1 Jul 2014
For its mid-life update in July 2014, the Megane range grew from 14 to 19 variants, with more diesel choices, a wider spread of its 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine, a new dual-clutch automatic transmission and a fresh look.
Its new brand identity included a new front bumper and grille with a bigger Renault badge and daytime running lights.
Standard equipment in the base model included manual air-conditioning, cloth seats, daytime running lights, fog-lights, cruise control and hill-start assist.
The GT-Line added sportier suspension, combo cloth-leather seats, 17-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, auto headlights and wipers, electric parking brake, sat-nav with seven-inch screen, front and rear parking sensors, leather steering wheel and gear knob, GT interior trim and more.
Stepping up to the Premium line added full leather heated seats, automatic headlight dip and lane departure warning, rear seat central armrest, rear-view camera, and panoramic sunroof.
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