We are standing next to a Volkswagen ID.3 at the fast charger. The electric Renault Megane E-Tech Electric looks more chic, has a nicer dashboard and thanks to the physical buttons the operation is finer. In the electrical field, the electric hatchbacks are very well matched. We list the pros and cons of the Megane E-Tech Electric.
Among all the electric SUVs, the Renault Megane E-Tech Electric is a welcome change. We’re glad the electric hatchback isn’t so big and gaudy. At the same time, it is a striking design. He does a lot of things well electrically. You control the recovery of braking energy with flippers behind the wheel, the navigation system knows whether you will reach your destination and you can reach approximately 400 kilometers on a battery charge. Fast charging with 130 kW may not be earth-shattering, but you can work with it. The Volkswagen ID.3 driver can have a say in that. The fact that the Megane is our preference is due to the high-quality interior and the easy operation with physical buttons. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of the Renault?
+ Advantage 1 – Physical buttons in the Renault Megane E-Tech Electric, woohoo!
You control the temperature in the Renault Megane E-Tech Electric with physical buttons. Switches that you can push up or down. Beautiful. Simple.
+ Advantage 2 – Remaining kilometers in the Megane can be clearly read
Novice EV drivers want to read the remaining range in kilometers, the pros think in percentages. The Megane communicates both. So it is clear to everyone.
+ Advantage 3 – Switch driving programs just like in a Ferrari
You switch between driving programs – just like in a Ferrari – with a button on the steering wheel. Handy to always have that button within reach.
– Disadvantage 1 – Why is the rear of the Renault so incredibly small
Many modern cars have a small rear window, but the Renault Megane E-Tech Electric takes the cake. You really don’t see anything. A digital interior mirror is available, though.
– Disadvantage 2 – It suffocates on the right side of the handlebars of the levers
Three levers is too much of a good thing. Renault sticks to the audio satellite and placed a control lever for the automatic transmission.
– Disadvantage 3 – In a Tesla you can just get in and drive away
When you get into a Tesla and pull the automatic lever toward you, it’s ready to go. In the Megane you also have to press the start button.
Source: Autoreview.nl by www.autoreview.nl.
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