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2006 Renault Grand ScÚnic SÚrie 2 [J84]

2006 Renault Grand ScÚnic [J84] in The Sopranos, TV Series, 1999-2007 IMDB Ep. 6.11

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: FR

2006 Renault Grand ScÚnic SÚrie 2 [J84]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 00:36

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Carmela and her friend Rosalie Aprile ride in this taxi in their trip to Paris.

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landrover1 AR

2007-01-19 04:53

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could be a renault vel satis or megane

im sure is a renault...

G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 12:55

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If you look at the still, you can just about see a little window that is mostly covered by Rosalie's head (the redhead woman). I think it's likely to be some kind of Renault or maybe a Citroen, this bit was filmed in Paris and Renaults today have seen pretty unconventional designs, this is an odd looking car.

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antp BE

2007-01-19 14:01

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It could be a Peugeot 407 SW: Link to "eur.news1.yimg.com"
The headrests of rear seats seem to match too.

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bref FR

2007-01-19 14:52

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3rd window, modern wiper, rounded roof, a Renault Grand ScÚnic for me

antp BE

2007-01-19 15:26

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Yes, it is more probable than a 407SW.

G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 15:30

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Or maybe it's just a Scenic. That window must be pretty small if that woman's head covers up most of it, that probably wouldn't happen in a Grand Scenic. Yes, I think it's the Scenic rather than Grand Scenic.


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antp BE

2007-01-19 15:35

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From the inside the windows always look smaller than from the outside, as the pillar are not always visible (covered by a part of the window, or painted in black)
Here is another pic of a woman head covering most of the Grand Scenic 3rd window (:D) : http://www.renault.jp/grandscenic/img/ex01.jpg

G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 15:37

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That picture is taken from a completely different angle. It's definetely one of the two, but I still think it's just the regular Scenic. What's the point of the Grand Scenic anyway? Why not just buy an Espace?

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antp BE

2007-01-19 15:43

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Grand ScÚnic is 17 cm shorter than the Espace IV, maybe also a little cheaper. It has a 7-seater version, which the normal ScÚnic does not have.
But both are bigger than the original Espace, which had an incredible space inside compared to its rather small outside size.

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-01-19 15:44

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G-MANN wrote That picture is taken from a completely different angle. It's definetely one of the two, but I still think it's just the regular Scenic. What's the point of the Grand Scenic anyway? Why not just buy an Espace?


The Scenic is still smaller and different from the Espace :)


Edit: you were fast Antoine

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G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 15:47

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I watched the scene again, it's very hard to tell exactly, Rosalie's head bobs about in front of the window and you never see the whole outline. When I look at the rear window on the Grand Scenic, it seems hard to believe that someone's head could block it out, but then maybe from an outside perspective.

G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 15:51

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antp wrote But both are bigger than the original Espace, which had an incredible space inside compared to its rather small outside size.


Small cars just seem to be getting bigger and bigger. The new Peugeot 307 is massive (and a bit ungainly to be honest).

It's hard to believe they could fit two seats in the back of the Grand Scenic. Some of these family cars seems to be designed for very specific (or narrow) market niches.

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-01-19 15:55

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The 307 is a normal hatchback

antp BE

2007-01-19 17:15

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The two rear seats of the Grand ScÚnic 7-seater are for children rather than adults. And when you use these seats, your cannot add much behind these seats.

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G-MANN UK

2007-01-19 18:00

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That's what I mean, if you really need a seven seater MPV, you'd want the Espace.

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