|Also called||Renault Grand Modus|
|Body and chassis|
|1.2 L |
|2,482 mm (97.7 in) (Modus)|
2,575 mm (101.4 in) (Grand Modus)
|Length||3,792 mm (149.3 in) (Modus)|
4,034 mm (158.8 in) (Grand Modus)
|Width||1,695 mm (66.7 in)|
|Height||1,590 mm (62.6 in)|
The Renault Modus was a
A larger wheelbase version was produced as the Renault Grand Modus. Originally marketed as "a higher-range alternative to the
Marketed as the Triptic System, the Modus' rear seats are mounted on sliding rails with four preset positions. When in the rearmost two positions the seats are configured for two people with increased leg, hip and shoulder room. When in the forward positions they are configured for three passengers, increasing cargo capacity.
Another seat based feature of Modus is the "Stay Put" system. The base of the front passenger seat flips up to reveal a storage compartment. An optional feature of the Modus is a boot chute, a drop down opening in the centre of the
A facelifted Modus was launched in Europe in 2007, featuring colour coded bumpers on all versions, clear Perspex 'glass' indicator bezels, revised side door mouldings and updated interior trim on all specification levels.
Soon after, in February 2008, a restyled Modus and new the Grand Modus were launched. Also that year, the Grand Modus replaced the Modus in Spain. The Grand Modus has an extended length of 4,034 mm (158.8 in) and a boot volume of 410 litres (0.41 m3 (0.54 cu yd)) below the parcel shelf.
This restyle saw changes made to the front and rear of the standard model to match the styling of the newer Grand variant. The boot chute has been removed from the options list.