Renault Talisman won the admiration of many customers. However, it is good to know what the Initiale Paris version brings and whether it is worth paying extra for it.

Renault Talisman is one of the most attractive offers in its segment, and the price speaks for itself because it is the first to attract the customers. Renault Talisman is the largest sedan in the range of the French manufacturer and debuted in 2015. The model uses the CMF-CD platform developed by Renault and Nissan, the same platform that is found on the Renault Espace model.

Renault Talisman Initiale Paris will be equipped with everything Renault has to offer. The Initiale Paris is expected to come with the latest technology4Control four-wheel steering with adjustable dampers, an infotainment system with 8.7-inch touch screen, adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go function, lane departure warning system, a system for recognizing traffic signs, active suspension and a blind-spot warning system.

Renault Talisman Initiale Paris comes with a Bose Premium Sound system that includes 13 speakers and offers a top audio experience.

The interior brings ventilated seats for driver and passengers, the front seat has massage function, automatic parking technology, a head-up display, a navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity and adaptive autopilot.

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The price of a Renault Talisman Initiale Paris is in tone with the equipment, so you should know that it starts from 45,000 euros and increases depending on the optional equipment.


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