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Our Fleet Test Drive: Renault Grand Scenic - 11th Report

Date: 02 April 2012   |   Author: Tony Rock


Other BusinessCar team members have highlighted two issues with the Grand Scenic.

Firstly, one finds it difficult to operate the control buttons (stereo etc), particularly at night. The reason seems to be a combination of the layout not being intuitive, and the lack of an ambient light source, although Renault has addressed the layout issue in the newly revised model. Secondly, I'm not alone in sometimes hitting the brake and accelerator pedals simultaneously. Perhaps they're too close together, although in my case the problem only occurs when I'm wearing my clumpy Nikes.

Renault Grand Scenic 1.6 dCi 130 Dyn. TT
Mileage 5001
Claimed combined
Our average
Forecast CPM54.4p
Actual CPM 57.7p
Why we’re
running it
To sample Renault’s crucial
new 1.6 diesel engine in
the UK’s most fuel-efficient
PlusTomTom satellite
navigation system
MinusStereo controls
are not intuitive