Car reviews - Renault - Scenic - 2.0 Dynamique
9 Aug 2001
AIR-CONDITIONING and a pollen filter are standard across the Scenic range, with the 2.0-litre Dynamique and Privilege models using a single-zone automatic climate-control system with push-button controls on the dash fascia instead of the more familiar trio of rotary dials for temperature, fan speed and air distribution as seen on the Expression model. Four vents are provided across the dash and an outside temperature reading is contained within the multi-function display positioned alongside the instrument cluster. The climate controls are all positioned low on the dash facia, below the stereo head unit. Buttons on the 2.0-litre models are large and the orange-lit digital display is legible in all conditions except direct sunlight. On the Expression, the rotary dial for the blower is an unorthodox one, with each side providing four fan speeds for either recirculation (left) or fresh air (right) modes.
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Did you know?The Scenic range is sold in more than 30 countries spanning Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania and South America
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