One of the roomiest passenger vehicles on the market, the Renault Grand Modus Wagon provides passengers with easy visibility, plenty of room for individual passengers and a smooth ride. With five seats that can be adjusted as needed, this model can feel like a van with extra cargo room in the rear for extra storage or a more compact limousine with plenty of extra leg room for the rear passengers. The focus of manufacturers has been put on the comfort and practicality of every single detail of the interior, keeping in mind the passengers that will have to be sitting in the seats and storing their belongings no matter where they are going. Many extras have been added to upgrade the old version, and the Grand Modus flaunts the details in style with the exterior facelift that it received as well. The overall style may be familiar to anyone that has already been in the old version, but they will definitely realize the difference once they get comfortable.
The interior is not the only factor that has been tweaked on the Renault Grand Modus Wagon. The Grand Modus provides a quiet ride that handles well on road and can be used on long journeys without many complaints from the passengers. The engine option should be chosen carefully, because the wrong engine may subtract from the fuel economy that individuals look forward to as well as the quiet enjoyment of the drive. Because of the size of the Grand Modus, the corners are not taken really smooth, but the overall handling does really well considering. The steering may not be as comfortable as some might like, which may deter drivers from long trips but it definitely gets them where they are going in comfort. Safety is taken more into consideration with both front and rear air bags and equipment upgrades and drivers can feel secure leaving their belongings in the car no matter what side of town they end up on. The overall purchase price is hardly more than the old version, which ends up being a steal considering the upgrades that have been made and the room that it offers each passenger. Even the instrument panel has been centralized in order to make it more visible to all of the passengers and not just the driver.