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Renault Laguna Overview
The Renault Laguna is in the large family car class and is produced by the French car manufacturing company Renault. At the beginning of 2012 the Laguna was part of a series of Renault cars that was to be discontinued in the UK market, while continuing in the rest of Europe. This car is comfortable, spacious and has great safety features. In fact it was the first car to receive 5 stars in Euro safety testing. This car looks good as well, but has been known for reliability issues.
Renault Laguna History
The first generation Laguna I (1993-2000) was brought into production as a replacement for the Renault 21. This was initially only available in the hatchback version, but in 95 the estate version was released as a replacement for the Renault Nevada. In 1998 the Laguna received a makeover which meant a vaster engine range with modifications to both exterior and interior parts. The first generation Laguna was known for its faults.
The second generation Laguna II (2000-07) sorted out these fault issues of its predecessor and was the first car to receive 5 stars in the Euro NCAP safety tests. This car shared design platform with the Nissan Primera. In 2005 this car had a makeover with Renault claiming it brought more comfort and added security.
The third generation Laguna III (2007 - ) released a coupe version as well as the hatchback and estate versions. This design was based on a new D platform, shared with the Nissan Altima. It had a makeover in 2010 and this is the current version in production.
Over the years there have been a number of different engines available across the range. Petrol engines are: 1.6, 1.8, 1.9, 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5L petrol, and 1.5, 1.9, 2.0, 2.2, 3.0 and 3.5L diesel. The 1.5 diesel offers 67mpg far outclassing any of the other engines in fuel economy. The engine size, age and fuel type of the vehicle will help determine how economical it will be.
For the third generation Laguna there are 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearboxes available. Check out the Renault gearbox parts section of our website, which is dedicated to Renault gearbox parts.
Laguna parts can be found here at Breakeryard and can be found one of two ways: Visit the Laguna parts page or enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate the exact part you need. Our Breakers are waiting for your order.
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