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The New Renault Escape Review: Top Class In Energy, Space, And Technology

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The all-new model Renault Espace has been dubbed the French Crossover. It has brought about a myriad of changes and more importantly, some renewed energy. Quite clearly it came as a surprise to all.

One of the major makeovers is on the platform which the new model shares with the crossover Nissan X-Trail and the Qashqai, a new multimedia system, as well as modification of its seven seats. Renault’s logo sits magnificently on the grill and complemented by chrome “upholstery” and crossbars. The headlights too receive LED filling.

More work is seen on the front bumper which has received a powerful and massive muscle, with large air intake openings. Along the edges of LED fog lights are located for easier navigation under such circumstances.

The rear part is equally tweaked but still that it still preserves the unique style of the car. It is however, still very particular to the Espace. The tailgate is geometrically aligned, complete with spoiler on its glass, a small bumper, protected by plastic, scratch resistant, and marker lights with LED filling, which give a perfect picture at spirited effort work.

There is also an interesting interior outlook which includes multi-function steering wheel and a TFT display. The driver can change the image information displayed and the backlight. Furthermore, there is a projection screen that displays all the data exclusively.

Attention is also given to height which increases by 4 centimeters of ground clearance, to get a whole 16 centimeters. However, the overall height of the car goes down by 6.3 centimeter to about 166.7 centimeters.

It is a full-size family car and the Japanese automaker has given quite a thought as to what the needs of this outstandingly spacious automobile might need. The good thing is that it has come out alright. So far, so good.

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