Renault Megane Renault Sport RS 250

Renault Megane RS 250

5 Pros

  1. Terrific driving machine. The Renault Megane RS is light, agile, quick and easy to use. Driving the Renault is like using lubricant, easy to go fast
  2.  A hot hatch – so it’s going to be pretty cheap and usable day to day
  3. The brand. While Renault may not be as desirable as some other German names the Megane still has a certain calm sophistication when compared to many of its hyperactive Japanese competitors
  4. It won Drive Best Performance Car under A$40k for 2 years running (although I note that these awards often seem limited by the small range of cars available to the judges)
  5. 700 have been sold in Australia so it is still pretty exclusive

5 Cons

  1. Front wheel drive which is always a compromise in sport cars. Think of it like breaststroke, efficient and pretty quick, but unlikely to be your number one choice when someone shouts shark
  2. Relatively specific appeal, so it might depreciate quickly
  3. Its really tuned for the track, so it’s a bit harsh to drive on road
  4. Renault has just about sold out of this edition, however new RS 265 will likely be just as good with a little more power
  5. Average stereo

Concluding personality type: Matt Damon: Quietly understated day to day, but always delivers class leading performances when it counts

Megane RS 250 body

By far the best response to the question “do you snowbaord or ski?”

One comment

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