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What kind of ignition system does the Megane 2 have?

The Mégane II and the Laguna were both showcases for a great deal of innovative technologies Renault launched at the beginning of the 2000s; the Renault Card keyless ignition system, standard on the Mégane II, was a first in this class and has since been widely adopted.

Who is the manufacturer of the Renault Megane?

Car model manufactured by Renault. The Renault Mégane is a small family car produced by the French car manufacturer Renault since 1995, and was the successor to the Renault 19.

When did the Renault Megane scenic come out?

The first generation was largely based on its predecessor, the 19, and utilized modified versions of that car’s drivetrain and chassis. In November 1996, the Mégane Scénic compact MPV was introduced, using the same mechanical components as the hatchback Mégane.

What kind of fuel does a Renault Megane use?

In Brazil, Renault launched a flex fuel version, called “Hi-Flex”, which is able to run either with unleaded gasoline (petrol) or ethanol. Like the Brazilian Scénic and Clio versions, the Mégane’s engine can work with any mix of gasoline and ethanol, due to the use of an electronic control module.

When did the Renault Megane I get a facelift?

A mild facelift in spring 1999 gave the Mégane I a modified grille, more advanced safety features and upgraded equipment, and 16 valve engines were used across the range. An Estate body style was also launched in mainland Europe with the facelift.

What are the different models of the Megane?

As with the previous Mégane, the range of models is wide; there is a three and five door hatchback available, named “Sport Hatch” and “Hatch” respectively, there is a four door saloon/sedan (Sport Saloon), a five door estate (Sport Tourer / Grandtour), and to replace both the Mégane Coupe and Convertible,…