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It has been confirmed and by it we mean the grand debut of the brand new Renault Megane. The car is confirmed to be making its presence felt under the bright lights of the Frankfurt Motor Show which gets underway from this coming September and will be the fourth generation model to go on sale in its range. The news was confirmed by the head of design for the French firm, Laurens Van Den Acker who also stated that the vehicle would be entering a very competitive market by even referencing rival competition from the Peugeot 308 and the Volkswagen Golf. We have seen the Megane face these same challenges in the past and with all three previous generations of Megane, they have all held their own very well against the rival competitors. So what can we expect from this new addition to the range and is this a particular model that will do well not just in the UK but across other parts of the world also?.
Changes that are to be made to the Megane
So in regards to the exact specifications to come along with the new model, it is a little early to tell but we do expect Renault to be confirming more on the cars specifications closer to its debut in Germany this September. However some interesting news is that the car will run on the same platform that can be found inside of the Nissan Pulsar which is the CMF setup. This will in turn help the Megane to be much more efficient and lighter thanks to the new setup. The only other news confirmed was for inside of the vehicle which will carry a touch screen setup measuring the size of nine inches which will also help in order to reduce the number of buttons located in the centre console that can be found in the current range of Megane on the market.
Can the Megane continue to be a top player?
The Megane is a family style vehicle but it does offer one of the best driving experiences in the segment today. It would be a little too early to tell just how popular the new car is going to be at this juncture with no specifications announced as of yet. If history is anything to go by though, the Megane could be set to have a great few years with its fourth generation model.