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Renault Kangoo

Renault Kangoo (France, 2008-present)

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The Renault Kangoo is a MPV produced by French automaker Renault and built at the MCA plant in Maubeuge, France, and in Santa Isabel, Argentina since 1997.

Until 2009 the Renault Kangoo was sold by Nissan in Latin America and Europe as the Kubistar, but was then replaced by the Nissan NV200.

The Kangoo is currently on its second generation.
 



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2012 Updates

In 2012 Renault added the new Grand Kangoo with a seating capacity of 5 or 7 passengers to the Kangoo range.

Technically the two cars are exactly the same, the seven-seat version just offers two seats in the third row to add to the passenger capacity. These seats fold into the floor when not needed to expand storage space. The five-passenger version has 930dm³ of rear cargo capacity, and the seven-passenger version has 400dm³ with the rear-most seats in place. Both models offer a fold-able front passenger seat to increase storage even more. Renault says there is 3,400dm³ of space behind the front seats with the second and third rows of seats removed.

The Grand Kangoo is powered by either Reanult's 1.5dCi 66 diesel with 90hp or 1.5dCi 80 diesel with 110hp. The dCi 66 comes with a five-speed manual and produces 135g/km of CO2; the dCi 80 comes with a six-speed manual and produces 143g/km of CO2.



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Louis Renault, his brothers Marcel and Fernand and his friends Thomas Evert and Julian Wyer established the company in 1898, after several orders began being placed for Louis Renault to build cars. Then, Société Renault Frères was founded in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, and the headquarters is still placed there today. Louis was an engineer himself and was responsible for the engineering and des...  more

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