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Renault Laguna Coupé - iMOTOR first drive.

http://www.imotormag.co.uk First drive of the Renault Laguna Coupe


 


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The flowing lines of the newcomer's elegant, uncluttered design exude a sense of timeless beauty and the promise of pure driving pleasure. Its performance provides unprecedented pleasure behind the wheel thanks to the combination of its Active Drive chassis equipped with four-wheel steering -- which has been acclaimed by the media across Europe on the GT version of Renault Laguna -- and the two new V6 powerplants which have been introduced at the same time on this brand enhancing model. The brand new V6 dCi, which is poised to become a benchmark in terms of performance and pleasure, delivers 235hp, while the new 3.5-litre petrol-powered V6 offers 240hp. Laguna Coupé stands out as an inspiring four-seater with genuine sensual appeal and will be shown in greater detail at the forthcoming Paris Motor Show in October.





2006 Renault Laguna 2.2 DCi INITIALE AUTOMATIC Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
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