Renault Megane smuggling denied by Iran
Renault introduces Megane GT
|...LONDON, October 31 (IranMania) - Iran's Ministry of Industries and Mines has denied reports that Renault Megane cars have been smuggled into the country, Iran Daily reported. “We have not received any report confirming this,“ said Qader Soleimani, the ministry’s director general for...
|...Renault has introduced a Megane GT, which will sit between the Dynamique and Renaultsport 225. Prices start at £16,170 for the Sport Hatch GT 2.0 Turbo 165, with a top speed of 137 mph. Sporty equipment includes a bodykit, lowered and stiffened suspension, front sport seats, leather sport steering...
|The Renault Megane is a compact automobile made by Renault. It is offered in several bodystyles; a hatchback, sedan, coupe, convertible and station wagon. It also forms the basis of the Renault Megane Scenic mini-MPV.
The first Megane was unveiled in the fall of 1995, and was intended as a replacement for the Renault 19. The car was essentially a reskin of its predecessor, and carried over the 19's floorpan, engines, transmissions and chassis design, albeit with much modification. 1997 saw the introduction of the Megane Scenic MPV. Taking its name from a Renault concept car which was shown in 1988, the Megane further developed the new corporate styling theme introduced by Patrick Le Quement on the Laguna, most notably the "bird-beak" front grille - a styling cue borrowed from the legendary Renault 16 of the 1960s. As with the 19 and the 11 before it, the Megane was produced in Renault's Douai plant in northern France.