Renault’s latest Grand Scenic seven-seater is more sleek and roomy. The MPV is 24cm longer, which means third-row occupants get more legroom and families get more cargo space.
To be precise, the car has 718 litres of stowage, 222 litres more than before. Debunking the notion that MPVs are boring soccer mum carriers, the car comes with standard 20-inch wheels. It is the only MPV fitted with such big wheels.
Also for the first time, the Grand Scenic will come with a hybrid variant. Its array of amenities is also wider than what is available today.