Motorists familiar with owning and driving a used Renault Megane will witness some stark developments when the new Megane Coupe is unleashed on the market it has been stated.
The Birmingham Mail has commented that Renault has chosen "to go for a more streamlined posterior" instead of the "distinct rump that polarised opinion so starkly on previous generation models".
Renault is set to unveil its updated Megane range this spring, with the newspaper stating that the French manufacturer has a "terrific" line-up on offer.
Six engines in all will be available in the range, three petrol and three diesel, while used car drivers will also have the choice of three trim levels: Dynamique; Expression; and Privelege.
The publication adds that the hatchback offering of the new Megane "is more conservatively styled yet a treat to drive".
A review of the Renault Megane hatchback by WhatCar? stated that it is a "refined and comfortable drive", while also having "distinctive looks" and being of "excellent quality".