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If only it were that simple. There are two different ranges: The 'sports' range (with the emphasis on sportiness, obviously) and the 'elegance' range (with the emphasis on comfort and 'toys.') There's plenty of scope for cross-over between the two, with some of the sports models having bits that some of the elegance models don't have, while the opposite is true of the same cars in other areas.
As I understand it, the 'Sports' line-up currently consists of the Extreme, Dynamique and GT. The 'Elegance' range has the Expression, Privelege and Initiale.
The above only really applies if you're buying new or nearly new though. The older line-up was a single range, with a more linear order, though there was still some cross-over between a couple of models. If I recall correctly, the Expression was better than the Dynamique in some ways, but wasn't as good in others. The line up was, I think, Authentique, Expression/Dynamique, Privilege, Initiale.
And if it was all as clear as mud before, it definitely is now.
Currently in Horatio's garage:
2010 Laguna III Initiale.