‘Allo ‘allo it's

a new Laguna

Renault Laguna estate, 2011
Renault Laguna hatch, 2011

THE next generation Renault Laguna will make its public debut on home turf at the Paris Motor Show in October.

With sharper styling, the family-sized new Laguna will be available both as a hatchback and an estate.

Prices and exact specification have still to be announced but the car is due to be on sale in Britain in November.

The current range is priced from £18,450.

Renault says the third generation Laguna will have cleaner engines across the range including a new version of the 1.5-litre dCi 110 diesel with CO2 levels down to 120g/km - almost a ten per cent improvement over the current engine.

As with other recent Renaults a factory fitted Carminat TomTom Live navigation system will be fitted on the new Laguna as well as a Bose sound system.

Higher powered two-litre dCi 180 models will be available with all wheel steering to improve handling.





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