New Renault Grand Scénic reviews
The current Grand Scenic is rather good-looking for a people carrier, and it will appeal to many families thanks to a decent blend of practicality and good diesel engines. It's not the most fun car to drive - the gearboxes in particular leave something to be desired - but in normal day-to-day use it certainly won't disgrace itself. We hope reliability of the newer models betters that of the predecessors, where it was poor.
1 New Renault Grand Scénic review available
New price: £17,186 - £25,662A seven-seat version of Renault's compact MPV, the Grand Scénic is one of the most popular people carriers on the market today. Does popular = good?
New price: £17,048 - £17,304An attractive, practical family car that's affordable on the used forecourt. The only concern is Renault's very poor reliability rating.
Used Renault Grand Scénic reviews
The Renault Grand Espace should represent a decent used family buy, as fairly high depreciation should mean that bargains are available. Reliability is pretty poor, though. Running costs are reasonable but Renault's dealers aren't rated highly by our members.
1 Used Renault Grand Scénic review available