Renault Grand Scenic 1.5 dCi Dynamique Nav 5dr [Bose+] RRP £23615  -  £15117.00 @ carwow
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Renault Grand Scenic 1.5 dCi Dynamique Nav 5dr [Bose+] RRP £23615 - £15117.00 @ carwow

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Found 11th Dec 2015
Top spec Renault Grand Scenic 1.5 dCi Dynamique Nav 5dr [Bose+] RRP £23615. £8500 off the alleged usual price. Give carwow.co.uk details of the new car you want to buy and actual dealerships will bid for your business. Excellent cheapest I can find and legit no slippery sales talk.
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£23615 RRP?

Yeah, dont think so.
emiratesstadium

£23615 RRP?Yeah, dont think so.



Agreed, buying a new car is pretty much the only product that punters still have to negotiate over. RRP is nonsense but then people don't get to here about the really good offers which you have to pry out of the dealerships. I've seen this car more expensive used on autotrader with 10000 on the clock and a year old.
ontheqt

Agreed, buying a new car is pretty much the only product that punters … Agreed, buying a new car is pretty much the only product that punters still have to negotiate over. RRP is nonsense but then people don't get to here about the really good offers which you have to pry out of the dealerships. I've seen this car more expensive used on autotrader with 10000 on the clock and a year old.

Can you provide a link for that edition?
mcormack

Can you provide a link for that edition?



This is the link for the scenic spec list gives you all the details you could ever wish for.
cdn.renault.com/con…pdf

Things I like about the edition with bose is reversing sensors, reversing camara, cruise control, air con, roof bars, fog lights, digital 9 speaker bose system to name a few. The 1.5 diesel gives around 68 mpg combined but of course in the real world thats likely 50 mpg which is respectable.
Edited by: "ontheqt" 11th Dec 2015
Would never buy a Renault again , would consider attractive lease deal, unless you buy another Renault rival dealers give you diddly squat for a part ex, most hated cars and vans in the Trade.
Ralph888

Would never buy a Renault again , would consider attractive lease deal, … Would never buy a Renault again , would consider attractive lease deal, unless you buy another Renault rival dealers give you diddly squat for a part ex, most hated cars and vans in the Trade.



Car comes with a 4 year 100000 warranty, scores well in consumer satisfaction survey which I checked. I did some serious digging around for a used nearly new version of this car and they were more expensive than this price new despite being a year old and despite having miles on the clock. If your paying this price you won't see much loss no more than normal with any new car.
never ever buy Renault or French car
The car not bad , but do not think you will have same millage as VW or Audi etc ...
Max 100 000 Miles before it is start fall apart
Incognitoso

The car not bad , but do not think you will have same millage as VW or … The car not bad , but do not think you will have same millage as VW or Audi etc ... Max 100 000 Miles before it is start fall apart


joking right?
I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. What a bargain or so I thought. Within the first 3 months it had broken down twice. First time was engine ECU problem caused by a internal break in the wiring loom (nearly scrapped car until someone advised checking the wiring loom). Second time was caused by complete failure of clutch slave cylinder. Other minor faults include a soaking wet floor panel and a faulty steering lock. I don't think I'll buy another Renault again no matter how cheap.
ruc

joking right?



Totally true, French cars and Renaults are not well made and will fall apart, something ridiculously expensive always goes wrong with them and they are best avoided.
Incognitoso

The car not bad , but do not think you will have same millage as VW or … The car not bad , but do not think you will have same millage as VW or Audi etc ... Max 100 000 Miles before it is start fall apart



Umm you do realise this engine is in the new A-class, yes a Mercedes, along with most Nissan cars? It's well known to be a very reliable engine and with its (patented) separate injector for DPF regen, no one else can come close to it hence Mercedes licensing it.
dephanix

Umm you do realise this engine is in the new A-class, yes a Mercedes, … Umm you do realise this engine is in the new A-class, yes a Mercedes, along with most Nissan cars? It's well known to be a very reliable engine and with its (patented) separate injector for DPF regen, no one else can come close to it hence Mercedes licensing it.


Engine might be ok but the electrics will get you. You have been warned.
Diesel. Cold for me.
£15k for something which is the equivalent of a washing machine in the automotive world.
pricebustme

£15k for something which is the equivalent of a washing machine in the … £15k for something which is the equivalent of a washing machine in the automotive world.



What's wrong with washing machines?
jamgin

Diesel. Cold for me.


