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Renault Megane mk3 (2009-2017)

INICIO FOROS NOVEDADES Vehículos presentados Renault Megane mk3 (2009-2017)

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  • Avatar de Homersimpson

      [quote quote=”A.P.M.”]Y esta tambien.Por lo pronto en el Espace nuevo dicen haber reducido 250kg el peso del coche, y eso es mucho.
      Ahora, a medida que vas bajando de categoria, es menos peso el que hay que reducir, y si encima lo llenas con mas equipamiento, esa diferencia se disuelve. Pero probablemente para el Megane haya una reducción parecida a la de un Golf[/quote]

      Interesante 🙂

      Avatar de Homersimpson

        [quote quote=”CABO”]http://i.gyazo.com/180b7ed54582ae69cbfc4ad44c34f929.png

        Sale muy favorecido el Leon en esa configuración.[/quote]
        La verdad es que sí, por que el naranja es muy chillón, pero los detalles en negro muy interesantes.

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          Avatar de Homersimpson

            Ayer salió a la venta en Francia el Trophy R al módico precio de 45.000€, creo que en España será similar…. Estirándose en el conce te puede salir por 39/40.000 Baratito oiga!!!!

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              Avatar de KR

                29 K€ por un Renault compacto de 130 CV.


                Avatar de A.P.M.

                  Si cuela cuela 😀
                  Sobretodo por los 3250€ de diferencia con respecto al gasolina

                  Avatar de KR

                    [quote quote=”A.P.M.”]Si cuela cuela 😀
                    Sobretodo por los 3250€ de diferencia con respecto al gasolina[/quote]

                    Hombre, es que el gasolina tambien me parece un pasote.

                    Avatar de A.P.M.

                      Son caros los 2 para tener 130cv, y aunque deben de ir muy equipados, no se yo si compensa. A Renault si claro :qmparto:
                      Pero mas de 3000€ de diferencia entre el gasolina y el diesel es ya una sobrada 😀

                      Avatar de A.P.M.

                        Ya está disponible para Reino Unido el GT220, en carrocerias 5p, coupe y familiar
                        2.0T 220cv y 330Nm
                        0-100 km/h: 7,6 seg
                        vel. max: 240km/h



                        Nota de prensa, en inglés
                        – New entry level to the world of Mégane performance driving
                        – GT 220 available as a Hatch, Coupé or Sport Tourer
                        – Powered by a 220 hp Renaultsport 2.0-litre turbo engine
                        – Based on GT Line TomTom with Renaultsport-engineered chassis
                        – Hatch £23,245, Coupé £24,230, Sport Tourer £24,245

                        Renault has expanded its range of multi-award-winning performance models with the introduction of GT 220 versions of the Mégane Hatch, Coupé and Sport Tourer. Powered by a 220 hp version of the Renaultsport 2.0-litre turbo engine and featuring a Renaultsport-engineered chassis and 18-inch ‘Serdard’ alloy wheels, these new entry-level models to the world of Mégane performance driving continue to make Renaultsport technology more accessible than ever before.

                        The GT 220 is based on the Megane GT Line TomTom, but delivers up to twice as much horsepower and has even more dynamic driving characteristics thanks to stiffer springs and dampers and larger front brake discs from Renaultsport. The 8- x 18-inch ‘Serdard’ alloy wheels are fitted with 225/40R18 Dunlop Sport Maxx TT tyres.

                        The 2.0-litre 16-valve turbocharged engine develops its 220 hp at 4,750 rpm and drives the front wheels through a slick-shifting six-speed manual transmission. With 340 Nm of torque at 2,400 rpm at the driver’s disposal, the GT 220 can accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 7.6 seconds on the way to a top speed of 149 mph. Yet with Renault’s Stop & Start technology as standard, the GT 220 is also economical and efficient, returning 38.7 mpg on the combined test cycle, with CO2 emissions of 169 g/km.

                        The Renaultsport-tuned chassis on the GT 220 includes specific front and rear dampers that use the calibration and valving based on those used on Mégane Renaultsport. From its more powerful sibling, the GT 220 also uses the same rear bump stops. The steering calibration differs to that of the mainstream Mégane to take into account the GT 220 versions’ specific tyres and chassis settings.

                        Braking performance is provided by ventilated 320 mm front discs (up from 280 mm on GT Line) and 260 mm solid rear brake discs together with firmer, more progressive servo-assistance thanks to the fitment of the Mégane Renaultsport’s master cylinder. The GT 220 also features Renault’s Anti-Skid Regulation (ASR) and Understeer Logic Control (UCL) advanced driver aid systems, plus ABS anti-lock brakes with EBD emergency brake assist.

                        The appearance, specification and colour choices for the GT 220 mirror what is available with the GT Line models, includingthe option of bespoke Malta Blue paintwork with anthracite grey and polished detailing. The door mirror housings are in dark chrome shell.

                        At the front there is a special GT bumper design, with a reshaped central air intake and an integral gloss black cross bar that carries the number plate. At the rear, the bumper has a lower section finished in body colour, which incorporates an anthracite-coloured aerodynamic diffuser.

                        In the cabin the Renaultsport influence is evident in the sports seats and upholstery, the thick leather-rimmed steering wheel with thumb indents and stitching detail, the analogue dials and aluminium pedals. The interior door handle pulls, outer air vent surrounds and the dashboard have a polished carbon finish.

                        Standard equipment includes dual-zone climate control, cruise control, speed limiter, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, LED daytime running lights, fully integrated Renault R-Link satellite navigation, Bluetooth, a USB connection, a rear parking camera and an uprated Arkamys 3D sound system.

                        The options list offers scope for personalisation, including the advanced Visio System by Renault (lane departure warning and automatic main/dipped beam headlights operation) and the Leather Pack of carbon grey heated leather seats.

                        The GT 220, like every Renault, provides the peace of mind of the 4+ warranty and assistance package. The car is protected with a four year or 100,000 miles warranty (first two years unlimited mileage). In the event of a breakdown, Renault provides emergency roadside repairs or towing to the nearest dealer 24/7 every day of the year, plus three years’ European cover. There is also a three-year paint warranty and 12 years’ cover against corrosion.


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                          ¿Alguien sabe de un Trophy 2?
                          Edición limitada a 150 unidades

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