Renault Laguna 3.0L, auto, 1995 liftback, 206000kms, leather interior, power options, excellent ocndition, TUH-576, $6400 BOSSLEY PARK 02-8707 1121 bh or 0413-144789.
Mmmm held it's value well.
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Rofl, it would certainly be a good buy now, can't go down in value too much more!Originally Posted by Cal
AHHAA ,Originally Posted by Cal
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apparently these are really good cars like all french cars these are french & feel french therfore they are realy good cars , kinda like those french cars that come from europe.
what did these wenalt kahuna's retail for back in 1995??
Off the top of my head, the 2.0 litre was around the high $30k-low $40k range. The V6 was around $55k....Originally Posted by purrr-geot
Pity the didn't sell very well, because they are incredibly comfortable cars. They have one of the classiest looking cabins (especially with the full leather upholstery), you simply sink into the lounge-like seats and has an almost Citroen-plush ride, but the road reports at the time seem to condemn it's handling and gutless-but-thirsty engines.
Still, from a passenger's point of view it's a nicer car than the Ford Fairlane, Holden Statesman, Audi 80, Peugeot 405, Citroen Xantia and just about any other mid-sized executive at the time.
A V6 manual Laguna R/T would be one to have... not for Aus unfortunately
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I agree guys great car and the ones in europe have leather (not here i think, not sure), the V6 car is great glad i didnt buy one new though and seen my cash fly out the window.
Its all relative though to supply and demand. If there is no demand the supply gies down and price too . I think.
Still a great car around for that time though....
Yep, leather was available in AUS. Also as a side note the last Laguna V6's were retailed out in a fire sale where prices were literally slashed from the low $50k price tag to $35K so depending on when you bought the car depreciation wouldn't be too bad. Unforunately those earlier Laguna buyers didn't receive a refund like 21TXE buyers did in 1988 when LNC slashed the price from an extortionate $43K to a less extortionate $35K.Originally Posted by danielsydney
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