The exterior of the Renault Latitude Sedan is conservative, but very attractive at the same time. This makes it fit for a wider range of drivers than other Renault models. It carries a refined engine under the hood even if it is not overly powerful. It does carry the car where it needs to go with a pretty smooth ride even without the extra power. Even the tires are designed to benefit the ride, with better rubber made to grip the road in both wet and dry road conditions. The brakes are anti-lock with electronic brake force distribution and emergency brake assist. The hazard warning lights are automatically activated as well. The engine options include both petrol and diesel, and the difference in the ride between the two of them is minimal but it can still be felt.
The ultimate comfort and convenience that is provided on the inside of the Renault Latitude Sedan proves this model well worth the asking price. It comes with everything that drivers could possibly need, including keyless entry that automatically locks the doors as the driver walks away from the car, hands free Bluetooth, a built in navigational system and heated front seats. The seats are leather and are designed to provide more support for the driver and the passengers. Electric, one touch windows and automatic headlights and windshield wipers add a touch of convenience to the overall driving experience. The rear passengers can enjoy plenty of elbow and leg room, as well as features designed for their overall comfort as well. The middle seat provides a fold down "table" when it is not in use and there are small cubbies in the doors to store belongings on longer journeys. The optional features of the Renault Latitude Sedan include a massage feature in the driver's seat, a Bose sound system and a three zone climate control system with a toxicity sensor and active carbon filter. This does not seem like much, but it is well worth the upgrade if it is chosen.