Driven: Renault Megane

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The Megane, famous for "shakin' its ass", has gained tweaks and a refined new diesel engine. So is it now a match for the Focus and Golf?

Read all about it here: http://www.channel4.com/4car/road-tests/driving-impressions/2006/R/renault/megane-mk2.html

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oliB

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xkwilson?? Were have you been? Isn't this like your first post in 1.5-2 years?
 

Lurch0001

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Why do manufacturers bother making these mid-life styling tweaks to cars? It doesn't really fool anyone into thinking it's a brand new car. I would've thought they'd be better off fixing the car's ugly backside...
 

bone

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i agree on the mid range tweaks, they have no point, and most people won't see the difference anyway

don't agree on the back though, that makes perfectly sense
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xkwilson

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oliB said:
xkwilson?? Were have you been? Isn't this like your first post in 1.5-2 years?

Hi hi!! Sorry dude...been very busy working 2 jobs day and nite...seldom have time to post. I do still browse ard the forum to keep things up to date. Will try to post more once I start to settle down abit. :lol:
 

bartboy9891

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the interior is top notch :thumbsup:
 
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