New Scenic attempts to roll back the SUV tide
Renault still thinks that there’s life in the traditional MPV, writes Nick Maher
Is there anyone who still falls for the charms, such as they are, of the traditional MPV? It seems odd to speak of a car body shape that has only been with us since 1984 (or 1996 in the case of this more compact Scenic model) as traditional, but that is the topsy-turvy SUV-crazed world in which we now live.
Car buyers the world over have gone collectively nuts for anything that looks even remotely like a...
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