Most car brands pick what they're best at and generally stick to it. 

If you think Renault Megane, there's a good chance the downright excellent Renault Sport hot hatch models will spring to mind, with the mainstream but Euro-chic five door hatch following close behind. 

You might also think of the Megane convertible, but there's a good chance the sedan and wagon won't have etched a place in your consciousness. Yet. 

Part of this is because the last Megane sedan wore Fluence badges, but also because the previous wagon arrived about three years into the third-generation Megane’s life in Australia.

The Rear ends use unique applications of Renault’s current horizontal-orientation tail-light policy. The Rear ends use unique applications of Renault’s current horizontal-orientation tail-light policy.

Now they’re back in fourth-generation form, just nine months after the hatch to help broaden Renault’s Australian line-up. But will they change our perception of the Megane model name?