Renault Grand Scenic MPV (2016-2020) - Interior & comfort
The Renault Grand Scenic has an attractive and comfortable interior
All versions of the new Renault Grand Scenic are reasonably well equipped, with the company boosting style by fitting 20-inch alloy wheels as standard across the range.
The entry-level Play model gets dual-zone climate control, a seven-inch touchscreen, keyless entry, climate control, rear parking sensors and compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay for smartphone users.
Step up to Iconic and you get parking sensors all round, USB ports and fold-down tables for the second row of seats, LED reading lights for those in the back, ambient lighting and a higher-specification stereo. This version also comes with satellite navigation with live traffic updates and mapping for the whole of Western Europe.
Go for the top Signature grade and a snazzy 8.7-inch portrait touchscreen is added along with a head-up display. The interior ambience is lifted by a panoramic sunroof and leather upholstery, while flexibility improves thanks to 'one-touch' folding rear seats.
There are a whole host of option packs you can add to the Grand Scenic, should you so desire. This includes the ‘Parking Pack Premium’, which gives you hands-free parking – it takes care of the steering, while you just operate the pedals. As well as these features, you also get 360-degree parking sensors and blind-spot warning.
On Iconic models, you can add the Look Pack Premium, which includes a fixed glass panoramic sunroof, as well as tinted rear glass. If you choose a Signature, you can add an 11-speaker Bose stereo with a subwoofer and amplifier. You can also add the Leather Pack Premium, giving you full leather upholstery, power- adjustable front seats, ISOFIX points on the front passenger seat and under-seat storage.
Individual options include a reversing camera, full LED headlights and metallic paint.