The Renault Megane has no problem taking four adults and the boot is pretty big, too, but it’s a squeeze to get three across the back seat and the high boot lip makes it hard to load heavy items
The Renault Megane is big enough for a small family and you won’t have too much problems with interior room. There’s plenty of room upfront and the broad range of adjustment to the driver’s seat means you’ll have no trouble getting comfortable in no time. Sitting in the back, there’s a good amount of legroom and headroom is ok, but not exceptional. Two six-foot adults should be fine even on a long journey and kids will find it positively spacious back there. The rear doors open fairly wide so fitting a child seat is easy although you do need to stoop down a bit to manoeuvre the chair into the car.
Smaller storage areas are abundant, so the door bins are big enough for a litre bottle of water, there are numerous cup holders and a variety of other cubbies to hide small valuables.
It's not often a new car comes out with a smaller boot than the old model, but the Megane's boot is bigger than a Golf's and some neat features that help in everyday life
Boot space has dropped by 19 litres compared to the old Renault Megane five-door, but a capacity of 384 litres means it’s just slightly bigger a Volkswagen Golf’s. It has various tie-down hooks for securing your luggage – or your curry – but the high boot lip will make it harder to load heavy items. Rear seats down, the Renault Megane has a total capacity of 1,247 litres.