Three years ago, the Renault Laguna II, I leased stated that the first service should be at 30,000km and every 30,000km after that. (My calculator tells me that 30,000km is 18,750miles). Well I finished making arrangements for my leased Renault Laguna which I will pick up in about six weeks. Received information on their cars, and every Gasoline car listed shows that "First Service is at 18,640 miles" (I'm not going to quibble between 18,640 and 18,750 miles
All their gasoline cars are like this, not only the Laguna II that I will pick up.
The majority of their Diesel cars are to have their oil changed at 9,320 miles (half the gasoline car's intervals) but a few are as much as 12,420 miles.
BTW, although many of you don't like French cars because they are - well, French, I have leased Renaults since 1989 and have never had any iota of problems, with any of them.
1989 - Renault 21, 1.9 Gasoline Engine.
1991 - Renault 21, 2.2 Diesel Engine.
1999 - Renault Laguna II, 1.6 16V DOHC Gasoline.
2001 - Renault Laguna II, 1.8 16V DOHC Gasoline.
The 2001 was the best shifting manual transmission car that I've ever had, and that includes the Honda and Toyota I once owned. This year my lease car will be a:
2006 - Renault Laguna, 2.0 16V DOHC Gasoline.
With the price of fuel over there, I would be just as happy with the 1.6, except they don't make the Laguna in that size anymore. (They have learned from us, making them bigger each year).