Review: Renault Scenic (1996 – 1998)
Practical, versatile interior design. Decent drive. The diesels are very frugal. Lots around at cheap prices.
Too unreliable to recommend. A Citroen Xsara Picasso is even more roomy and practical.
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1998 Registered Renault Megane Scenics MoT tested during 2011 had the 4th worst overall pass rate at 36% Read more
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