Written on: 25/10/2010 by hoggman (6 reviews written)
It would seem that all of us 'automatic' owners are whinging about the same things - an totally 'orrible 'orrible auto gearbox.
Renaults automatic transmittion is what other manufacturers call a 'semi-auto' or VVT box. You can select normal auto or select gears up/down (like a sports car paddle shift, but nowhere near as sophisticated).
The box is operated by computer softwear and not by the mechical/hydraulic means of the older more reliable autoboxes.
The gearbox is supposed to learn and… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/10/2010 by pg1954 (12 reviews written)
Lovely spacious design that is let down by a lumpy auto gear box, poor reliability, and build quality issues. The Renault Scenic 2.0 Auto is a really big car inside for a small footprint on the road. Good high driving position. Very versatile seating, with 3 individual rear seats each folding and/or easily removing as required. Very good interior for all-round day-to-day family and holiday needs.
However: and there are lots of "howevers":
The auto box is really lumpy, and worse than Ford's… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2005 by Ted Milam (1 review written)
I feel that the Renault Scenic is a good all round family car, but of course time will tell if it is reliable or not… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/11/2004 by wepener (1 review written)
The Renault Scenic 2.0 Privilige People Carrier is a great practical car when new and under warranty, but costly and generally problematic threafter - please see my bad points above.
When ever we need to travel a dirt road , I cringe as I know something will go wrong...from exhaust to brakes to fuel line. A car meant for city commuting only. (European conditions versus African I guess)… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2004 by krazykusi (3 reviews written)
Bought my Renault Scenic 2.0 Privilige from new and loved it from the minute I got in it. The leather interior and matching trim makes it a really nice car to be in. Great car to drive bearing in mind it is a small MPV, smooth and quiet on the motorway although the 2.0 litre engine is a little louder than imagined around town (but still OK). Take off with the 2.0 is great (felt the 1.6 was a little "lacking" during a test drive) with a smooth gear change and nice purr whilst driving around… Read Full Review
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