Seeing the exterior of the Renault Laguna Grand Tour Wagon is what draws buyers in. With a more assertive front end, drivers can see even from a distance that there is strength and reliability under the hood. This change in the front end is the most notable change in the exterior design, because the Grand Tour sticks true to the Renault look. It provides an attractive look for drivers with a touch of elegance without being overly fancy and too much frill. It does come with roof racks and has an overall look of a clean reliable car but is really pretty basic in the design.
The Renault Laguna Grand Tour Wagon has many interior features that provide comfort and safety while remaining practical for everyday use no matter how far the journey is. It has a card key for easy access and starting and an electronic emergency break that will automatically disengage when the car is put into gear. A climate control system is available and light and rain sensors that allow the car to automatically switch between high and low beams and the windshield wipers to come on when they are needed. With an average amount of leg room, there is room for up to five people, including the driver, and the seats can be folded into the floor when there is more need for cargo space in the rear than seating for passengers. Airbags, steering wheel controls for easy access and convenient features such as cruise control and power steering for an easier driving experience. A navigational device and heated front seats can also be added. Not all of these features are standard, but it is nice to know that they are available in the event that they are features that will either make or break a purchase deal. There are features that are not available even as options that cause a little inconvenience to the driver, such as the non-existing electric adjustable seats which makes it inconvenient to adjust between drivers.