Designed to express driving pleasure, Renault Laguna Estate’s flowing exterior lines are elegantly streamlined and redolent of the ’shooting break’ spirit. With its large air-intake picked out by a chrome strip, the front end’s looks point to the satisfying powerplants available underneath its long, raked bonnet. The profiled headlamp modules are particularly expressive, too, and the layout of the three light sources gives Renault Laguna Estate a particularly piercing gaze. With an overall length and width of 4.80 and 1.81 metres respectively, Renault Laguna Estate features perfectly balanced proportions, while its personality and propulsive feel are underpinned by the plunging character line of the sides. The chrome side window surrounds form a flowing arch that further highlights the model’s status-enhancing looks.
The flowing lines of Renault Laguna Coupe’s elegant, uncluttered design express a blend of timeless beauty and the promise of sheer motoring enjoyment. There is no mistaking the legacy it has inherited from the show car unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007 and from the Renault Laguna range at the top of which it is destined to preside. With a length of 4.64 metres and a width of 1.83 metres, its proportions are nicely balanced, while the character line which stems from the grille rises forcefully along its flanks, like a wave of air, gracefully underpinning the design of its front wings before extending rearwards to highlight its muscular haunches. The glazed area of its windows is shown off to its best advantage by a pure, flowing arc. Sitting on its 17- or 18-inch aluminium alloy wheels, Laguna Coupe’s stance exudes a sense of dynamism and power thanks to a wheelbase dimension of 2.69m and a height of 1.40m. This sensation is echoed by the pronounced crease-lines of its long bonnet and by its new variant headlamps. The rear, meanwhile, features a very short overhang and broad, slim lights which give Laguna Coupe a bright, distinctive lighting signature which suggests refinement and power, especially at night when the indicators form a halo that picks out the contours of the thin red LEDs.
1993 Drive Axles – Drive Shafts & Universal Joints Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Grand Wagoneer, Wrangler Drive shafts are balanced, one-piece, tubular steel shafts with universal joints at each end. Single Cardan universal joints contain a spider, 4 bearing caps with needle bearings, seals and clips. Double Cardan universal joints contains 2 spiders joined together, 8 bearing caps with needle bearings, seals and clips.
It’s a simple fact. The heavy duty, shaft-mounted Falk Quadrive features a completely unique design that makes it the easiest, quickest shaft-mounted drive to install and remove. Quadrive is built to stand up to continuous rough duty. And now, with new higher ratings, you may be able to downsize the drive, saving money right up front. The Falk TA Taper Bushing design makes sure that drive removal is not only simple, but don’t damage the drive, or driven equipment.
With Koleos, Renault is expressing its uniqueness and providing a fresh take on a vehicle segment that is new to the brand. Two international ad campaigns targeting different customers have been created to promote Renault’s first 4×4 crossover.
“4×4 outside, Renault inside”, the baseline for both ad campaigns, underlines the vehicle’s genuine off-road qualities while enhancing the customer purchase, be it rational (choosing Renault for its ingeniousness and renowned minivan expertise) or emotional (choosing the brand for the values it represents: friendliness and open-mindedness).
The Twingo Renault Sport range is simple and attractive: sporty looks, a 133hp 1.6 litre 16V engine and a choice of two chassis (Sport or Cup). The car can be customized to every driver’s taste: exterior and interior Renault Sport detailing is available, along with a multimedia connection point.
The start of sales will be later communicated.
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Important: Thorough cleanliness must be observed during all work on drive shafts and
drive shaft joints, to prevent dirt and dust getting into the joints. Before starting work,
always clean the wheel arch, MacPherson strut and other areas around the drive shaft
1 Unfasten the hub centre-nut.
2 Lift the car and remove the wheel.
3 Remove the hub centre-nut.
SUSPENSION – FRONT (4WD COIL SPRING) 1994 SUSPENSION Ford Motor Co. Suspension – Front (4WD) Coil Spring Removal
1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel assembly. Remove caliper from rotor. Remove locking hub.
See AUTOMATIC LOCKING HUBS or MANUAL LOCKING HUBS under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION.
2. Remove wheel bearings, lock nuts, hub and rotor. Remove spindle-to-steering knuckle nuts. Tap spindle
with plastic hammer to free spindle from steering knuckle. See Fig. 9 . Remove spindle, spindle seat (if
equipped) and splash shield.
3. On right side applications, remove and discard keystone clamp from shaft assembly and stub shaft. Slide
rubber boot onto stub shaft. Remove shaft assembly from right axle. See Fig. 9 .
An original partnership imagined by Publicis Conseil: 20th Century Fox L&M and Renault – New Renault Kangoo, the ultimate family car, can take anything – even the ultimate family – the Simpsons
20th Century Fox L&M, Renault and Publicis signed an agreement on September 19, 2007 on using the characters from “The Simpsons” to promote New Renault Kangoo. This is the first time Renault has worked with Fox L&M, one of the leading licensing and merchandising companies globally.
Renault’s commitment to the development of ecological, economical cars for markets across the world has led to low running costs being built into New Renault Symbol’s DNA. This was showcased particularly eloquently by the recent Renault Symbol Eco-Challenge in Turkey which saw New Renault Symbol 1.5 dCi 85 return fuel consumption of just 3.15 litres/100km, which is equivalent to CO2 emissions of 85g/km and a range of 1,700km on a full tank. The new three-volume saloon completed the 1,430km route on a mere 45 litres of fuel. Results were supervised by an independent adjudicator and certified by an independent certification body.