CVT Automatic version is available for Indian Renault Scala

CVT Automatic version is available for Indian Renault Scala

The new Scala sedan was launched on the Indian market in autumn last year, representing a rebadged version of the Nissan Sunny, a B-segment sedan built on the Micra's platform. The car's name is shared with the Renault version of the SM3 which was available for sale on some global markets and known in Europe as Fluence. A recent announcement made by Renault India informs that the Scala will be available integrating a CVT automatic transmission and it is not a surprise as the Micra features the same option. The Gearbox model has a rate of 5.56 l/100 km.
Delivering 100 HP, the 1.5-petrol engine is fitted to the Scala AT, while Renault boasts the highest transmission ration due to its X-tronic CVT technology which makes the car way more efficient than a conventional automatic.


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