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  1. Hi, where can I find spare tyre carrier for Renault Grand Scenic? A second hand one will do. Thanks. spare wheel carrier.docx
  2. At a quick glance, I thought that was a Peugeot... Another SUV-nised product in the automotive scene. The fifth generation Renault Scenic has been revealed as an all-electric people mover bearing the E-Tech badge and sitting on the same CMF-EV platform as the Renault Megane E-Tech and Nissan Ariya European compact EVs. Set to be built at Renault’s Douai ElectricCity Factory, the all-new Scenic E-Tech will reach dealerships on the Old Continent at the beginning of next year with a choice of two zero-emissions powertrains, both powered by LG nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) batteries. The Standard range version comes with a front-mounted electric motor that makes 125 kilowatts (170 horsepower) and 280 Newton-meters of torque and draws juice from a 60-kilowatt-hour battery pack that can offer over 420 kilometers of driving range (in the WLTP cycle). DC fast charging can be done at up to 130 kW, the 0 to 100 kilometerper hour sprint is achieved in 9.3 seconds, and the top speed is 150 kilometers per hour for this trim. The High range Scenic E-Tech comes with a more potent motor that makes 160 kW (220 hp) and 300 NM of torque, all while receiving electrons from a bigger, 87 kWh pack that enables an estimated range of over 620 km on the WLTP cycle. DC fast charging is possible at up to 150 kW in this case, the sprint to 100 kmph takes 8.4 seconds, while the top speed is 170 kph. With this being said, both variants can be charged on AC power at up to 22 kW.
  3. Saw the road show in vivo city, the frugality is amazing...what do you think? i think diesel is the way to go green!
  4. So I got lucky and managed to win the grand prize for the recent Sonax workshop event held on Renault premises. The top prize was a weekend drive-away with the prize winning Grand Scenic. MCF organisers requested a thread on the weekend drive-away and I was happy to oblige. Just wondering if anyone has questions on this 7 seater model, I may be able to help answer some questions as I explore the ride this weekend. Current ride is a smallish Hyundai i30 wagon, so this is a different category for me, although I did come from a Mazda 5 not too long ago. A more complete review will be attempted, but first up some specs. Renault Grand Scenic Type - MPV 7 seater (midsize MPV) Engine - Diesel 1.5 litre Turbo dCI (Auto) ; Euro 6 BHP - 110; Torque - 260 NM Extras - full size glass roof (standard on Grand Scenic) Seats - full leather, one-touch foldable system via rear and front display panel Wheels - 195/55/20 with 20 inch rims Weight - 1.5 tons Length - 4.6 m; Height - 1.6 m 0 -100 km/h : 13.2 seconds Luggage space - 233/596 (3rd row folded)
  5. Hi, i just got my new car (very first) & thinking of installing 2-channel dashcam with parking mode so as to give me peace of mind. Wondering if anyone in this forum has Renault Grand Scenic (latest Gen4) with 2-channel dashcam installed & which authorized shop you had it installed. Im asking coz my SE told me Wearnes Automotive stopped installing rear camera due to leaking issue after installing.
  6. May want to upgrade to a MPV for my next ride and am considering this 4 mid-size conti diesel-powered Cat A MPV which I have viewed them all but couldnt made up my mind. Reason for going Diesel is because I figured out over a distance of 100k km, the saving in pump cost is much greater as compared to the higher road tax which I may have to pay for a diesel-powered 1.6L MPV (making comparison with mid-size petrol powered MPV like Wish/Mazda 5). Furthermore, driving up North is something which i seldom do. Based on personal observation, Touran is the one which i spotted most often on the roads (though they may be the petrol variant and not neccessary the diesel variant) Any views from current owners or anyone who has an opinion? I'm trying to guess which MPV is the best value for money or best bang for bucks over a period of say 8yrs.
  7. Trollstigen, is a serpentine mountain road in Norway - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trollstigen We stopped at the port of Alesund, Norway, while on a cruise. That day was a long cruise stop day, so there was time for us to rent a car, which we did in advance. Originally we were supposed to get a Toyota Prius equivalent. We were given a complimentary upgrade to a BMW 520d Touring model, so good for me. Driving to the Troll Road and back was fun. The hairpin turns look scary, but they were not difficult at all. In fact, I think it is more challenging to drive up to Genting. Nevertheless, the experience was fun. Here is a video I made of the adventure to Trollstigen. Driving down the hairpin turns start at the 8:32 mark. Some more information on the blog post, for all those interested. http://guitar123foodandtravel.blogspot.sg/2014/07/adventure-of-seas-day-9-alesund-part-1.html The BMW 520d Outside a Shell station. The hairpin turns, from the lookout. Not that hard, just drive slowly.
  8. Yesterday i jogged/walked along the park connectors next to the canal from Bradell Rd Bridge (next to Delgro depot) all the way passed PIE near St Andrew School there and ended up at Bendemeer Bridge.... the connectors are shady and as it was hightide, the water was full to the brim.... i could imaging pple having those Oxford/Cambridge, or Yale/Harward row-boat race down the canal, or dragon boats race it was quiet and i met only a few mei mei joggers, a few cyclists, few old men resting/smoking at the benches.... didnt know sgp still has such idylic spots one part has HUDC flats behind some matured trees on the other side of the canal..... very tranquil and peaceful (potong pasir estate) Anyone knows other such park connectors which have some old-charm and relaxed atmosphere? I ever cycled from Pasir Ris park to tampines town centre using the connectors.... not bad but as the estates are newer, so the feel is different
  9. guys .. anyone driven before ?? comments and reviews and pictures ?? thanks .....
  10. Hey All, Anyone love going for drives at night? Still love these routes: 1. Pierce Reservoir (running along Upp Thomson Road) 2. 99 bends (Buona Vista) behind Science Park 3. Tuas Reclaimed Land 4. Punngol Road 5. Changi Coastal Road 6. Kranji Dam toward New Tew 7. Lim Chu Kang Road (tengah Airbase) Anymore fun routes you can think of? Also went into the cemetries before, not eerie to me cause had military exercises in ther before
  11. http://www.newscenic.com/index.html
  12. New Scenic Makes A Scene uto Express magazine has the first pictures of next year's all-new Renault Scenic, and they show how the French company isn't taking any risks with the next-generation compact MPV. Unlike the radical new M
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