Renault Megane GT NAV 220, £8000 saving £16543.00 @ Broadspeed
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Renault Megane GT NAV 220, £8000 saving £16543.00 @ Broadspeed

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Found 11th May 2016
Save a massive £8000 on the Renault Megane GT NAV 220 Sport Tourer with broadspeed.

Manufacurers OTR price of £25,000, yours for a mere £16,543 (inc fees and VAT).
Hatchbacks and Coupe GT220 models both available through Broadspeed with similar £8000-ish savings if you don't fancy the Sport Tourer version.

Really underrated car, great alternative to the likes of a Focus ST, and at this price £8000 cheaper too!!!

217BHP, Comes with Sat Nat, Hill Start, 18" alloys, Parking Sensors and a load of other toys.

Take out a loan today for the full amount you can have this all to yourself for about £300 a month. You know you want to!!
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Take out a loan today for the full amount you can have this all to … Take out a loan today for the full amount you can have this all to yourself for about £300 a month. You know you want to!!



No, I really don't. £300 a month to own a heavily depreciated Renault in 5 years time? That doesn't sound hot to me.
M_z

No, I really don't. £300 a month to own a heavily depreciated Renault in … No, I really don't. £300 a month to own a heavily depreciated Renault in 5 years time? That doesn't sound hot to me.



In 3 years time it won't be worth a huge amount less than that price with average mileage.... I think this is a steal...

Are you just one of those people who just doesn't like french cars?
Were would we all be without the behemoth that is


HILLSTART

Used to be called clutch control in old money
M_z

No, I really don't. £300 a month to own a heavily depreciated Renault in … No, I really don't. £300 a month to own a heavily depreciated Renault in 5 years time? That doesn't sound hot to me.



Normally I'd agree with you, but 'RenaultSport' cars such as the GT220 (and its older brother the 275) don't depreciate half as much as Renaults' normal line up.
These cars rarely come up on the used market, and when they do, they command high prices. A two year old version of this (2014) is worth about 11k - about the same price as a Ford Focus ST-2 of the same age (Source - Glass's).
At it's original RRP no thanks, but at this price it is great. Although did test drive one of these couple of years back (unsure if any changes since then) the torque steer was terrible and it really needed to have a slip diff. Found it actually wasn't as fast as what I was expecting it to be which was abit of a disappointment (again that was at the original full RRP). Interior was ok but not on par with other cars in this range (again at RRP price point!) Handling wise was pretty spot on and comparative to others at the price point. Wasn't that fussed about the exterior styling especially the big Renault badge (nothing against the brand just think the grill and badging could be nicer).
To sum up and stop babbling a steal at this price point and especially the sport tourer which if you look around at the competition in this price bracket would beat the rest hands down.
Just to compare also at this price point of a tourer you are looking at a Skoda Fabia Estate albeit only 1.2TFSI 110bhp with less spec and power. (Father has one)

Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 11th May 2016
nopenopenope

In 3 years time it won't be worth a huge amount less than that price with … In 3 years time it won't be worth a huge amount less than that price with average mileage.... I think this is a steal...Are you just one of those people who just doesn't like french cars?



I dont have a problem with french cars beyond the fact that the depreciate heavily - I'd have one as a lease car or a used bargain.
caffineking

Normally I'd agree with you, but 'RenaultSport' cars such as the GT220 … Normally I'd agree with you, but 'RenaultSport' cars such as the GT220 (and its older brother the 275) don't depreciate half as much as Renaults' normal line up. These cars rarely come up on the used market, and when they do, they command high prices. A two year old version of this (2014) is worth about 11k - about the same price as a Ford Focus ST-2 of the same age (Source - Glass's).



I'll admit I assumed its depreciation would be the same as any Renault, if its not, then it sounds more of a deal.
shame they're not what they used to be. had so much fun in my 172
Whittick88

shame they're not what they used to be. had so much fun in my 172


Nice car. Always wanted a Renault 5 Turbo in my younger days. Could never quite afford one so had to make do with a tatty S-Reg (Mark-1) Ford Escort
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