Renault Fluence review Renault Fluence Sedan
The Renault Fluence is a elegant looking powerful car from the car makers. The interior is spacious and airy. The dashboard is simple and uncluttered. The necessary driving needs like the steeringwheel and other accessories are easy to reach. These are surrounded around the steering wheel so as to free up as much space as possible.
Renault Fluence chesis gives a comfortable and enjoyable ride to the seaters. The Renault Fluence is so designed to keep the noise and vibration to minimum. Fluence’s front suspension features MacPherson-type struts with rectangular lower arms, while the rear incorporates a programmed-deflection flexible beam.
Renault Fluence also benefits from a particularly effective braking system, with large discs that provide both outstanding stopping power and durability. The electric power steering combines precise driver feedback with quick, accurate response to instructions from the wheel. It is easy to use and feels completely natural.
Engines that combine punch with fuel economy
From launch, and depending on market, Renault Fluence will be available with a wide range of thrifty engines which are all a pleasure to drive.
* Two petrol engines, each available in two versions:
– 1.6 16V 110hp, with automatic transmission or manual gearbox
– 2.0 16V 140hp, with continuously variable transmission (CVT) or manual gearbox
* A choice of five variants of the 1.5 dCi diesel block:
– dCi 85
– dCi 90 DPF
– dCi 105
– dCi 110 DPF
– dCi 110 DPF with the new dual clutch transmission (DCT)
All diesel-engined versions return CO2 emissions of 119g/km and qualify for the Renault eco² environmental hallmark