Renault “XV de France” Clio and Megane Editions Announced Rpmgo.com

Renault Megane “XV de France”

Another special edition of the Renault Megane will be launched, dubbed “XV de France”, which will also be available for the Clio model. It is the third year in a row when the French automaker is launching this special edition, which marks the company’s involvement in rugby as a sponsor of the French national team.

The main difference between these versions and the ones from the last two years reside in the fact that they have become full-fledged “versions”, meaning that they are fully integrated into Renault’s catalog and can be purchased all year-round.

Renault Megane “XV de France”

The Megane is based on the Dynamique trim level and offers a unique Marron Glace paintjob that is complemented by the special upholstery available inside the cabin. Special wheels are also included, along with the French Rugby Federation emblems that can be found on the front wings and inside the car. The car offers satellite navigation, front & rear parking sensors, electric fold-back mirrors and bigger 17-inch alloys.

Renault Megane “XV de France”

The Megane is available with one gasoline engine that outputs 130 hp and three diesels that offer from 110 to 150 hp.

Renault Clio “XV de France”

The Renault Clio “XV de France” is based on the Dynamique TomTom trim and has the same paint, badges and upholstery as the Megane and offers automatic air conditioning, 80W CD/MP3 sound system, Bluetooth support, and cruise control and 16-inch wheels.

Renault Clio “XV de France”

The car is available with two engines that output 100 and 110 hp and two diesels that produce 95 and 105 hp respectively.

Renault will make 5,500 Meganes and 10,000 Clios wearing the “XV de France” name.