2008 Renault Koleos, that is what happens when you take Nissan’s R&D and combine it with Renault’s current exterior and interior design language.
The French L’Equipe sports daily magazine has offered its readers a special edition version of the 2007 Renault Megane family of compact hatchbacks. Available for all versions of the car (including the three-door and five-door models, that is) the Megane L’Equipe edition is not limited to just a set of fancy decals. Au contraire, the car will offer a comprehensive set of equipment, which is usually available only as pricey options.
The 2007 Clio Renaultsport Mk III hot hatchback that was first revealed during the 2006 Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland will go on sale in a matter of weeks. The car will reach the dealerships by the end of the month.
Clearly based on the Clio RS Concept that was revealed last year, the new vehicle features a streamlined exterior with noticeably lower ground clearance and huge air outlets in its front fenders (although, to be frank, I am not sure whether the vents actually have holes in them to be able to let the air out). Larger and heavier than the previous iteration of the vehicle, but still delightfully compact to be easily parked even in Paris and backbone-shatteringly stiff to swallow even the tightest corners like marshmallows, the new car definitely deserves your attention even despite its Spartan interior and lack of that level of craftsmanship that always comes in the same package when we are talking about premium priced vehicles.
The French car manufacturer Renault plans to release a special edition of its Kangoo commercial vehicle. Called 2006 Renault Kangoo Wallace & Gromit Limited Edition, the new version of the car was created for families with kids who don’t want to get a mid-size SUV and still not ready to buy a minivan. Sporting faces of the popular animation characters, the cars will be offered via your local McDonald’s restaurant with every Happy Meal package (well, just kidding.)