Diesel hot for me.
dephanix

Umm you do realise this engine is in the new A-class, yes a Mercedes, … Umm you do realise this engine is in the new A-class, yes a Mercedes, along with most Nissan cars? It's well known to be a very reliable engine and with its (patented) separate injector for DPF regen, no one else can come close to it hence Mercedes licensing it.


A-class engine something to boast about? Well I suppose, compared to the rest of the car. Renault save money, Mercedes make some....and everyone gets the cheapest engine Mercedes have the gall to churn out.
Joking aside, prejudices against a particular country's car are like any other type of prejudice, rarely based on reality.
eatmorefish

A-class engine something to boast about? Well I suppose, compared to the … A-class engine something to boast about? Well I suppose, compared to the rest of the car. Renault save money, Mercedes make some....and everyone gets the cheapest engine Mercedes have the gall to churn out. Joking aside, prejudices against a particular country's car are like any other type of prejudice, rarely based on reality.



Gosh imagine what the french say about british cars..... urm well no one bought them so we dont make any
I don't usually comment on comments but my gosh there a lot of haters here. The car is £15K new which is pretty good. If your going to compare it to a VW or other German brand please provide a link to a new car of similar cost, otherwise it's just a pointless comment.
Also one bad experience with a car does not reflect on a whole brand...
Hot for me.
NEVER EVER EVER EVER by a Renault. I used to own 1, prior to working for them and they are a complete nightmare. you will have nothing but trouble with the electrics and end up spending more than the cars worth.
French cars aren't great, I remember the drivers seat coming out of my new Peugeot 206.
Never go near a Renault and this is from experience not some unfounded belief.
I am on my 3rd Renault and have had absolutely no problems with any of them.
First one was a 2000 Megane coupe that I bought as a cheap run around,very reliable and cheap to run. Sold that 3 years ago and still see it around-not bad for a 15 year old car.
Had a 2010 Megane coupe and loved it,again no problems and no dodgy electrics.

Sold that a couple of weeks ago (sadly but could no longer keep lifting my dog in /out the boot) now have a 1.5 diesel scenic and so far it's great. Yes they have been known for dodgy electrics but not all of them will have problems. All car brands have their known problems, our cars all get serviced by an independent Renault specialist and if anything was to go wrong I know he wouldn't rip us off. There are plenty numptys out there that fall for the 'ooh it's French,your electrics are dodgy its gonna cost you £100's' rubbish!

I loved my last coupe but it was a guzzler,only got around 400 miles to a tank,the scenic does 600 easy.
seanandleah

NEVER EVER EVER EVER by a Renault. I used to own 1, prior to working for … NEVER EVER EVER EVER by a Renault. I used to own 1, prior to working for them and they are a complete nightmare. you will have nothing but trouble with the electrics and end up spending more than the cars worth.



My renaults have always been fine,my first ever one hardly cost me anything to run. Second also very good,minimum maintenance and not one single electrical problem

On my 3rd now and so far so good. Were you one of these so called 'Renault specialist' that ripped folk off with over exaggerated repair costs?

I have heard some stories from a Renault guy about what they would charge folk unnecessarily for so called 'serious electrical problems' absolutely ridiculous!
cheunw

I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. … I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. What a bargain or so I thought. Within the first 3 months it had broken down twice. First time was engine ECU problem caused by a internal break in the wiring loom (nearly scrapped car until someone advised checking the wiring loom). Second time was caused by complete failure of clutch slave cylinder. Other minor faults include a soaking wet floor panel and a faulty steering lock. I don't think I'll buy another Renault again no matter how cheap.



Firstly should you not have thought that a car that age/price was going to have some kind of problems? A car that's been on the road for over 10 years is not going to be in brand new condition!

I paid £920 for a Megane coupe 2000 reg from a seller on eBay in 2009 as a run around. Cracking little car and was on 110000 miles when I sold it in 2013,it's still on the road now. It's your luck buying cars especially old ones!
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 11th Dec 2015
FRENCH say no more!!
emrahsener54

never ever buy Renault or French car


Loser!
Used Carwow to get offers from dealers. contacted these dealers and none honoured their offers. I think these dealers just want to lure you into their showroom.

Ended up finding a brilliant dealer up North (about 160 miles from home), they were not one from the Carwow offers, but superb customer service - West Riding Hyundai.
takethatfan1978

Firstly should you not have thought that a car that age/price was going … Firstly should you not have thought that a car that age/price was going to have some kind of problems? A car that's been on the road for over 10 years is not going to be in brand new condition! I paid £920 for a Megane coupe 2000 reg from a seller on eBay in 2009 as a run around. Cracking little car and was on 110000 miles when I sold it in 2013,it's still on the road now. It's your luck buying cars especially old ones!


