4Renault Mégane BFB (Hatchback) GT-Line
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Renault Mégane BFB (Hatchback) GT-Line (2016-2018)

4Renault Mégane BFB (Hatchback) GT-Line

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AM24Perth, WA56 posts
RaySydney, NSW23 posts
Jodestar73QueenslandAustralia5 posts


I love this car. The ambient lighting that you can change with your mood, the ability to switch from comfort to sport to eco. The eco driving coach. The way it drives so effortlessly. It's a beautiful looking car and it's simply smooth to drive. It's basically the car version of Morgan Freemans' voice. Legit love it. Essendon Renault and Armstrong Auto are excellent to deal with. Both dealerships are friendly, prompt, helpful and know their stuff. Had an issue with the Bluetooth not syncing after phone calls, local service centre Armstrong Autos persevered with the problem, spoke to Renault Tech, had it sorted within 3 visits. Above par service!! This car is the bee's knees. Do yourself a favor and try one.

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Yvonne Johnson
Yvonne JohnsonMelbourne2 posts

Love my Megane

Pick what type of driving experience you want on any given day, sports, eco or comfort. I have always had leather interior but this time I went for the cloth interior and its great doesn't get too hot during summer. Free servicing for the first three years and roadside assist! :)

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Questions & Answers

Sello  R.
Sello R. · BFB (Hatchback) GT-Line (2016-2018)

I bought a new Renault Megane GT-line 2017; and just over two years of driving it; and due for 60 000 km service; is showing traces of oil on the engine; and the coolant is boiling; though the temp gage remain normal. My question: is this GT-Line having the same engine problem as the previous 2010 model.
At least on the previous Megane GT-line the oil leak and coolant problem started at 100 000km and the car was also bought brand new. I like the Renault Megane Hatcbach range; but this engine problem is now making me doubt the brand. The car is still under warranty and the oil leak problem can be fixed ; but I hate the idea of having an engine opened at such an early age of the car. In most cases once the engine is opened ; the car will never be the same again; it will be followed by problem after the other; which is the reason I had to trade in my previous Megane GT-LINE.
Is Renault failing to deliver when comes to engines. Are they investing more towards engine development and technology? Is Renault giving their engines enough hours on their test bench before a bench test certification is issued ? If that is the case why same problem on this GT-LINE generation. I know this model range has been discontinued; and believe better job can be done on the new generation of Megane engine wise; including engine power top-up. But first work on your engine durability.

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