Which country does Renault belong to?

Which country does Renault belong to?

Who are we? Groupe Renault is an international company with French roots and a history stretching back more than 115 years. Present in 128 countries, we design, manufacture and market private and commercial vehicles sold under three brand names: Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors.

How many Clio V6 were made?

Jeremy Clarkson once referred to the Clio V6 as one of his top 10 cars. There were 1,309 production cars built in total between 2003 and 2005.

Who made Le Car?

Groupe Renault
Renault 5/Manufacturers

Why is Renault so cheap?

Because Renault are popular and also quite common cars, it means that their parts are more common and therefore take less time to source. They are also more affordable and therefore this keeps the repair costs low.

What is Renault famous for?

Renault built his first automobile in 1898. He and his brothers Fernand and Marcel then built a series of small cars and formed the automobile firm Renault Frères (“Renault Brothers”). Renault vehicles attracted much attention by winning numerous road races until Marcel was killed during a Paris-Madrid run in 1903.

Is a V6 engine worth it?

For many owners, the V6 engine achieves similar fuel economy to a four-cylinder engine overall, though on-demand performance capabilities are dramatically enhanced. The V6 engine is highly fuel-efficient, but gives the discerning driver access to a much higher level of performance whenever desired.

Is Le car a real car?

Le Car, an electric car model from LeEco.

When did the Renault 5 Maxi Turbo come out?

The Renault 5 Turbo was made in many guises, eventually culminating with the Renault 5 Maxi Turbo. The North American Renault 5 debuted in 1976 as the Le Car, Renault formed an alliance in January of 1979 allowing Renaults to be sold by American Motors Corporation’s dealers.

What’s the top speed of a Renault 5?

The Turbo 2 was less expensive, but had nearly the same levels of performance, with a top speed of 200 km/h (120 mph) and 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.9 seconds. To differentiate it from the Turbo 2, the original 5 Turbo is often referred as “Turbo 1”.

What’s the multiplication factor on a Renault 5?

The Renault 5 Turbo competed in the sub-2000 cc category, thanks to the multiplication factor of 1.4 which was applied to turbocharged engines.

What was the second generation of the Renault 5?

The second-generation R5 also spawned a panel van version, known as the Renault Express. It was commercialized in some European countries as the Renault Extra (UK and Ireland) or Renault Rapid (mainly German speaking countries).