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By Ben Pulman
23 August 2007 10:29
The new Laguna is good. Quality has taken a big step forward, the dash is intuitive, and unless you’re very tall the interior is very comfortable. There are lots of nice, practical touches and the 1.5 dCi makes a very good car indeed. Dynamically it falls a little short of the Mondeo but the gap is closer than ever, and the Laguna is generally cheaper than the Ford. Only the looks hold this car back.
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Renault Laguna Dynamique 1.5 dCi 110 (2007) CAR review
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The Laguna has quite a lot of showroom appeal and the interior is very nice indeed. In my view, the interior is better than that of the Mondeo. However the 1.5 dCi engine is hopeless in this car. It isn't too bad once you are travelling at 60 but from a standstill it is completely gutless and it's noisy. If it improves on the dreadful reliability of it predecessor, then it should do well.
03 March 2008 04:46
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