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The Renault Scenic is a powerhouse of a compact car. Since the start of its production in 1996 until modern day, this car has been impressing drivers. Proper service is recommended in order to keep the Scenic in the best shape possible. Our Renault Scenic service manual contains everything you need to get started. The detailed instructions are easy to read and will guide you every step of the way.

The first generation Renault was in production from 1996 until 2003. This popular car offered seating for 5 with plenty of legroom. The smaller size was advertised as a multi purpose vehicle for marketing purposes. In 1997 it was named the European Car of Year. Starting production with only 250 cars a day, it rose to almost 2,500 cars a day due to popularity. The car also has separating rear window opening, dashboard storage, rear head restraints, and great visibility. In the year 2000 Renault released a four wheel drive version of the Renault called a Scenic RX4. It offered better ground clearance and two engine versions. These included the 2.0 liter petrol and 1.9 Diesel engine.

The second generation of the Renault Scenic was in production from 2003 until 2009. The Grand Scenic was released for the second generation as well and features seating for 7. It featured some improvements such as a keyless immobilized and automatic parking brakes installed on some trim levels. It also received a facelift including a larger badge, new grille, new wheels, and new Renault badging.

The third generation Scenic was manufactured between 2009 and 2016. In addition to the five seater and seven seater, they released a crossover version as well. There weren’t many differences made to the car design during this time. It remained sleek, stylish, and powerful.

The current generation Scenic has been in production since 2016. The 2019 model year offers a sleek stylish design. The modern features such as the headlights, chrome accents, and 20 inch wheels have made the car more popular than ever. It also offers double density foam seats with options for massaging and heating to provide more comfort than ever before.

Whether you are an owner of the Scenic wishing to make repairs yourself or the owner of a workshop, knowing how to properly make any needed repairs is important. Our Renault Scenic repair manual contains step by step directions to help you along.