Renault Scenic Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4.3 / 5
The Renault Scenic MPV is now as stylish and well equipped as it is practical, giving SUVs and crossovers a run for their money.
8 / 10
The market might be more crowed now than when the original Scenic first appeared but Renault's family holdall has matured into a polished, refined and competent alternative to the default choice of a family hatchback.
4 / 5
Bold looking Scenic will attract attention, while the spacious interior will be the main point of interest for buyers.
4 / 5
Renault’s top-selling MPV more practical than ever.
3.5 / 5
If you are after a practical people hauler then the strikingly good-looking Scenic should be on your shopping list. While it has its flaws, it is a certainly a more compelling option compared with close rivals such as the Ford C-Max, BMW 2 Series Active Tourer and Volkswagen Golf SV.
3.5 / 5
The XMOD is a more fashionable take on the famous Scenic family car that offers better usability on low-grip surface for hardly any extra cost. The extra body kit makes the styling more stand-out and interesting.
7 / 10
MPV sales are down, but the stylish Scenic has every chance of reversing the trend.
6 / 10
It looks different, is generally fine to drive and has a large boot, but the Scenic’s lack of space in the rear seats compared with rivals and higher than average list prices make it a hard sell.
3 / 5
The Renault Scenic is stylish, well made and cheap to run, but it's not as spacious as some of its rival MPVs.