2013 Renault Symbol Sedan review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 5 November 2012 , 10:11:07 byAlina

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Renault Symbol Sedan

We all know that French carmaker Renault is often offering different products developed by Dacia under their own name plant. This happens in markets where Dacia is not active. One very good example is the new Renault Symbol, a model that will be revealed for the first time at the Istanbul Motor Show in Turkey today. This is actually not the only model revealed at the great event, but also the carmaker will introduce with this occasion the modified 2013 Renault Fluence. The current Symbol found on the market has as base the second generation Renault Clio in terms of body and chassis, but the new version of the Renault Symbol has as base the Dacia Logan as specialists have used its architecture.

As you can see for yourself, the differences between the second generation of the Logan small sedan, which actually made its first official public appearance in Paris in September earlier this year and the new 2013 Renault Symbol, refer to the face. To be more precise, we are talking about the cosmetic differences that can be observed at the front end of the car. The new 2013 model received a modified hood with a new grille design and also a new bumper. The engineers do not stop here and this is why the car is equipped with an extensive package that includes Renault Media Nav multimedia navigation system that comes with a wide, 7-inch touch screen color display. In terms of power train, Renault offers a 0.9-liter TCe turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine capable of generating 90 PS with a fuel consumption of 5.3-liters / 100 km and 122 g/km CO2 emission level. Also you can choose from two diesel units, a dCi capable of producing 75 PS and a dCi that provides 90 PS.

The fuel consumption and the CO2 emission level have dropped to 3.9 liters / 100 km and 103 g / km. The new 2013 Renault Symbol sedan will be available on the Turkish market next year followed by Algeria and Tunisia, also in 2013. This is all the information available on the matter so far.