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“Renault Laguna 1.9 dci extreme tourer. As long as you...”

Written on: 30/06/2010

Renault Laguna 1.9 dci extreme tourer. As long as you don't mind paying for a replacement turbo at some point or for replacement springs.. a beautiful car to look at. Had turbo replaced at 90k. Got a reconditioned turbo rather than a new one and avoided Renault main dealers. Save a fortune on main dealer new turbo and fitting, but still cost a fortune £1,000.

Had 4 coil springs replaced. Two on the back and again a further one on the back when one of the replaced two snapped. The drivers side front coil spring snapped when doing 2 mph puncturing the tyre and locking the wheel. lucky I was not on my commute doing 70mph on dual carriageway or I may not be writing this now.

Window regulator on front N/S window broke, garage quoted £250 for part plus £65 to fit. I bought the part wholesale myself for £65 and had it fitted for half the price.

Lets hope Renault have ironed out these reliability problems with their new models. Having said that 90k before a turbo fails is quite good.

hopefully you won't end up on first name terms with your local friendly garage.

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