Renault Engines Reviews and Specifications

Renault S.A. - the French carmanufacturer. Renault group is formed from the same named brand Renault and its subsidiaries - Automobile Dacia in Romania and Renault Samsung Motors in South Korea. Renault has a 43.4% controlling stake in Nissan, 25% stake in AvtoVAZ and 1.55% stake in Daimler AG. Renault also owns a subsidiary of RCI Banque (financial services).

As part of the alliance Renault-Nissan, the company is the fourth largest automotive group in the world. The company produces a wide range of cars and vans, as well as all types of commercial vehicles: trucks, tractors, buses, etc.

Renault engines are unpretentious, consume not much fuel, cheap to repair, but at the same time have good characteristics. Engineers use the most advanced technology in motor construction, including those, which came from motor sport (Renault is the engine supplier of Formula 1 Championship).

Engines

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D4F Engine and D4Ft TCe 1.2L

Renault Clio, Twingo

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F4R Engine 2.0L

Renault Megan II, Laguna

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H4B Engine 0.9 TCE

Renault Clio, Captur, Twingo

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K4M Engine 1.6L

Renault Clio, Sandero, Logan

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K7J Engine 1.4L 8V

Renault Clio, Sandero

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K7M Engine 1.6L 8V

Renault Megan, Clio, Sandero

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K9K Engine 1.5 dCi

Renault Megan, Qashqai

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R9M Engine 1.6 dCi 130

Renault Qashqai, Scenic