French manufacturer Renault has unveiled the pricing structure for the new Scénic and Grand Scénic models that are on sale from December.
Starting in the Expression+ trim, the Scénic starts at £21,445, whilst the larger seven-seat Grand Scénic has a starting price of £23,375.
The rejuvenated MPV is in its fourth generation, and from the base level Expression+ trim, drivers get lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition and automatic high/low headlight beam as standard.
Also fitted is the active emergency braking system and pedestrian detection as standard, which is a first in the MPV sector.
Also coming in the Dynamique Nav, Dynamique S Nav and Signature Nav trim levels, the models can be fitted with adaptive cruise control, blind spot and safe distance warnings, hands-free parking and 360-degree parking sensors.
Optional packs are also available to be fitted to the models, such as the safety pack, parking pack premium, leather pack premium and Bose pack. All the packs can be fitted the vehicles except for the entry-level Expression+ trim.
Available from March 2017 will be the Hybrid Assist models, which use the 110hp diesel unit alongside a 48-volt battery to help reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency.
Orders for the latest Renault MPV open on December 1st with deliveries shortly following later that month.
Written By Jack Healy