The Renault Fluence is a family auto manufactured by Renault. The Renault Fluence is built at the Oyak-Renault plant in Bursa, Turkey, and Santa Isabel plant in Cordoba, Argentina, for Latin America. For the Australian market, the influence of the Renault Samsung Motors plant in Busan, South Korea. On July 12, 2016, Renault unveiled the successor to the influence, the Megane sedan (IV).
Renault Fluence Design
Renault Fluence revealed in August 2009, the effect is based on the Renault / Nissan C platform, but it is sized between the compact family saloon C-segment and the upper-medium segment. The Megane range characterized introduced by a “three-box” notchback sedan variant to 2008, but it was never a big seller, and then, at the end of that year, the Megane III, there was no carve-back version. This is the gap in the series left by the removal of this model of the Franco-Spanish meeting Megane series that fills the influence in the market in Western Europe heartland of the company, such as France, Italy, Belgium, Ireland and, since August 2010 Germany, where Renault offer. The Renault Fluence is also indicated as Renault Samsung SM3. The Renault Samsung car was first at the Seoul Motor Show in April 2009 and the rebadged Renault Fluence went on sale in November 2009.
The Renault Fluence model has come with 2-petrol engines: a 1.6-liter 110 kW (82 kW) and a 2-liter 140 kW, which can have an optional CVT. The diesel variant is equipped with a 1.5-liter dCi engine, which is offered in 85, 90, 105 and 110 kW versions, equipped with diesel particulate filter, and the 110hp version fitted to Renault’s new dual clutch gearbox, called EDC (Efficient Dual clutch). A Renault Sport version is offered in Argentina and Brazil, with the name of influence GT, using a 2.0-L 180 kW with the name Renault TCE 180 associated with a 6-speed manual transmission. The curb weight of 1.5 liters dCi beginning of 1145 kg & petrol engines of 1.6 liters, 2 liters beginning of 1056, 1,080 kg.
Renault Fluence Facelift
From 2012, the Renault Fluence facelifted at Istanbul Motor Show, with the new Renault corporate grille, standard projector style headlights, and a few small changes. In 2015, the facelifted model introduced with a new light cluster at the rear, including LED brake lights.
Renault Fluence Concept
In 2004, Renault has a 2+2 coupe concept, the name of influence and designed by the former Renault chief designer Patrick le Quément, with a length similar to that of the Renault Laguna. It was shown on 4 June 2004, the Louis Vuitton Car Elegance Classic in England, and at the Mondial de l’Automobile 2004.
The Renault Fluence uses Valeo LED headlights halfway as the steering wheel position. An ingenious aspect of exterior design influence is its V-shaped back which gives access to the stem in an unconventional way; An articulated piston mounted in the middle of the trunk lid slides back up into the roof. The inside of the Renault Fluence trunk is covered with “Margaux Red” cloth and a volume of 396 dm³.
In the Renault Fluence, interior, every seat attached to a single track; the armrests on the doors have also established a track and is included in the adjustment of the seats. The dashboard is similar to the one of the Renault Talisman. It has a joystick so that the driver can access various functions of the vehicle and seeing a retractable LCD screen. Several brands, including Michelin and Recaro, were involved in the development of influence. For example, Michelin contributed ties with PAX technology (similar to Runflat), BS tools produce the necessary 22 in aerodynamic alloy wheels and Recaro developed seats.