More a 5+2 MPV than a true seven-seater, Classy styling that stands out from the crowd Upmarket interior with family-friendly features
back Finance
Hot Deal
Price Alert
  • Type New vehicle
  • Make Renault
  • Model Grand Scenic
  • First registration 02/2019
  • Mileage 40 km
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Engine size 1500 cc
  • Power 108 hp
  • Gearbox Automatic
  • Number of seats 5 + 2
  • Doors 4/5
  • Color Grey
  • Emission Class EURO5
  • Vehicle Type People Mover 7 Seater
  • Reference ID WJ1638801162
  • Comfort
    Auxiliary heating
    Electric heated seats
    Electric side mirror
    Electric windows
    Seat ventilation
  • Interior
    Floor mats
    Leather seats
  • Exterior
    Xenon headlights
  • Safe Driving
    Fog lamp
    Parking sensors
    Power Assisted Steering
    Rain sensor
    Traction control
  • Car Safety
    Central locking
  • Others
    Cruise control
    Daytime running lights
    MP3 interface
    Navigation system
    On-board computer
    Rear view camera
    Start-stop system
Vehicle Description

Rental Price Start : 

  • $1980.00 per month for min. 60 months Car Subscription Rental,
  • $2180.00 per month for 48 months,
  • $2380.00 per month for 36 months,
  • $2480.00 per month for 24 months ($1920.00 total rebate when you sign up)

1.5L Turbo-Charged Diesel Engine, 108 BHP, 7 Speed EDC Auto, Airbags, ABS, Traction Control, Keyless Entry/Start/Stop, Electric Folding Rear Seats. View specs of the Renault Grand Scenic Diesel (2018) Accessories Panoramic Roof, 20" Sports Rims, Leather Seats, Dual-Touch Screen Audio System With Reverse Camera/GPS/Apple CarPlay, All Round Sensors, Fog Lights.

Overall verdict

"The Renault Grand Scenic is a stylish take on the MPV formula. As a five-seater, it’s as good as any car in its class, with a flexible interior, large boot and long list of standard equipment. You also get the benefit of two extra seats and massive 20-inch alloy wheels as standard."

The seven-seat MPV is dead, long live the seven-seat SUV. Okay, so rumours of the death of the MPV have been greatly exaggerated, but there’s no doubt that the SUV is the car of choice for dedicated followers of family fashion.

Which might explain why Renault decided to give the Grand Scenic such an eye-catching makeover. Four years on from its launch, it remains one of the best looking cars in its class. Renault even took the bold step of fitting 20-inch alloy wheels as standard across the range.

In common with many of its rivals, the Renault Grand Scenic would be best described as a ‘5+2’ MPV, rather than a full seven-seater. The third row is a little tight, even for children, but the seats are fine for occasional use.


Contact Details