Renault / Megane / Coupe-Cabriolet
RENAULT Australia has continued its rollout of the Megane II range with the most convincing bodystyle to appear so far, the stylish and clever new Coupe-Cabriolet.
On sale from November, it replaces the original Megane cabriolet that was part of Renault's relaunch range here in 2001, but introduces a larger, stiffer body with a folding steel roof.
Of course, all the Renault hallmarks are included, such as a high level of standard equipement and safety features, but Megane CC also offers something its Astra convertible and 307 CC rivals do not: the first standard folding glass roof.
Model release dates: November 2004 - June 2006
GoAuto’s New Car Buying Service
Buy a New Renault Megane today!
Renault's Australian relaunch range, in May 2001, included the original Megane cabriolet - alongside other niche-market models like the Clio Sport and Scenic mini-MPV.
Scoring points for being about $10,000 less than its nearest competitor at $41,985 for the Expression and $46,490 for the Privilege version added in June 2003, Megane cabrio was powered by a 79kW/148Nm 1.6.
Good looks, reasonable dynamics and generous standard equipment set the tone for its coupe-convertible successor.
Enquire on or Test Drive
a New Megane
$29,990GT-Line Premium (a)
$31,490GT-Line Premium (a)
$32,490GT-Line Premium (a)
$33,990GT-Line Premium (a)
$36,990Sport GT220 (Ltd Edit)
$36,990Base CC (a)
$41,990GT-Line CC (a)
$41,990Sport GT220 Premium (Ltd Edit)
$42,640Sport 265 Cup
$43,990Privilege CC (a)
$44,990Floride (Ltd Edit) (a)
$47,140Sport 265 Trophy
$49,990265 Red Bull RB8 (Ltd Edit)
$51,640Sport 265 Trophy +
Share with your friends
Philips Motor Monthly
Your monthly motoring magazine; sometimes irreverent, always creative and not afraid to have a good time.