The Mégane IV is expected to launch at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, with sales starting in 2016. It will use the CMF-CD platform, which has underpinned the Nissan Pulsar. The Mégane IV will follow the latest design language, which has been seen on the Clio IV, Captur and Espace V. This means it will have very few things in common, with the outgoing model. The next model expected from Renault Sport is the new Megane R.S., which is likely to sport a smaller engine with a dual-clutch transmission.
1.6 (98 cui)
Performance 84 kW (114 PS) at 5500 rpm. Fuel gasoline. 5-speed Manual transmission. Engine 1 598 ccm (98 cui), 4-cylinder, In-Line.