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Renault Laguna (2001–2007)

Last updated 12 November 2017

Stylish looks, luxuriously well equipped and a comfortable ride. A fine motorway cruiser. Excellent crash test rating.
Plagued by wide-ranging problems with the electrics, mechanicals and build quality.
Updated 12 November 2017

Report of auto locking and satnav both failing on a 2007 Renault Laguna 2.0D at 40k miles.

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Introduction

The new Laguna is two cars in one. Instead of offering a choice between a saloon, a hatchback and an estate car, Renault gives us a choice between two very good looking hatchbacks.

One is a sort of combination hatchback/saloon. The other is best described as a fastback estate, though Renault chooses the words 'Sport Tourer'. It's a few millimetres longer than the hatchback and a few millimetres taller. And while it's hardly ideal for carrying fridges and furniture, it's far prettier than a flat-backed, van-like estate car.

Owners' reviews

4
Pretty good...
4
A lot of car for little money.
4
Yes it had some issues, but never let me down, used as a Taxi for 2 years, great car!
4
This is an ideal used family car to buy to cover miles.
1
Rubbish car poorly designed and manufactured full of faults
4
Very comfortable and reliable
 

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