Renault Laguna 2.0T Expression Review: Into the blue lagoon

Renault Laguna 2.0T Expression Review: Into the blue lagoon

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
28 Oct 2008

The standard model also comes with cruise control, electrically foldable side mirrors, auto wipers and headlamps, trip computer, rear parking sensors and a factory fitted radio. The high spec version we tested here adds bi-Xenon headlamps, a large panoramic sunroof and 17-inch alloys to the list.

Despite its sophisticated feel, the Laguna is competitively priced against the ubiquitous large Japanese saloons like the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and the recently launched Nissan Teana. At the same time, the Laguna also makes for a good value buy when compared to other European contenders in its class like the Ford Mondeo and Citroen C5.

True, the old Laguna might be a bit forgettable in many areas, but this new model is pretty impressive in many rights. When it comes to safety, cabin ambience, ride quality and sophistication, the Laguna certainly makes its competitors feel somewhat run-of-the-mill. And uninteresting…

Credits: Story by Raymond Lai, pictures by Azfar Hashim

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