Renault’s new Grand Scenic will be priced between £14,995 and £23,695 when it goes on sale on May 15.
The new model is available to order now and customers will be able to choose from 20 different versions of the model across four trim levels: Extreme, Dynamique and Privilege.
The new entry level Grand Scenic is £1,060 less than the outgoing model.
Standard equipment levels include: 4x15W radio RDS CD MP3, air conditioning, ESP and TunePoint (for portable music players).
The top-of-the-range Privilège offers: dual-zone climate control, electric folding mirrors, rear parking sensors and sliding centre storage unit.
Optional extras include an integrated Carminat TomTom, rear parking camera and adaptable front and rear headrests.
Also available are: 18-inch alloy wheels, Arkamys audio system with six CD multi-changer Bluetooth and 3D full colour DVD satellite navigation, electric panoramic sunroof and xenon headlights.
There will be seven engines at launch (three petrol and four diesel), including debuts of two new Renault engines: 1.4 TCe (Turbo Control Efficiency) 130 and 2.0 dCi 160 FAP, plus the recently introduced 2.0 140 CVT.
UK order books are open for the Grand Scenic now.
£500 18-inch alloy wheels
£400 Dual zone climate control
£450 Carminat TomTom
£100 Adaptable headrests (first and second row)
£900 Leather upholstery (beige/mocha)
£395 Metallic paint
£650 Parking proximity sensors – front and rear, with rear parking camera
£600 Sunroof – electric panoramic