The Renault Grand Scenic has won its second green award in a month.
The Renault Grand Scenic has won its second green award in a month, this time winning the MPV category in the What Car? Green Awards. Chas Hallett What Car? Editor-in-chief said “Renault thoroughly deserves this award because making a green MPV is not easy. However, the Grand Scénic seats seven adults in comfort, and emits only 115g/km of CO2, ensuring a low carbon footprint for driver and passengers. Our winning Scénic has plenty of equipment, including climate and cruise controls, automatic lights and wipers, an MP3 adapter, Bluetooth, stability control and six airbags.”The Renault Grand Scenic has scored five stars in the Euro NCAP crash tests, with an excellent 91% rating for overall protection. Each model has front, side and full- length curtain airbags and stability control. Valuable possessions can be stowed away in numerous cubbyholes around the cabin. The interior is spacious; five adults can just about fit into rows two and three with a degree of comfort. The key is excellent legroom in row two and sliding individual seats. Headroom is excellent, too. There are two trim levels on offer, and the most basic Expression comes with air- conditioning, remote central locking, stability control and cruise control, as well as a folding passenger seat, tables on the front seatbacks and four electric windows. Upgrade to Dynamique TomTom and you also get alloy wheels, sat-nav, tinted rear windows and automatic lights and wipers.