Finally back in an RS!

After selling my Silverstone GP just under a year ago for a mk4 MX5, which to say the least was a very average car, a 275 Megane CUP-S came for sale at a local Honda dealership who are excellent and I did what had to be done:french:

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All important options ticked, Akra, Ohlins suspension and leather recaro's :smile: An absolutely perfect upgrade from a Silverstone GP, shame the MX5 wasn't, plenty of grunt and classic RS handling. 4 summer tyres ready to go on as this arrived with 4 brand new winters that the previous owner had just fitted. I've actually had this 5 months and the car was excellent throughout winter minus a sticking rear calliper(just like the clio did) thankfully its still got 2 years warranty left.

Great car and thrilled to be back in an RS, change in career means my weekend are all free so will definitely be attending the Clio sport festival, hope to see you all soon, cheers! :grinning:
 

lewishunter98

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What is the difference with a cup-s compared to say a normal cup or trophy? Looks great btw

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What is the difference with a cup-s compared to say a normal cup or trophy? Looks great btw

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To be honest I am not entirely sure but from what I do know... Standard Cup cars can't be spec'd with Ohlins suspension and Akra exhaust which the trophy and Cup-S can. The only difference between a Trophy and CUP-S is a trophy had Alcantara seats, exterior paint and climate control. All cars can be spec'd with the electrical bits like Sat Nav and the new RS monitor. That's from what I understand mate but someone with more Megane knowledge may say different. :grin:
 
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LOCKE

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Love it mate. If I was to ever get another Renaultsport it would be this shape Megane.