1986 Renault 21 Turbo D
Renault 21 Turbo D
The Renault 21 was a midsize car reinforced by the French producer Renault betwixt 1986 and 1994. It was too sold in N America done American Motors (AMC) dealers as the Renault Palm and the Eagle Palm.
The Renault 21 saloon was launched in former 1986 as the replacement to the exceedingly successful Renault 18, and this was followed a few months late by the seven-seater wagon 21 Nevada (known as the Savannah in the Joined Realm), a contender for the Peugeot 505 Class Demesne.
The engines made uncommitted were the 1.7, 2.0 and 2.2 L gasolene engines also as the 1.9 F serial and 2.1 J serial diesel engines. The car was revamped well in 1989, both technically and esthetically – the new sleeker outward-bound appearing was exchangeable to the too lately revamped Renault 25, and a hatchback soundbox fashion was too added to the orbit (which presently became more pop than the saloon in France) on with a sportsmanlike 2.0 L Turbo adaptation. The turbo was likewise useable with the quartet cycle driving Quadra infection, and was able of 227 km/h. The Renault 21 hatchback and saloon petrol-fueled models ceased yield in former 1994 on the launching of the all-new Lagoon hatchback, but the diesels and the Nevada remained on the marketplace until their switch Lagoon variants were launched (recent 1994 for the diesels and former 1995 for the Nevada). The 21 besides continued product in Argentina for various eld astern its European death (the car solitary having started yield thither in 1993).
The R21 was likewise sold in Northwards America for a abbreviated menstruum as the Decoration, with the 2.2 L locomotive beingness the alone powerplant. Withal, the car was solitary on sale for a few months in 1987 ahead Renault sold its investing in American Motors (AMC) to Chrysler. AMC’s dealers were now nether a fresh formed Jeep-Eagle Section of Chrysler, and continued to betray the car below the epithet Eagle Decoration until 1989.
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