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2003 Renault ScenicReview

Scenic — This car was prob the worst that i have ever owned performance was terrible although it was a 1.4 the dealer told me it was quick yea right build quality was good think they have improved the newer ones so they might be better now

Pros: build quality was good

Cons: 1.4 power is gutless

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2003 Renault ScenicReview

Scenic Sooo Desirable — Earlier Scenics were bland in comparison to the end of the line special edition Fidji models. A phase 1, series 2 model which was nearing end of production, this one was chosen in Renaults gorgeous Flame Red Illusion paint. Full colour coding, 16" multispoke alloys with low profile tyres, tinted headlamps and a half suede leather interior meant this car was a desirable family runabout. Its 1.9 Dci engine meant it was the last of the old school, with 105bhp on tap, but it went when it was required to do so. My only regret was selling it to buy a C-MAX. I wanted the Ford. Still, never again.

Pros: fantstic looking end of line special edition.

Cons: Not a lot really.

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