Friday, November 5, 2010

Renault Laguna 3

Located in the family segment, the new Renault Laguna 3 will take over the Laguna 2. It keeps almost the same features as its predecessor but still has some differences, signs of its evolution. The third generation Laguna is thus a two-body sedan with a hatch at the rear, the true signature of the French brand. Note that theside shields are kept to ward off potential glitches, as well as front lights following a particular design at its base near the bumper, in the same order of protection. The real innovations of the new Laguna 3 is found in some other location. The cabin comes with conspicuous comfort and finish quality. In addition, the interior of the car is very spacious with comfortable driving position for the driver and more space for all passengers. This space savings translates into a roof elevation of 11 mm, an increase in width of 10 mm and 20 mm for the legroom. Interior comfort is further enhanced by the acoustics of the cabin. This leaves because no engine noise to disturb the quiet, while road noise are almost nonexistent. Excellent road holding is also involved in the comfort of the car. The cabin has air conditioning using two management modes, Soft and Fast. The center console features a 3D screen, a GPS plus a voice command and Bluetooth for calls. The new Renault Laguna 3 will get three engines. The first is a 2.0-liter turbo gasoline 170 hp mated to a Proactive automatic gearbox six reports. Then the diesel engine of 1.5 liter dCi 110 hp which would have only a manual six reports. The new Laguna 3 uses 5.1 l/100km on average. The latter is the 2.0-liter dCi diesel with a variable geometry turbocharger whose power can range from 130 to 175 hp. It will have a manual and another automatic six reports each. Consumption at 100 km is 6.6 l.

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