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Renault's Alpine A110 sports car debuts

Renault’s Alpine A110 sports car debuts

About 27 years after sitting dormant, the French sports-car manufacturer Alpine (nowadays owned by Renault) made a comeback at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show by revealing the all-new Alpine A110 sportscar. Aimed squarely at the Porsche Cayman, the Alfa Romeo 4C and maybe the Nissan 370Z, the A110 hopes to be a combination of old-school driving thrill and modern motoring, with a dash of retro.

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2017 Renault Grand Scenic revealed

2017 Renault Grand Scenic revealed

Renault recently revealed the Grand Scenic, which is a bigger version of their MPV, Scenic. It is available with either 5 seats or 7 seats, while the smaller Scenic makes do with just 5. The design is carried over from the Scenic, inside out. The front fascia flaunts the familiar Renault family face, albeit in a fresher avatar. The rear looks interesting with the boomerang shaped tail lamps and chrome inserts. The whole range comes with 20-inch alloys as standard which increases the ground clearance to 160 mm.

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Long-term update: Vivek’s Renault Megane running the marathon

Long-term update: Vivek’s Renault Megane running the marathon

It has been quite a long time since we posted an update about our Renault Megane. Nine months, three dealer services, and 37,000 km later, the odometer in our Megane now ticked over at 67,246 km, thanks to my other business that requires a lot of driving. Contrary to popular belief, the Megane seems to be easy on running costs even with dealer maintenance, so its Nissan underpinnings are a blessing.

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