The Renault Mégane continues to ramp up with the Energy TCe 165 fuel pack combined with the seven-speed EDC double clutch transmission. It comes from the TCe 205 engine of the Mégane GT and offers the best performance with a torque of 250 Nm available from 2,400 rpm, a maximum speed of 215 km / h and a speed of 0 to 100 km / h in 8, 2 sec.
The Renault Mégane sedan and Estate are now available with an Energy TCe 165 block combined with an EDC automatic double-clutch seven-speed transmission. This block guarantees a torque of 250 Nm from 2,500 rpm. It is derived from the TCe 205 engine developed by Renault Sport for the Mégane GT.
By changing the standard equipment or the choice of options. However, it remains to be confirmed, it seems to us that Renault has slightly modified the taillights by adopting a black entourage replacing the red that we know about the Mégane since its launch.
This new Energy TCe 165 engine is coupled to a 7-speed EDC double-clutch automatic transmission. Driving side, we find the Multisens and its 4 modes of driving – Eco, Comfort, Neutral, Sport – but we lose the 4Control system with 4 wheels of the GT