The GT-Line is the middle ground in the Megane wagon line-up, sitting above the Zen and below the sports-flavoured GT.

Wearing a list price of $33,490 or ongoing drive-away pricing of $36,490, it sits $6000 above the Zen and $6000 beneath the GT.

GT-Line extra features over the Zen include a Renault Sport body styling pack, an 8.7-inch 'R-LINK 2' multimedia system with portrait-oriented display, front sport seats with seat heaters, Alcantara seat trim, nappa leather-trimmed steering wheel, panoramic sunroof, active cruise control, city AEB, collision alerts, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure warning, auto high beam, side parking sensors, auto parking function, a rear seat armrest with cupholders, tinted rear windows and 17-inch alloy wheels.

GT-Line options include the $1490 'Premium Pack' that brings Bose audio and LED headlights, but the Bose subwoofer replaces the spare tyre with an inflation kit. You can also specify 18-inch 'Grand Tour' alloy wheels for an extra $990, and metallic paint will cost a further $600. 

The GT-Line wagon is powered by the same 97kW/205Nm TCe 130 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol four as the Zen, paired with a seven-speed dual clutch automatic. The official combined fuel consumption figure is 6.2L/100km.