Price: £16,000 (est), on sale from Summer 2016

The All-New Renault Mégane will be hitting the roads in Spring 2016 with a number of unique-in-class features, eight years since the original first launched.

Set to rival the likes of Ford Focus, Peugeot 308 and Volkswagen Golf, the Mégane is a family hatchback that offers a premium sense and the latest car technology.

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The Mégane is the fifth Renault to be built on the Renault-Nissan Alliance's new Common Module Family (CMF) vehicle architecture. With that, it allows the model to be fitted with advanced and previously expensive technologies for a more affordable price.

This has unlocked a number of safety improving Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) including Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Emergency Braking, Lane Departure, Blind Spot and Safe Distance warnings, Overspeed Prevention with Traffic Sign Recognition, Automatic High Low Beam, Hands Free Parking, and 360 degree parking sensors.

Included in the interior are a colour head-up display, a configurable 7-i8nch Thin Film Transistor (TFT) colour instrument display, R-LINK 2 connectivity systems via either a 7-inch landscape or 8.7 inch portrait tablet, Multi-Sense technology to personalise the driving experience and, on the GT version, 4Control four-wheel steering.

Voice recognition for navigation, telephone, apps and radio are built into the display system which is connected to larger loudspeakers than the previous version.

It comes fitted with distinctive front and rear lighting signatures which are permanently lit when the engine is switched on, with 3D-effect LEDs also included.

With the All-New Mégane, Renault have continued the theme of designing their newer models longer and lower than previous generations such as the Clio, Captur and Kadjar. It is also now the widest in its class with significantly wider front and rear track widths than the outgoing model.

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The Mégane comes with the choice of ten highly efficient powertrains, all but one are turbocharged.

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