2004 Renault Laguna 3.0 V6 Hatchback Privilege 3.0 V6
The cruise control has not worked from the beginning, and is still not working after 3 visits to the dealer service.
The car became 30% lazier after the last service, where they tried instead of changing the cruise control, to compensate it with manipulating and programming the moment changer in the automatic gearbox.
Now I have to push the kickdown every time I want to accelerate the car.
The car is good to drive and is comfortable, except that it is a bit ascetic in the interior.
But the big problem is that the people in the dealer services in the Helsinki area is almost COMPLETELY UNSKILLED. THE SAME GOES FOR THE TECHNICAL ADVISOR'S BY THE IMPORTER.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 13th May, 2005
At least Renault are consistant. Dealers in UK about as good as Finland. Is it the dealers or is it the information they are issued with from Renault. I have had no problem with the cruise control on my V6 other than a faulty switch that caused acceleration rather than decelleration when pressed. This could be a cause for a recall in the USA. In Europe things are different.
I had many problems with my Renault V6 2003. The car will not start, the airbag lights came on many times, replaced sensors three times, oil leak, the rear door will not lock, etc. This car has a serious reliability issues. My advice never buy a Renault again.
I have had Laguna 3.0 V6 for 3 years. Basically without problems, but cruise control is really something to improve-- had a tendency to stay on low gear and high revolutions forever. To ease it I had to press pedal and accelerate, but wonder if police would understand why I had to drive much above the limit. A month ago I had electrical problems, now again the same. First time it was fixed in Tallin within 1 day, now I have to wait in Kotka (Finland) for 3 weeks driving faulty car. I can confirm that service in Kotka is very unskilled and you have to wait eternity to get there-- 3 to 4 weeks.