Used Renault cars to look out for
- Twingo [city car]
- Clio [supermini and estate]
- Modus/Grand Modus [supermini MPV]
- Mégane [family hatch, convertible, coupe and estate]
- Scenic [compact MPV]
- Grand Scenic [medium MPV]
- Laguna [medium-range hatchback, coupe and estate]
- Wind [roadster]
- Espace [large MPV]
- Koleos [compact SUV]
When the 21st century came, Renault started to develop a reputation for providing distinctive and outlandish designs. The second-generation Laguna featured ambitious, angular designs that turned out to be a game changer for the company. What’s more, it was the 2000 Laguna that became the second European car to feature keyless entry and ignition.
The used and new Renault Clio and Mégane models are both some of the strongest cars in their respective sectors, so demand remains high. Their recognisable shape gives them a style that people love and want.
There's value to be found in the Twingo line up! It’s the perfect used Renault for a city road trip. The quirkiness it boasts allows you to nip round corners – even the models with a 1.2-litre engine provide you with a fun drive.
The Renault Kangoo makes a great, affordable and all-weather hack. Though it probably doesn’t look like much, it’s manufactured in a way to appeal to those looking for a practical family car that will get them from A to B.
Those looking for a cheap SUV could certainly do worse than a used Renault Koleos. This 4x4 wasn’t in production for long, which is why it’s such a bargain in the second-hand vehicle market.
Does Renault have any awards?
There’s plenty of sought-after awards that Renault have managed to bag. With its elegant lines, expressive design and first-rate reliability, the Renault Mégane won “Best Lower Medium Car” at the Fleet World 2017 Honours. The larger Kadjar has an athletic look, giving it authority and distinction. This is why it received a gold award and was named “Best Off-Road SUV” at the Auto Express Driver Power Awards.