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scenic

1. of or relating to the stage or stage scenery
2. (in painting) representing a scene, such as a scene of action or a historical event
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THE order books for the new facelifted Renault Scenic opened this week as the company released details of price and spec.
This compact four-cylinder power plant is being claimed as the world's most powerful for its size, and is making its debut in the Renault Scenic and the larger Grand Scenic MPVs.
This compact four-cylinder power plant is being claimed as the world''s most powerful for its size, and its making its debut in the Renault''s Scenic and the larger Grand Scenic MPVs.
RENAULT has just launched the 2009 Scenic range - no less than 68 of them - covering Scenic, Grand Scenic five-seat and Grand Scenic seven-seat versions.
Those for the Scenic and seven-seat Grand Scenic are unchanged ranging from pounds 13,915 to pounds 21,415 and pounds 15,415 to pounds 22,415 while the five-seat Grand Scenic will be priced from pounds 15,165 to pounds 22,165.
RENAULT has taken the wraps off its all-new Scenic model and has revealed that a longer seven-seater version is on the way too.
In addition to SYSPRO ERP, Woodland Scenics is utilizing SYSPRO e.
All New Scenics, except the entry-level Authentique, benefit from the electronic parking brake, which disengages automatically once the system senses the car developing enough torque to pull away.
Almost 100,000 Scenics were sold in France in 1999 and 190,000 in Western Europe outside France - over 30,000 in the UK last year.
If your Renault Scenic is a tad too cramped, fear not, for help is at hand.
All New Scenics - except the entry-level Authentique - benefit from the electronic parking brake, which disengages automatically once the system senses the car developing enough torque to pull away.
Renault will swamp the market with its new Scenic series from the middle of September.