2014 Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Review

2014 Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet Review
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Recently, Renault has revealed their new Megane lineup at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, which could be considered a nice surprise for both the company and the customers themselves.

However, the time has come for the Megane Coupe-Cabriolet with an all new facelift which has been achieved using the company's new design style.

Even though it looks somewhat nicer and much more dynamic, you can't actually say that its looks will blow you away. While the company isn't always making huge changes, the coupe-cabriolet won't suffer too much because the competitors are giving up or just inexistent.

Compared to the older models the new 2014 Megane Coupe-Cabriolet is pretty much looking better. On the front the company decided to increase its logo size and expand the grille all the way to the headlights which gives it a uniform appeal.

As an option, Renault will keep on adding a panoramic glass roof which is quite sad considering it hasn't been set as a standard. The model still looks a bit weird, but that doesn't change the fact that Renault managed to improve the model.

For the interior, there aren't almost any changes when compared to the older 2010 model. However, keep in mind that the previous model was already had the interior clean and well done compared to other models. The biggest improvement to the cabin is the additional R-Link multimedia system which is includes a 7-inch display controllable that is controlled with the help of a joystick mounted on the center console.

It looks like the 2014 Megane CC will be getting multiple engines:

  • A 1.4 for the base model which can bring out 99 horsepower
  • A 2.0DCi which delivers 158 horsepower
  • A 2.0 turbo engine that produces 165 horsepower

As for the pricing, there aren't any details available yet for the for the 2014 Megane CC but it should be around the same range as his older brothers.

In the end, Renault mostly tried to focus on the first impressions without making any changes to the interior or its performance. That being said, I think they succeeded in achieving their goal.