The GT versions bridge the gap between the Privilege versions and Renaultsport are exclusively available with the TCe 180 petrol engine or the powerful, high-torque dCi 160 diesel powerplant.
Customers wanting the GT look with a smaller engine and price tag can have the GT-Line option pack fitted to the Dynamique trim level for just £1,290. This features a sports chassis, 17-inch alloy wheels, GT front and rear bumpers, anthracite door mirrors and the Renaultsport 250-specification seats with specific GT upholstery and extra lateral support.
Nine body colours are available in total for these new versions:
- Malta Blue is reserved exclusively for GT and GT Line versions of the Mégane range,
- three colours are exclusively available for Mégane Hatch, Coupé and Sport Tourer: Cayenne Orange, Glacier White and Mercury,
- two colours are specific to Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet: Pearlescent White and Royal Blue,
- three colours are available for all four body styles: Ruby Red, Pearlescent Black and Eclipse dark grey.
Optional equipment includes metallic paint (£405), Malta Blue or Cayenne Orange i.d. paint (£495), extra-tinted rear windows (£205), dual-zone climate control (£410), heated front seats (£305), electric panoramic sunroof (£615), leather upholstery (£920), bi-xenon headlamps (£665), Carminat TomTom satellite navigation (£460) and the Arkamys 3D sound radio with multifunctional TunePoint (£360).Renault launches new cut-price Megane
19 July 2010