Following the unveiling of the fourth-generation Renault Megane hatchback, what appears to be exterior dimensions of the Renault Megane sedan have just surfaced. Front and rear visual treatment for the sedan and estate as portrayed here appear to be very similar to the Megane IV hatchback’s, displaying a clear family resemblance.

As a C-segment sedan it is naturally the successor to the Renault Fluence which made its debut in 2009, and it has been spied testing ahead of its expected debut this year. It isn’t confirmed whether the new sedan will retain the Fluence name or adopt a new one. Given that the Fluence nameplate succeeded the Megane II sedan for the sedan’s third generation, this fourth generation successor could be given a new name.


Where the hatchback measures 4,359 mm long, 1,814 mm wide, 1,447 mm tall with a wheelbase of 2,669 mm, the sedan is 4,630 mm long and 1,443 mm tall, making it 271 mm longer and 4 mm lower than the hatchback. Meanwhile, the Megane estate’s measurements were also included, at 4,626 mm long and 1,449 mm tall, making it 267 mm longer and 6 mm taller than the hatchback.

The sedan can be expected to ride on the same CMF C/D (Common Module Family) platform as the Megane hatchback, which in turn is shared with the Espace and Talisman. Meanwhile, the Megane sedan and estate can also be expected to feature most, if not all of the powertrain options featured on the hatchback.


Among the options on the hatchback are a 1.2 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine in 100 PS/175 Nm Energy TCe 100 and 130 PS/205 Energy TCe 130 variants, while the Megane GT hatch gets a 205 PS/280 Nm 1.6 litre Energy TCe 205 turbo power plant, as well as a 115 PS/156 Nm 1.6 litre naturally-aspirated SCe 115 that will be offered on markets outside Europe in the first half of 2016.

As for diesel options, there’s a 1.5 litre turbodiesel offered in 90 PS/220 Nm Energy dCi 90 and 110 PS/260 Nm Energy dCi 110 variants, with either a six-speed manual or, in the case of the 110 PS version, a seven-speed EDC. A manual-only 130 PS/320 Nm 1.6 litre Energy dCi 130 mill is also offered, while a 165 PS/380 Nm Energy dCi 165 version with EDC is available only on the Megane GT. The Renault Megane sedan can be expected to appear at this year’s Paris Motor Show.

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