Renault Laguna Dci Privelage Tourer

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Renault Laguna Dci Privelage Tourer

Post by bxzx16v »

A few pics of my wifes 2003 Laguna , we have had the car 6 years in August and other than the usual Turbo/intercooler problems it really has been a fantastic car returning late 40's to the gallon back and forward to work . With it being the privelage model its also got some nice bits , massive electric sunroof , sunblinds in the side windows , auto dipping rearview mirror and loads more ,I know it's not a well loved engine but this one has never missed a beat now on 128k it really does perform well for 120bhp , IMO a better performer and more economical car than my previous 2.0 Hdi 110 C5 and easily a match for my old 2.2Hdi 136 C5 and way more economical , would definatly consider another Laguna after this , possibly a Dci 180bhp GT estate perhaps , for you car cleaning lovers the cars been washed with the Finishkare range of products which are fantastic , anyway heres a few pics

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Thanks for taking time to look

Mark

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Post by Citroenmad »

I do like those and its good to hear a almost glowing report from a happy owner. Yours does look very very nice and tidy, seems to have more sensible sized wheels than the usual 17s on most LagunaII. Known as the chocolate wheels on Renault forums I believe? Due to their disliking of potholes :lol:

The spec on LagunaIIs seem excellent in the most part, even the new Lagunas are about brimming with spec. They are also looking very good buys at the moment.

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Post by R9UKE »

You excellent person. We need more Renault fans on here, the Laguna is better than the C5 :wink:

I'm a bit of a serial Laguna II buyer and they really are truly excellent cars, I can't see myself ever being without one.

The Privilege is an excellent spec, and it has to be one of the sexiest looking estates around.

Nice one!

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Post by Citroenmad »

R9UKE wrote:You excellent person.
I can't see myself ever being without one.
Nice one!
AH, you said that about a Vel Satis :roll: :lol:

I agree though, very nice cars 8-) Bargains too!

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Post by R9UKE »

Citroenmad wrote:AH, you said that about a Vel Satis :roll: :lol:
They're the same car underneath :)

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Post by Citroenmad »

R9UKE wrote:
Citroenmad wrote:AH, you said that about a Vel Satis :roll: :lol:
They're the same car underneath :)
Really? :shock:

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Re: Renault Laguna Dci Privelage Tourer

Post by bxzx16v »

A long overdue update on the Laguna , yesterday she was delivered to her new owner . I hope he will be as happy with the car as my wife and I have been with it . There maynot be a replacement due for a few months yet but it could verywell be a 2.0 Dci Laguna III in Dynamique S or maybe Initiale spec if one can be found . I'll post any updates on the replacement as and when , thanks

Mark

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Re: Renault Laguna Dci Privelage Tourer

Post by Citroenmad »

Again, good to hear of a happy 1.9DCi Laguna owner 8-) :-D

The LagunaIII 2.0DCi should make for a very nice replacement, ive not looked but I bet they are becoming excellent value now.