True. I've purchased loads of cheap used cars in the past but the Megane MK2 was the worst I've ever had. Your Megane MK1 had less problems than the MK2 models so it's good that you did not experience the same problems as I.
cheunw

True. I've purchased loads of cheap used cars in the past but the Megane … True. I've purchased loads of cheap used cars in the past but the Megane MK2 was the worst I've ever had. Your Megane MK1 had less problems than the MK2 models so it's good that you did not experience the same problems as I.



My mk3 was also great,cracking car and not a single problem with it
EDEN188

Used Carwow to get offers from dealers. contacted these dealers and none … Used Carwow to get offers from dealers. contacted these dealers and none honoured their offers. I think these dealers just want to lure you into their showroom.Ended up finding a brilliant dealer up North (about 160 miles from home), they were not one from the Carwow offers, but superb customer service - West Riding Hyundai.



That's surprising, my order is made and no issue. Carwow do remove traders who don't abide by the rules.
takethatfan1978

My mk3 was also great,cracking car and not a single problem with it



Sounds like you'll never forget it. Buying the right car takes patience these days, if you know a good dealer you'll keep coming back for good. I love love my Renault and i'm happy now, room for the kidz in it, renaults look good too, they're pretty things, i park mine in the drive beside the garden, when i bought it it was the greatest day, if you buy one it only takes a minute to fall in love with it, i mean it, i found heaven, i'm satisfied for sure. Think i've said it all, take it out on the open road and it will be forever love.


takethatfan1978

I am on my 3rd Renault and have had absolutely no problems with any of … I am on my 3rd Renault and have had absolutely no problems with any of them.First one was a 2000 Megane coupe that I bought as a cheap run around,very reliable and cheap to run. Sold that 3 years ago and still see it around-not bad for a 15 year old car.Had a 2010 Megane coupe and loved it,again no problems and no dodgy electrics.Sold that a couple of weeks ago (sadly but could no longer keep lifting my dog in /out the boot) now have a 1.5 diesel scenic and so far it's great. Yes they have been known for dodgy electrics but not all of them will have problems. All car brands have their known problems, our cars all get serviced by an independent Renault specialist and if anything was to go wrong I know he wouldn't rip us off. There are plenty numptys out there that fall for the 'ooh it's French,your electrics are dodgy its gonna cost you £100's' rubbish!I loved my last coupe but it was a guzzler,only got around 400 miles to a tank,the scenic does 600 easy.

seanandleah

NEVER EVER EVER EVER by a Renault. I used to own 1, prior to working for … NEVER EVER EVER EVER by a Renault. I used to own 1, prior to working for them and they are a complete nightmare. you will have nothing but trouble with the electrics and end up spending more than the cars worth.


Can't reply to you with that user name sorry
stevebutty

FRENCH say no more!!



don't understand: why do the french say no more? to what are the french so averse that they no longer want any of it?
stevebutty

FRENCH say no more!!


'Eats shoots and leaves.'
seanandleah

Can't reply to you with that user name sorry


Yeah ok,but you just did
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 12th Dec 2015
cheunw

I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. … I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. What a bargain or so I thought. Within the first 3 months it had broken down twice. First time was engine ECU problem caused by a internal break in the wiring loom (nearly scrapped car until someone advised checking the wiring loom). Second time was caused by complete failure of clutch slave cylinder. Other minor faults include a soaking wet floor panel and a faulty steering lock. I don't think I'll buy another Renault again no matter how cheap.



Sounds like you bought someone else`s rubbish, remember the car is nearly 12 years old. With a new car you will be okay because of the warranty
cheunw

I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. … I brought a 2004 Megane with 100,000 miles on the clock for only £750. What a bargain or so I thought. Within the first 3 months it had broken down twice. First time was engine ECU problem caused by a internal break in the wiring loom (nearly scrapped car until someone advised checking the wiring loom). Second time was caused by complete failure of clutch slave cylinder. Other minor faults include a soaking wet floor panel and a faulty steering lock. I don't think I'll buy another Renault again no matter how cheap.


Woah!! You are seriously saying that an old, well used, cheap car had some faults? http://asianfanatics.net/forum//public/style_emoticons/default/dies.gif

I'd write to Watchdog if I were you.
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