One of the Europe's largest automakers, Renault has just launched an upgraded version of its Laguna sedan, wagon and coupe.
Though Renault may not market in some regions, it's a major player where it does. Its worldwide sales rank it as the ninth biggest automaker in the world, just behind Honda and ahead of Fiat, Chrysler, BMW, Mercedes and Mazda, to name just a few. The numbers become even harder to ignore when coupled with its ally Nissan. One of Renault's most important products is the Laguna. The nameplate was launched in 1993, and has been in its current iteration since 2007. Now Renault has launched an upgraded model.
Available in sedan, wagon and coupe formats, the 2013 Renault Laguna offers a range of engines, including diesels ranging from 110 to 175 horsepower and a 2.0-liter 16-valve four. Renault has upgraded the range to include an available dual-clutch transmission, helping it further improve its performance, fuel economy and emissions figures. The 2013 Laguna also features revised front-end styling with integrated LED running lights and an interior fitted with the latest infotainment system, including the Renault R-Link interface and Bose audio.