horsepower and three dCi diesels with outputs from 110hp to 130hp.
“Scénic Lounge and Grand Scénic Lounge are ideal for family journeys thanks to their in-dash connected Renault R-Link multimedia tablet complete with European mapping,” says the company.
Pricing for this special edition starts at €27,200, respectively €31,200 for the Grand Scenic Lounge.