Geneva 2009: Renault Megane RS 2009 2010: Reviews and Specification

Geneva 2009: Renault Megane RS 2009 2010: Reviews and Specification Geneva 2009: Renault Megane RS 2009 2010: Reviews and Specification






New Mégane Renault Sport is powered by a new-generation 2-litre 16-valve turbocharged petrol engine which boasts maximum power of 250hp (184kW) at 5,500rpm and peak torque of 340Nm from 3,000rpm. looks hot, though i think it's positioned more at the Alfa GTA and Sirocco than the Mini. Should be a great deal of fun, and I like the looks. Very Very nice. I'm no too thrilled about the interior... but then again it does not matter since I cannot buy the car anyway due to being located on the other side of the pond. Dig the exterior though it appears that rearward visibility might be an issue. The sum of the different improvements made to this engine has produced a gain of 20hp and 40Nm over Mégane R26.R which itself emerged as the yardstick in the world of performance hatches. The Renault Sport 2.0 T engine's twin-scroll turbo is exceptionally responsive and is particularly flexible at lows revs, with 80 per cent of maximum torque available from 1,900rpm. Its broad useful rev band makes it a genuine joy to drive in everyday use, and the pleasure remains all the way up to the rev-limiter whenever it is pushed a little harder. The engine of New Mégane Renault Sport drives through a six-speed manual gearbox. Geneva 2009: Renault Megane RS 2009 2010: Reviews and Specification

If Nissan has actually killed the re-birth of the Silvia for the time being, why the hell don't they engineer the 370Z for this beauty of an engine. It would reduce the Z's weight by close to 50kg. Come on Nissan put the Renault partnership to good use!!
Work has also gone into the acoustics of the Renault Sport 2.0 T engine to produce a telltale sporty pitch audible inside the cabin under acceleration.

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New Mégane Renault Sport has inherited the same suspension arrangement as the current Mégane Renault Sport. Thanks to an independent steering axis layout at the front, the suspension and steering functions have been separated to ensure a particularly high standard of handling and traction performance.

Like the sporting versions of the Renault Clio and Renault Twingo ranges, New Mégane R.S. is available with a choice of two chassis: the 'Sport' chassis or the 'Cup' chassis, which comes with a limited slip differential for even greater traction.

The electric power steering features specific, sportier calibration and benefits from the latest improvements seen on New Renault Mégane aimed at achieving greater precision and even more feedback from the road.

New Mégane Renault Sport is equipped with ESC which is fully disconnectable in order to enable owners to sample the pleasure of enjoying their car's full potential round a circuit.

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