It is very tempting. I know what the dealer is doing and it seems to be working. He is making me think about a change. We're going along to the garage tomorrow when they're having one of these 'promotion weekends', bbq and kids enterainment etc... I know they're going to try and get us to sign for a car while the kids are running about so that our sensible heads not working properly, I can see it now.
It'll have to be a spectacular deal to make us change because we do like the car we have now. I can't say I'm a fan of the central digital dashboar display in the newer cars.
The Grand Scenic is a bigger car and I wonder if the 1.6 would be a little underpowered.
We'l have to see how desperate the dealer is to shift his stock and what he offers.
I will definately update you all and thank you for your messages.
Defo have a test drive in as many of the models in the range as you can.
Have a drive in a Grand Scenic the handling can be wooly try the 5 seater as a comparison.
If they have a large stock of Scenic IIs they might be ex Motability cars and some tho low mileage have had a hard life.
Different tyre/wheel combinations can make a huge difference to the Scenic IIs driving characteristics.
I personally would say the Scenic IIs reliability is no worse than the Scenic I.
Early cars suffered from the same maladys as the Megane II but to a lesser extent.
A huge difference in the Scenic II compared to the Scenic I.
I would not buy a Scenic II without a long & comprehensive warranty as in any modern car