Used Renault Megane Fog Lamp Surround

All used Renault Megane Fog Lamp Surround listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. listed used car parts for Renault Megane are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Fog Lamp Surround

The Megane Renault fog lamp surround is situated on the front and rear of the vehicle. This surround can be a plastic moulded panel, chrome or stainless steel component that fits around the fog lamp to hold it in place and protect it from damage. The surrounds come in various different shapes and sizes depending on the manufacturer and the size of the fog lamp, and some are body coloured to blend in seamlessly with the rest of the vehicle.

Some people find that they do not like the appearance of fog lamps on their vehicle and so choose to remove the fog lamps and fog lamp surrounds. If this is done, the area that is left can be covered with a blanking plate. The Megane Renault fog lamp surrounds are fastened to the rear of the bumper, so this may need to be removed to remove the surrounds.

Some people also prefer to customise their Megane Renault fog lamp surrounds by spray painting them a contrasting colour to the rest of the vehicles’ bodywork to create an individual appearance.

Megane Renault fog lamp surround damage is rare, but should be replaced if damage occurs to prevent fog light issues.

Renault Megane trivia

  • The Renault Maxi Megane was driven by Philippe Bugalski, Jean Ragnotti, and Serge Jordan in the French Championship Rallies in 96 and 97. It was also raced in the British Rally Championship between 1996 and 1999, with drivers such as Alain Oreille, Robbie Head, Martin Rowe, and Tapio Laukkanen.
  • If you want to try out a Renault Megane Sedan, you are going to struggle. It is not a car that has ever been for sale in either the UK or France, but it is extremely popular in Africa and the Middle East.
  • The Renault Megane Hatch 1.5 dCi 11 was called the best in its class by the Green Car Guide. That is largely down to the 80.7 mpg and the extremely low emissions.
  • Who needs a crash test dummy? In 2003, the world's first live crash test that used a human driver instead of a crash test dummy was carried out using the Renault Megane. The test was performed on the TV show Top Gear.
  • The second-generation Renault Megane was not just the first car in its class to win a five-star safety rating from EuroNCAP, but also won the European Car of the Year in 2003.