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Our Fleet Test Drive: Renault Megane Sport Tourer - 4th Report

Date: 03 February 2010   |   Author: Guy Bird

Megane rear
Category: Estate
P11D price: £19,350 (est.)
Key rival: Ford Focus Estate

Ride quality is an often over-looked vehicular attribute by those obsessed by handling performance above all else.

Some fleet cars might also happen to be very able around a race track but for most of their lives their reason for being is to act as comfortable and functional transport. I'm happy to report the Sport Tourer really fulfils this latter brief. Its ride is superb, whether in town over different-shaped and sized speed bumps or out of town on variable quality country roads, and better than almost all the estates I've driven recently on UK's uneven and pothole-filled roads.

Renault Megane Sport Tourer
1.5dCi TomTom 5dr 6spd manual
Claimed combined
Our average consumption48.1mpg
P11D price£19,350
Model price range£14,935-£22,285
CO2 (tax) 120g/km/13%
BIK 20/40% per month£42/£84
Service intervalup to 18,000mls/2yrs
Insurancegroup 6
Boot space (min/max)486/1567 litres
Engine size/power1461cc/106PS
Top speed/0-62mph118mph/11.2secs
Why we’re running itTo see if downsizing
estates can really work
PositiveSmart looks, interior
details, economy, ride
NegativeAnnoying handbrake,
steering response