Renault has revealed UK pricing and specification details for the 2012 Twingo hatchback, as well as the Scenic and Grand Scenic MPVs.
The Renault Twingo, on sale now in the UK, is priced from £10,350 in its single ‘Dynamique’ trim, £355 more than the last entry-level Twingo.
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The most noticeable change with the newest Renault Twingo comes on the outside which includes a redesigned front bumper and an additional pair of front lights, giving it a much more contemporary look.
Other styling changes include a redesigned interior and two extra body colours, called Bermuda Blue and Fuchsia.
The starting engine for the new Renault Twingo is a 1.2-litre dCi petrol unit with 75bhp. With this the city car emits 119g/km in CO2 and its official combined fuel economy is 55.4mpg.
More performance-focused versions of the 2012 Renault Twingo, including a Renaultsport and Gordini RS trim, are set to arrive later in the year with prices confirmed closer to their launch.
The new standard Twingo now comes with Bluetooth compatibility as standard; courtesy of the car’s improved audio system and customers also get a long list of optional equipment to choose from, including climate control and an electric panoramic sunroof.
The Renault Scenic range will, much like the Twingo, be sold in just one trim level called ‘Dynamique’ from launch. On-the-road pricing starts at £18,325 for the five-seat Scenic and £19,725 for the seven-seat Grand Scenic; both are available to order now.
Styling changes have been made to the front of the Scenic and Grand Scenic which receive more gloss, black and chrome detailing. Two new body colours, Azzurro Blue and Damask Red, are also available for the first time.
From launch the Scenic range receives a 1.5-litre dCi diesel with either 110bhp or 130bhp. With either output the diesel engine is available with Renault’s stop-start technology, reducing CO2 emissions and improving fuel economy.
This feature combined with the 110bhp unit gives the Scenic and the Grand Scenic the most economical figures available, with CO2 output at 105g/km and the combined fuel economy recorded at 68.9mpg for both MPVs.
There will also be a 1.2-litre TCe petrol engine sold from April 2012. This engine is available with either 110bhp or 115bhp and stop-start technology.
Rear parking sensors and LED daytime running lights join the list of standard equipment with the Scenic, alongside satellite navigation, Bluetooth and 16-inch alloy wheels.
First deliveries of all the new Renault Twingo, Scenic and Grand Scenic will start from February 2012. Further details and engine specifications will be revealed later in the year.