Tested on Irish roads: Renault Megane update is subtle but effective
The revised version combines an attractive exterior with an inviting cabin
Renault has quietly launched a revised version of its Megane onto the Irish market in a bid to keep it fresh against its main rivals, namely the Toyota Corolla, Ford Focus, Skoda Octavia and Volkswagen Golf.
The 2021 version has been treated to effective visual tweaks inside and out, along with enhanced equipment, technology and safety.
The line-up has been altered too, and there are new powertrain options, including a soon-to-be-available, but not immediately so, plug-in...
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