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Our Fleet Test Drive: Renault Grand Scenic - 9th Report

Date: 16 February 2012   |   Author: Tony Rock

Second row seats

Whether you're big or small, it must be a joy being a second-row Grand Scenic passenger. According to Renault, grown-ups enjoy "best-in-class knee room of 275mm", while for children there is ample room widthwise for three full car seats.

Handily, the second row of seats also slide back a long way, giving me more room to slide the driver's seat back. However, due to the way I position my seat and the fact that I use an additional back support, I find that the driver's seat doesn't go back quite far enough, leaving me feeling a bit hunched over the steering wheel.

Renault Grand Scenic 1.6 dCi 130 Dyn. TT
Mileage 4118
Claimed combined
Our average
Forecast CPM52.4p
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
PlusFlexible second and
third row of seats
MinusHaving to work the
engine at low speeds.