Tyre for FLUENCE

Tyre FLUENCE

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The Renault Fluence is a small family car produced by the French automaker Renault. The car is built at theOyak-Renault plant in Bursa, Turkey, and the Santa Isabel factory, in Cordoba, Argentina, for Latin America. For the Australian market, the Fluence is sourced from the Renault Samsung Motors factory in Busan, South Korea.

In the July 12th 2016, Renault unveiled the successor to the Fluence – the Megane Sedan (IV).

Revealed in August 2009,[1] the Fluence is based on the Renault/Nissan C platform but it is sized between the compact family saloon C-segment and the upper-medium segment.[2][3]

The Mégane range featured a “three-box” notchback sedan variant until 2008, but this was never a big seller and when, at the end of that year, theMégane III was introduced, there was no notch-back version. It is the gap in the range left by the removal of this model from the Franco-Spanishassembled Mégane range that the Fluence fills in those markets in the company’s western European heartland, such as France, Italy, Belgium, Ireland and, since August 2010, Germany, where Renault offers it.

The Renault Fluence is also badged as Renault Samsung SM3. The Renault Samsung car was first presented at the Seoul Motor Show in April 2009 and the rebadged Renault Fluence went on sale in November 2009.

The model has first been offered with two gasoline engines: a 1.6-liter 110 hp (82 kW) and a 2-liter 140 hp (104 kW) that can get an optional CVT. The diesel variant is equipped with a 1.5-liter dCi engine, offered in 85, 90, 105 and 110 hp (82 kW) versions, fitted with Diesel particulate filter, and with the 110 hp (82 kW) version fitted to Renault’s new dual clutch transmission, called EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch).[4] A Renault Sport version has been offered in Argentina and Brasil, named Fluence GT, using a 2.0-liter 180 hp (134 kW) named Renault TCe 180 associated with a 6-Speed Manual Gearbox. The Curb weight for 1.5-liter dCi starts from 1145 kg & gasoline engines 1.6-liter, 2-liter starts from 1056, 1080 kg.

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