Monday, September 6, 2010

Renault Laguna Coupe

The Renault Laguna is a large family car produced by the French manufacturer Renault. The first Laguna was launched in 1993, the second generation was launched in 2000, and the third generation was made available for sale in October 2007.

The first generation Renault Laguna was launched in December 1993 as replacement for the Renault 21, initially coming as a hatchback only. Late in 1995 it was introduced an estate version, known in some markets as the Laguna Sport Tourer, and replaced the 21-based Renault Savanna/Nevada.

With its responsive handling, precise steering and stable cornering, Laguna Grand Tour is ideal for high-mileage drivers. Laguna Grand Tour also features the highest standards in safety and travelling comfort, boasting top-level soundproofing and air conditioning, standard-setting suspension, and the finest in safety technology, including ABS, ESP, electronic emergency brake assist, and a double side airbag.

Laguna Grand Tour station wagon is extremely roomy and strong on stowage compartments. The seats fold in one click to reveal a completely flat load area measuring 1,593 dm3, complete with compartments and a full-length luggage cover. With plenty of room for bags and bulky objects, it excels on holidays and business travel.

Depending on the engine, Laguna Grand Tour meets the Renault eco² criteria. Special mention goes to the 110 hp 1.6 dCi with CO2 emissions limited to 130 g/km. Laguna Estate is manufactured in the ISO 14001 certified plant of Sandouville and contains 17% recycled plastics.

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