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The Top Gear car review:Renault Megane
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
This is where the new Megane shines brightest. Tick plenty of options boxes and it can feel rather luxurious, with topmost versions getting a 8.7-inch portrait touchscreen (mounted in the same way as a Tesla Model S, you know…) that’s brighter and more eye-catching than rival systems, if not quite as slick. It houses all manner of functions, including a ton of active safety and parking tech, while behind the steering wheel lie bright and almost endlessly customisable TFT dials.
It’s all very smart and of decent quality within the Megane, and with a longer wheelbase than before, there’s plenty of room in the back and a 434-litre boot is among the best in class. It may look sporty and swoopy on the outside but Renault’s made sure practicality hasn’t suffered within.