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RENAULT LAGUNA ROAD TEST

Renault Laguna was gone from the Australian market of new cars since 1996, but now it's back with a new distributor and new models. Renault Australia (as part of the Alliance, Nissan/Renault) kicked off here in June 2001 with the series, which was the Clio, the Latin American and the scenic 4WD wagons runnable and Megane Convertible. Now, after some frustrating, Laguna and Laguna estate Limo arrived. Laguna saloon (read sedan, although it actually has a rear hatch!), comes in three levels of the facility. These are the permissions, permissions and Authentique LX. Laguna estate (read cars) are available in the form of Authentique and permissions.

So far, all of Australia-bound 3.0 l V6 engine, Lagunas, joined with the five-speed "tiptronic style" automatic transmission. This year, four cylinder models are due. Prices for pubs places start at $ V6 Laguna 46,990 Authentique, with the privilege of a standing $ 51,990, and permissions LX, $ 57,990. Add $ 4,000 for domains and permissions. Authentique

Equipment levels are generous, with all the dual front and Lagunas featuring front side airbags, side curtain airbags, antiblokovací with EBD and emergency brake assist, electronic stability program, traction control, climate control, air conditioning, power Windows (front) and mirrors, remote locking, cruise control, alloy wheels (4), and a trip computer, CD player. Permission Add Xenon light models, power adjustable front seats, CD player six tray, leather and velour upholstery, fog lamps, rain sensing wipers, rear side window awnings and in the warehouse.

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