Lower overall running costs for the Renault Laguna Sedan make it more appealing for buyers.
Stability features allow for better control and road handling than some sedans. Special consideration was given to the front and rear suspension in order to ensure safe handling could be achieved.
Features designed for passenger comfort do not interfere with the practical and convenient nature of the rest of the design. There is a balance obtained between comfortable and practical that makes the interior work for just about any driver.
Various engine options allow individual drivers to find the performance that they require without going through a lot of hoops to get there. Each option provides all of the details that they need to make an informed decision on which engine will work for them.
Higher economic value considering factors such as the mileage between servicing, interior features designed to save on fuel consumption and the overall residual value for both high and low mileage customers.
More consideration has been given to safety features in both the passive and active front. From the carefully researched and designed airbag placement to the practical placement of driver controls, no detail has been missed where passenger safety is concerned.
Fun to drive even if it is not racetrack worthy. Fast enough to have fun in without over doing the family/sports car feel.
Although the exterior design is definitely eye catching, it could pass as any other family car on the market. There is nothing about the exterior that draws special attention.
There is plenty of space in the cabin for four to five people, but the trunk space is very limited making carrying belongings pretty difficult. The rear seats may fold, but there still is only little room to work with.
Power seems to be a little short when it comes to overall driving. There is definitely power available when it is needed but seems to be a little lacking during an everyday drive through town.