Presented at the middle of this summer, the Sedane version of the Renault Megane is now demanding a new moment of attention to details that have been previously missed.
The most interesting part about the update of the story told of the French four-door compact model has to do with the range of engines offered, which consists of two gas engines and three diesel engines.
In another words people who are planning to go home with a Renault Megane Sedan will have, for starters, an aspirated 1.6-liter unit and 115 hp.
It is available for sale both with a manual 5 speed gearbox as well as with a CVT automatic transmission, the average consumption ranging between 6.3 and 6.6 liters per 100 kilometers.
Next on the list of options is the turbocharged 1.2-liter version which delivers to the front axle, exclusively through the EDC dual-clutch, somewhere around 130 horsepower.
Leaving the engines accompanying the four-door French compact behind, we turn our attention to diesel engines which customers can choose and notice that the menu starts with Energy dCi 90 diesel engine.
Short and to the point, we are talking about a 1.5-liter unit and, of course, 90 hp, which works with a manual transmission with six speeds or needs 3.7 liters for a 100 kilometers distance.
The Renault Megane Sedan Energy dCi 110 also has a propeller of 1,461 cc found, noting that in this case we can talk about 110 horsepower, as the name suggests.
Also, the clients of this version can choose between a manual gearbox or an automatic EDC type – both with a total of six speeds; the verage fuel consumption is 3.7 liters for 100 kilometers regardless of the transmission.
At the end of the list we find a 1.6 liter engine and 130 horsepower that comes bundled with a six-speed manual transmission gearbox, but this time, the average fuel consumption is 4 liters per 100 km.
As for the most sexy, four-door compact ….well … one’s taste cannot be questioned, but more than 70 new photos of the Renault Megane Sedan know how to highlight the successful aesthetics.