In the wake of the Captur, the Renault Megane is now available with rechargeable hybrid technology. The compact officially announces its price.
Now is the time for ecological transition for all builders. Absent from the plug-in hybrid segment, the Losange brand is correcting the situation with the arrival of the Captur e-Tech, but also of the Megane e-Tech.
This new version is only available with the Estate version when it is launched. Two trim levels are available for this engine, with an entry-level Intens and a better-equipped R.S. Line.
2,000 euros more for the R.S. Line finish
Available from 38,500 euros, the Renault Megane e-Tech Estate Intens provides radars and reversing camera, lane departure warning, fatigue detection, automatic emergency braking or the EasyLink multimedia system with screen. 9.3 inches.
Displayed from 40,500 euros, the R.S. Line version emphasizes the cosmetic endowment with, pell-mell, specific badges, a double exhaust outlet or 17-inch rims. The interior is sporty with an aluminum pedals, heated front seats in Alcantara and a leather steering wheel.
Eligible for the ecological bonus
In both cases, the Legrand Green Up flexicharger is available as an option at a price of 250 euros. Can also be added the Easy Park pack (blind spot sensor and rear collision detector) and Easy Drive (adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistant and Highway and traffic assistant in addition to the Easy Park pack), price of 350 euros and 950 euros respectively.
With a sophisticated 160 hp engine and a 9.8 kWh battery, the Renault Megane e-Tech announces an electric range of 50 km. It is therefore eligible for the new ecological bonus for plug-in hybrids.