Renault Megane Convertible
The Renault Mégane is a small family car produced by the French automaker Renault since 1995. People can choose from 3-door and 5-door hatchback, sedan, coupé, convertible and station wagon body styles. It was based on the Renault 19, with the same floorpan, engine, transmission, and chassis design, but modified from its predecessor. The Mégane further developed the new corporate styling theme of the Renault Laguna, which had the "bird-beak" front grille.
Mégane I (1995-2002)
Renault offered the Mégane I with the Renault E-type ("Energy") engine in 1.4 L, 1.6 L, 1.8 L, and the F-type unit in both 1.9 L diesel and 2.0 L petrol, together with 16-valve derivatives. In 1997, the Mégane Scénic compact MPV was introduced. In 1999, the Mégane I facelift brought a modified grille, more advanced safety features, more equipment, and a wider variety of 16-valve engines.
Mégane II (2002)
In 2002, the Mégane II was a complete revamp of the model with an entirely new design inspired by the Renault Avantime. Popular in Europe, the car was voted European Car of the Year in 2003 and achieved a 5-star safety rating in the EuroNCAP crash tests. The Mégane RenaultSport version of the 3- and 5-door hatchbacks have a turbocharged petrol 2.0 L 16v engine producing 225 hp. The model range also includes a 4-door saloon/sedan (Sport Saloon), a five-door estate (Sport Tourer/Grandtour) and a retractable hardtop Mégane Coupe-Convertible. Replacing the old Mégane Scenic is available in short- and long-wheelbase models, the latter offering seven-seat capacity. The coupé-convertible features an innovative folding glass roof mechanism built by Karmann.
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