Seeing the exterior of the Renault Grand Scenic Wagon for the first time might be a little reminiscent of the Scenic, but there are slight differences that make this one stand out. The most noticeable difference is that it is slightly longer than the original model in order to make room for the additional seats in the rear. The front comes with chrome and high gloss black details and a new grill, as well as along the side on the side protection moldings. The Grand Scenic comes in many different colors for individual buyers to choose from. Added exterior features that are included advanced technology equipment that alerts drivers when they cross the lines without signaling and sensors for the windshield wipers and headlights that automatically turn them on when it starts to rain or when it senses a change in lighting. Lighting changes can be anything from oncoming cars or streetlights in the city that tell the car to switch between high and low beams. Even parking sensors installed on the bumpers allow drivers to park with ease.
Interior features of the Renault Grand Scenic Wagon are more similar to the Scenic than the outside, but they still provide comfort and style while maintaining safety standards and driver convenience. Electric door locks and windows are one of the standard features, as is a CD player with fingertip controls on the steering wheel and hands free Bluetooth for phone calls on the go. The Grand Scenic also comes with darker tint in the rear windows and a navigational system as standard equipment. Optional features are also available. Automatic dual zone climate control and a better sounding system can be added upon request as well as more electric features for convenience, such as electric folding mirrors on the passenger and driver's side doors. Visor mirror lights and a sliding center console can also be added. Driver's and passenger airbags are standard features as well in order to keep all of the occupants on board safe during a collision.