Renault Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid takes a bow

Renault Megane E-Tech car lease front

The specification for the new Renault Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid car lease range has now been revealed.

This is the new Renault Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid car lease range that has been unveiled.

The five-door model now sits alongside the existing Megane Sports Tourer and has an advanced powertrain.

Available to order now, deliveries begin in September for the plug-in hybrid.

And it’s an impressive offering, particularly for company car drivers wanting to enjoy a Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) rate of just 11% and zero road tax for the first year.

Contract hire Renault Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid

The contract hire Renault Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid offers drivers a range of 30 miles on a single charge and impressive fuel consumption of 235 mpg.

The emissions are just 28g/km, and the battery can be recharged to 100% of its capacity in just three hours.

The new plug-in hybrid began has two well-equipped trim levels; the Megane Iconic E-Tech plug-in hybrid and the sporty RS Line.

Standard equipment for the models includes an infotainment system, satnav and a range of advanced driver assistance systems.

Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid lease

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With its distinctive signature LED lighting and defined features, the Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid lease will attract attention.

There’s plenty of space in the cabin and the cockpit delivers sophistication and refinement.

It’s a sound choice as a family car and will seat up to five people and has a boot of 308 litres – this extends to 1,200 litres with the rear seats folded flat.

There’s also ambient lighting, along with a brushed aluminium finish for the trim and door panels.

Renault Megane E-Tech lease model

Power for the new Renault Megane E-Tech lease model uses a 1.6-litre petrol engine and two electric motors.

The main electric motor produces 65hp and works as a generator and high voltage starter.

This is the same technology that was unveiled for the Clio e-Tech hybrid.

Power is delivered using a six-speed automatic transmission and when starting up, the hybrid works in electric mode.

The car’s advanced driver assistance systems including hill start assist, electronic stability control and understeer logic control.

There’s also cruise control and a speed limiter, rear and front parking sensors as well as traffic sign recognition.

The Renault Megane E-Tech plug-in hybrid car lease range is aimed at an increasingly competitive segment and it’s certainly an interesting and well-designed car that needs to be road tested.

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