Renault Scenic Tyre Pressure


Respecting the prescribed tyre pressure for the Scenic, which Renault makes, as well as Clio, Megane, and Laguna, will cuts gas usage and bills, raise driving safety and reduce harmful atmospheric CO2 emissions. Our ability to monitor and maintain their tire pressures at the optimal level ultimately rests with these executives.

The Scenic represents success in marketing more than success in engineering. In the late 1990s, Renault basically took a hatchback version of its popular Megane, added some minor features of convenience, and gave it a new name: Scenic.

Today, Scenic is positioned as a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) and competes against the Vauxhall Zafira, Toyota Verso, Fiat Multiplia, Citroen Xsara, SEAT Altea and the Nissan Almera.

Initially, Renault actually did not think that it would sell many Scenic. When sales surged past their projections, Renault had to scramble to increase production, eventually by five fold from their initial estimates and offer five types of trims, labeled Extreme, Expression, I-Music, Dynamic and Privilege.
A pre-requisite to selling and making money on cars today should be leadership in making cars that protect our environment. The people at Renault should be reminded of this and urged to make tyre pressures monitoring more convenient, not only for the Scenic, but also the other vehicles it manufactures.

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