Graham Hill Reviews The New Renault Flagship

Saturday, 18. September 2010

Hi, Graham Hill here, thank you so much for visiting my blog, I hope you learn a lot and as a result end up driving a great car. In order to do so you can get all the information you need by buying my book, An Insider Guide To Car Finance or use me to finance your next car. Happy driving.

Graham Hill’s in depth review of a car takes me back a little to probably my most favourite car to drive. No it wasn’t my 7 Series BMW, which I actually loved or any of the prestige and exotica cars that I have driven over many years of being in this business. Strangely it was back in the early 80’s when I drove a Renault 25 V6i. It was gorgeous, at the time it looked great, it drove wonderfully with a cabin that felt a cross between a fighter jet and my lounge, ideal when covering more than 30,000 miles per annum. The seats were actually thicker than my favourite armchair. It was an auto with aircon and an electric glass sunroof. With a lower coefficient of drag than any other car on the road it slipped through the air easing me easily up to 135 mph, that was until the police pulled me over after slowing down to 110 mph, which rightly landed me in court. Anyway, the car was crammed with brand new innovative technology, from the first car with remote central locking to a boot that closed itself and a voiced warning system. Unfortunately the car was one of the worst performers for depreciation as in the used market no-one wanted a car that had that many gadgets fitted to go wrong. With all this in mind Renault have announced the launch of its new flagship, the 4Dr Latitude. Whilst the French love their big Renaults we don’t seem to like them so much over here so Renault won’t be selling them in the UK so that ends my in depth review, which I’ll continue if Renault change their mind! By Graham Hill

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