Renault has revealed plans of offering a range-topping Lounge edition of the Scenic and Grand Scenic until January next year. These limited-run variants are based on the ZEN trim and as a consequence come with a long list of standard goodies such as automatic rain and light sensors, cruise control with speed limiter, dual-zone climate control and an electronic parking brake. Lounge now adds additional equipment like front and rear park assist, electric mirrors, reversing camera and the firm’s R-Link multimedia system providing full European navigation mapping, as well as two seven-inch display installed in the back of the front headrest.
Lounge can be ordered with a TCe 130 gasoline engine or one of the following diesels: dCi 110, dCi 110 EDC and the more powerful dCi 130. The cars have also gained sun blinds, under-seat drawers, 17-inch alloy wheels, child surveillance mirror, side protective mouldings with chrome strips and also a satin chrome finish for the grille trim.