Used 2012 Renault Laguna Coupe Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 Renault Laguna Coupe

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 Pros Safety is priority and shows in every detail. Even though there are only four seats, there are eight airbags and even the convenient driver features provide safety because the driver can keep their eyes on the road without worrying about fumbling with accessories.

 Pros Road handling is exceptional and provides as much security as a sportier vehicle that is meant to take sharp corners at high speeds. Between the stability controls and a chassis designed to add more control to the vehicle drivers can rest assured that they will have complete control over where they are going.

 Pros Comfort features allow each passenger to have their own space and allows for climate control for the entire vehicle. The front seats also have optional heating elements for even more individualized comfort levels for the driver and front passenger.

 Pros Engine options are decent and provide enough horse power to get any job done without affecting fuel economy, which averages around 46 miles per gallon. They also provide lower emissions in order to benefit the environment as well.

 Pros Provides a quiet acoustic environment on the inside by blocking out the sound of the engine and other traffic.

 Pros The overall feel of the interior provides security, safety and convenience simply in the way that it is designed. There are many features added that make rear passengers feel like they are sitting in the front

 Cons Although the comfort level is taken to the highest standards, there are only four seats in the Renault Laguna Coupe which makes it difficult to use as a family car for those with larger families.

 Cons There are so many standard features that come equipped on all versions that buyers should be certain that the model that they are buying is what they are looking for. Some features may be more than they are looking to have and getting rid of features is harder to do than adding them.