Renault has come a long way with its new model fleet, offering exclusive design and full performance under the hood. However, to enhance their new look and make them more appealing, the French carmaker has also released a couple of trims and new styling packages.
For instance, take the all-new Renault Megane in the AKAJU disguise, a limited edition now available for orders in France alone. This model comes with a one-off styling package which makes it extremely attractive and a real head-turner. It is also a little bit more expensive than the standard 2017 Megane.
Prices start from 27,600 Euros for the Energy TCe 130 and continue with the Energy TCe 130 EDC (dual-clutch transmission), available at 29,200. Next, the Energy dCi 110 EDC kicks off at 31,400 Euros, while the Energy dCi 130 can be had from 31,000 Euros.
Visually, the 2017 Renault Megane AKAJU looks magnificent with the new 18-inch Grand Tour alloys, adding as well the “AKAJU” badging and the tinted rear glass.
The cabin comes with tweaks of its own, like front seats with massage function, matching brown brushed aluminum door panel trims, Black and Club Brown leather upholstery and so on.
On the gadgetry area, you can listen high-quality music thanks to the new premium Bose sound system, or you can browse through plenty of apps via the new colour head-up display. Other features also include the R-LINK 2 navigation with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility and much more.
For extra money, you can also choose the Easy Parking (500 Euros), Adaptive cruise control (300 Euros), or Electric opening sunroof (800 Euros).