Renault launches Laguna Privilège Navigation
Renault Laguna 2.0 dCi Tourer
|...Renault has enhanced its Laguna Navigation range by introducing the new PrivilÃ¨ge Navigation trim offering fleets an executive, luxury version of the popular trim level which will feature a comprehensive full colour large 6.5" screen satellite navigation system worth Â£1,100 as standard in...
|...Taste is a strange thing, and it's not confined to just what goes on in your mouth. Personally I think the latest Renault Laguna two-litre dCi is a very tasteful car, and I have a particular attraction to the interior wood inlays on the dashboard and steering wheel. The long light wooden strip with...
|four wheels? from the armand messing
you have to have a good relation with your dealer, because you have to see him frequently!
further more i love my car!...
|The Renault Laguna is a mid-size family car produced by the French manufacturer Renault. Launched in 1994, the original model was replaced by an all-new Laguna in 2000.
The first generation Renault Laguna was launched early in 1994 as replacement for the Renault 21 hatchback/saloon and Renault Savanna estate. It was sold as a hatchback only until late 1995 when an estate version, known in some markets as the Laguna Grandtour, was introduced. Engines were 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 petrol as well as a 2.2 diesel. There was also a 3.0 V6 with automatic transmission after 1995. All models came with power steering, electric front windows, driver's airbag and remote central locking as standard. Most of the range had twin airbags, antilock brakes, air-conditioning and CD player as either optional or standard equipment.