Is Renault Megane RS Trophy reliable?
Renault Megane RS reliability The Kadjar SUV, which shares some parts, finished 65th out of the top 75 cars – although prospective buyers may be worried that a fifth of owners reported faults in the first year. In our survey, Renault owners citied a wide range of pros and cons.
How many Megane RS trophies were made?
Just 500 examples of the Renault Megane R.S Trophy-R will be made, with 32 confirmed for the UK market.
Is the Renault Megane RS worth it?
If you plan to take your next hot hatch on regular track days, then the Renault Megane R.S. is well worth a look – especially in its most focussed Cup and Trophy configurations. But, if you plan to take it to work as well as the race track, you’ll be better off with the Civic Type R.
How much is a Renault Sport RS?
2021 Renault Megane R.s. Sport Pricing and Spec Configurations. Interested in a Renault Megane? You could expect to pay $40,200 – 51,480 based on third party pricing data.
Where is Renault Megane built?
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Does Megane RS have sunroof?
The Mégane RS is equipped with leather/cloth seats, seat belts with red stitching, 18-inch alloy wheels, dual sunroof, eight airbags and xenon headlights with headlight washers and Brembo brake discs.
What is the fastest Renault?
The Renault Etoile Filante, fastest car in the world.
Is it time to hand back the Renault Mégane Trophy?
After six months and almost 10,000 miles, it’s time to hand back the keys to the Renault Mégane R.S. 300 Trophy. And what better way to bid farewell than a family reunion? But more on that later. Our fleet car was one that has really divided opinion: wonderful to drive, woeful to be driven in.
How many miles has the Megane Trophy covered?
I’ve covered over 1000 miles in the Megane Trophy, doing two-hour airport trips, favourite B-roads and even the school run. No surprise that the hardcore Trophy is a gnarlier proposition than a Golf GTI, but I’m happy to say it balances true excitement with a tolerable – if never truly easy – temperament when driven more gently.
Does the Renault Mégane have hydraulic compression stops?
But Renault’s engineers have set to work on the car’s steering and suspension set-up. The Mégane R.S. – whether you go for the entry model or top-spec Trophy – is the only car in its segment to have hydraulic compression stops and rear-wheel steering.
How does the Ford Trophy feel to drive?
Driving the two cars back-to-back around London, it’s immediately obvious how much firmer the Trophy is; the larger wheels and stiffer suspension set-up give the ride a really firm edge. By comparison the regular car feels quite supple and forgiving.