BARCELONA – Renault SA’s Megane station wagon won’t be referred to as a "station wagon" anywhere but in the U.S., where Renaults are not sold anyway. The French government has a word for the body style, which accounts for 7% of all registrations. On official papers, a station wagon is called a "break." New Megane Sport Tourer wagon is known by different names in different countries. However, among the French customer base, "break" conjures up images of a handyman hauling ...
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