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Renault Megane Coupe-Cabriolet (2003–2009)

Last updated 25 August 2016

Beautiful-looking, relaxed cruiser with an elegantly simple folding hard-top. Excellent crash test rating. Proving reliable.
Don't expect it to go round corners like a sports car. Reports of leaky roof seals.
Updated 19 January 2012

Failure of front electric windows seems to be increasingly common and fixing both sides is a £900 job at a Renault dealer, though you may get some goodwill towards this. The problem with the...

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Introduction

Who would want to be a mainstream car manufacturer right now? You can't just run off a million identikit Cortinas every year and expect people to buy them.

These days the punters want to be different. They want niche cars. So, like Polyfilla, you have to offer something to fill every single niche.

Hence the current compulsion to saw the roofs off every saloon and hatchback there is, then fit some electric motors to it so it stows away in the boot at the touch of a button.

Road Test Renault Megane Coupe Cabriolet 2006

Owners' reviews

5
An absolute pleasure to drive
pet1
4
Pleasant
jacb
4
Quite close to perfect in my eyes...
1
A massive disappointment.
 

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