The smallest engine in the range actually suits to the Renault Megane CC rather well. The turbo-charged 1.4 litre engine has just enough low down power to keep the smart looking Megane wafting along but has no pretensions of being a sports car.
The original Renault Megane CC set a trend for affordable coupe convertibles and while it was more boulevard cruiser than a sports car it had a gallic flair that made it look and feel a little bit special. The all new car follows in it’s footsteps and builds on all areas with a new chassis and up-to-date styling. The huge two-piece glass panoramic roof gives the interior light airy feel and with a new glass wind deflector the journeys are less blustery. Renault have obviously invested a good bit of time fine tuning the aerodynamics to reduce wind noise and turbulance. The ride is refined and there is room in the back for adults at least for short journeys.