Renault Laguna Hatchback 2007-2009 Reviews – Renault Finance Specialists

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Renault Laguna Hatchback

The third generation of the Renault features a coupe, estate and models. Renault has worked to build these cars to a high spec in order to with other main rivals and they have well. All of them feel built and strong and even the that has exceptionally good but it is still a Laguna inside the same interior as the estate and

There is a wide range of to choose from and the coupe with two extra engines of its own will thrill you with speed and power.

Pros and Cons:

Good engines

Steering lacks

Exterior and Interior

Engines

are multiple engines available in the with the estate and hatchback coming with the same of seven engines. The coupe has a range, but gains two more of its own. The estate and hatchbacks start with a 2.0-litre producing 140bhp followed by 2.0-litre producing 170bhp.

In 2008 and new GT petrol engine was out, the 2.0-litre T 16valve produces 202bhp and is quick for of this size.

Performance and

Both of the small petrol in the estate and hatchback are very but can lack pulling power it#39;s needed. The diesel are all very good with the small 1.5-litre putting in a performance. The 2.0-litre diesel 150bhp is the better engine to go for in the and estate models.

It is quicker than the smaller engine by more than a going from 0-60mph in 9.2 and still manages to maintain the fuel efficiency at 47mpg. The GT diesel engine is the best to go for in the coupe as it#39;s not much than the 2.0-litre GT petrol (7.6 seconds 0-60mph) the same in just over 8 It also manages almost better than the petrol 43mpg.

The top of the range coupe engines are quick and powerful with the diesel being surprisingly than the 3.5-litre petrol from 0-60mph in just 7.1 The fuel efficiency isn#39;t bad either managing 39mpg is better than any of the petrol across the range.

What like to Drive

The handling in the and hatchback models leaves a lot to be with Renault focusing on comfort than a car that the corners well. The ride is and smooth but, the steering light and lifeless although is ample grip.

The coupe is a whole different though with very handling in the corners thanks to its chassis which allows the wheel to turn in the opposite to the front wheels at slower by 3.5 degrees which helps to flatter cornering and reduces At higher speeds the rear turn in the same direction as the wheels to improve its agility.

The also feels very and has reduced body roll is also due to the lowered suspension and chassis. The driving position in all of the is good with both the and steering wheel being and you have a good all-round

Faults and Repairs

There been few problems reported the Laguna, although some have reported some of the coming loose. The repair and costs are fairly average looking at its rivals so there#39;s to worry about there.

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