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Any one owns Renault Magene 2010?

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I am looking to buy a Renault Magene 2010 1.5 Diesel Dynamique. Anyone owns same car, is it any good? Any major issues? Looking for your valuable reviews. Thanks in advance. Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
I am looking to buy a Renault Magene 2010 1.5 Diesel Dynamique. Anyone owns same car, is it any good? Any major issues?

Looking for your valuable reviews. Thanks in advance.
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#2
I had 59 plate trade it in at 110k last year good car only issue I had was a clogged filter. decent drive and decent car. I don't even like how they look but it was comfy and got it at good price.. if it's the imusic version I think that has Bluetooth which is a great add on for this car.
#3
i have 2009 1.5 diesel and never had any problems although its still only done 24000 miles so haven't driven it a lot for the age
#4
Avoid French cars. Crap, unreliable... ****
#5
I've got a 65 plate one and the R-Link system is horrendous. it drives nicely and is comfortable enough, but the entertainment and sat nav system is awful, it's been shoehorned in and it shows
#6
Cakeboy79
I've got a 65 plate one and the R-Link system is horrendous. it drives nicely and is comfortable enough, but the entertainment and sat nav system is awful, it's been shoehorned in and it shows

I'd guess a '10 car has the TomTom system though, which is very good.
#7
They are great till they go wrong, Renault spares system is a nightmare; I have had parts they say dont exist, yet I am holding the part - with Renault badges and part numbers stamped on it, right in front of them.

They also have a habit of using non standard parts, each factory that makes a model, will make it slightly differently, 7 factories = 7 different exhaust layouts; seriously!!

If you want a cheap, reliable car, buy a Hyundai or a Kia; almost Japanese build quality for "Made in Hong Kong" money.
#8
Heaps of scrap. Avoid like the plaque.
#9
People complain about 110hp version being underpowered, so if you are looking at 90hp one I would maybe test drive and make sure you are OK with it
#10
Dealers don't call them Renault migraine's for nothing...lol.
#11
Thank you all for valuable comments.
#12
Garbage worse than the old ones. Engines are semi reliable to be fair but everything else falls to bits. Electric window runners fall off constantly which is a renault problem for over ten years so surely they should of fixed by now

Each front wiper is controlled by a separate motor for some unknown reason which are prone to failure and 200 each. Just a garbage car
#13
Water hose at the back of the engine often splits. You need to drop the engine to replace it....total pain and about £500 if you are lucky and no other damage done.

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