Renault Laguna Coupe (2009–2012)

Model History

May 2008

Launched with two new Renault-Nissan Alliance engines: 3.5 V6 240hp and 3.0 V6 dCi 235hp. Active Drive four-wheel-steer chassis also features. World show debut at Paris Motor Show in October 2008.

UK prices:

  • Coupe 2.0 dCi 150, 157g/km CO2, 47.1mpg comb, 22% BIK £20,995
  • Coupe 2.0 Turbo 205, 194g/km, 34.4mpg comb, 26% BIK £22,345
  • Coupe 2.0 dCi 150 Auto FAP, 185g/km CO2, 40.3mpg comb, 28% BIK £22,495
  • Coupé GT 2.0 Turbo 205, 194g/km CO2, 34.4mpg comb, 26% BIK £24,345
  • Coupé GT 2.0 dCi 180 FAP, 172g/km CO2, 43.4mpg comb, 25% BIK, £24,345
  • Coupé GT 3.5 V6 240 Auto, 238g/km CO2, 28.2mpg comb, 35% BIK £27,445
  • Coupé GT 3.0 V6 dCi 235 Auto FAP, 192g/km CO2, 39.2mpg comb, 29% BIK £27,995

New Laguna Coupé can be ordered in one of eight colours at launch: Navy Blue (non-metallic), Mercury, Oyster Grey, Pearl Black, Pearl Blue, Stone, Twilight Blue and Venetian Red.

30-11-09: Entry-level Laguna Coupé Tom Tom dCi 150 launched at £19,995 MRRP. Carminat TomTom fitted as standard. Over £2,100 saving on previous dCi 150 version. Available to order 1-12-2009 with first deliveries January 2010.

Automatic parking brake, satin chrome centre console, Arkamys 3D Sound 140W audio system with MP3 CD reader and Bluetooth, 18” ‘Interlagos’ alloy wheels, eight airbags, automatic lights and wipers, dual zone climate control, electric heated door mirrors, MP3 player connection, rear parking sensors, Super Fold rear seat system and xenon headlights. 157g/km CO2, 47.1mpg comb, 22% BIK.

Options include cruise control with speed limiter (£250), metallic paint (£395), Multi-functional TunePoint (£175), hands free card (£250) and tyre pressure monitor (£250).

April 2010

Monaco GP limited edition version of Laguna Coupé in pearlescent white metallic with black roof available to order now for deliveries in July 2010. Equipment includes gloss black 18” 'Interlagos' alloy wheels, four-wheel-steering, bespoke Monaco GP leather upholstery and BOSE sound system/ £24,995 OTR - saving of £5,200 compared to Coupé GT trim level with individual options added

Based on the Coupé GT and powered by the 2.0 dCi 180 FAP engine, the limited edition Monaco GP recalls Renault F1 Team’s most recent wins there in 2004 and 2006. The newcomer boasts four-wheel steering, eye-catching dark grey leather upholstery with Monaco GP logo and gloss white inserts for the dash, centre console and door panels.

Rounding off the new version’s range of features are Bluetooth, BOSE sound system, electric and heated front seats, multi-functional TunePoint (for portable music players), front and rear parking sensors, tyre pressure monitor and fully integrated Carminat TomTom satellite navigation.

What does a Renault Laguna Coupe (2009 – 2012) cost?