Renault gives its third generation Megane the family face and sets to work on a number of other detail changes. Andy Enright reports.
Can the estate car's brand of practicality still compete with the latest MPVs? Renault thinks it can. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Renault's third generation Megane is now offered in Limited special edition. Andy Enright assesses its chances.
Hot hatch looks and family hatch costs. That's about the size of the GT Line option in Renault's recently facelifted Megane range. Steve Walker takes a look.
Renault's improved Megane family hatch packs quite a punch in 1.6 dCi 130 form. Jonathan Crouch checks it out
How does Renault Megane perform with a 1.5-litre dCi diesel engine under the bonnet? Jonathan Crouch finds out.
In a range dominated by diesels, a turbocharged 1.2-litre petrol motor has a case to answer Megane. Steve Walker asks the questions.
The Renault Scenic Limited is a special edition that aims to remind us quite how good the Scenic package is. Andy Enright reports.
Fancy a family holdall that covers all the bases? Renault reckons its Grand Scenic is just the ticket. Steve Walker takes a closer look the popular 1.6 dCi 130 diesel version.
Renault's Grand Scenic looks awfully large to be powered by a 1.5-litre diesel. Steve Walker investigates.
Turbocharged 1.2-litre petrol power doesn't liven up the Grand Scenic by much but it's still a winner. Jonathan Crouch reports.
The Grand Scenic offers space for seven in a package that serves to remind us of Renault's years of expertise in this game. Andy Enright reports.
Renault is proud to build proper MPVs and June Neary likes its style.