(Worldcarfans) - Following the success of the limited edition Latitude released in 2006, Renault has taken the formula a step further with the 2007 Scenic Latitude which represents even greater value for money for the customer. More comprehensively equipped and once again featuring a fixed glass panoramic roof, this year's New Scenic Latitude comes with charcoal grey trim. This limited edition offer applies not only to Scenic but also to 5 and 7 seat Grand Scenic. Based on the Expression equipment level, the new car is available with the full range of engines and gearboxes from the Scenic and Grand Scenic catalogue, with the exception of the 1.4 16V 100hp and 2.0 Turbo 165hp powerplants. Scenic Latitude goes on sale in March 2007 at a price just €100 above that of equivalent Expression versions.
Renault is out to build on the popularity enjoyed by Scenic Latitude in 2006 with the release of a new version of this limited edition which offers even greater benefits to the customer. The 2007 version of this limited edition offer features specific 'Caraibes' wheeltrims, a rear parking sensor and a fixed glass panoramic roof. Any of the body colours available for the Scenic range can be ordered for the limited-run Latitude, as well as Grey Blue which is exclusive to the new car. The metallic paint option includes integral paint at no extra cost.