The 2017 Renault Kadjar manages to emerge as the most expensive SUV in production by the manufacturer. It is no doubt it is uniquely personified in aspects of style and design, while lending a notable credence to its engine for performance integration. The French carmaker introduces the vehicle in spyshots, much based on Nissan X-trail platform, in fact, its product is a collaborative measure of two companies. The add-ons are specifics of these two phenomenal carmakers incorporated in all aspects of this vehicles, which lends a competitive advantage in the market as cost of production reduces by their cooperation.
2017 Renault Kadjar: Engines and Performance
The Renault Kadjar 2017 is offered in two models, both equipped with diesel engines. This crossover is especially being produced to meet the demands of European market, therefore, petrol engines are replaced by diesel. The base model under the hood presents a 1.5-liter, four-cylinder engine that gives an output level of 110 horsepower.
The engine is paired by an automatic 6-speed manual transmission that integrates the acceleration to reach from knot to 100 km/h in 12 seconds split. An automated CVT transmission is optional to buy, while the vehile is default two-wheel drive but customers can also opt for all-wheel drive. Fuel economy is also a considerable subject matter in reliance of this vehicle. It has not been yet announced but experts suggest fuel efficiency figures to be precisely economical.
The second engine trim is a 1.6-liter, inline V4, producing an ouput level of 130 horsepower. Apart from diesel engines, a petrol motor is aso being offered with a 1.2-liter, four-cylinder engine that delivers an output of 115 horsepower and 140 lb-ft of torque. It is seemingly a resonsibility to produce materials that reduce greenhouse gases and safe the environment by every piece. Both the engine tiers offered in 2017 Renault Kadjar reduce CO2 emissions by 99 g/km in the 1.5-liter and 115 g/km in the 1.6-liter.
2017 Renault Kadjar: Platform and Features
The appearance of the 2017 Renault Kadjar is moderately put to meet sporty dynamics as well as aggression in appeal. The latest information entails this vehicle to be 4.5m long and based on CMF platform, developed in collaboration with Nissan car company. In anticipation of its appearance, halogen lights have got rid off, instead, LED headlights are offered.
Inside the doors, there is a wide variety of technological features by one-touch navigation and control in series of buttons and knobs. A larger cabin sunroof glass and well incorporated, newest edition of R-Link 2 system. You can read coordinates from TomTom maps prompted by a touch-screen display on the dashboard panel.
There are warm, electronic and geniune leather upholstery on seats, which gives a stand-out experience in comfort for occupants. Elsewhere, the interior of Kadjar 2017 features electronic braking system, dual-zone climate control, digital dashboard, premium sound system and Assitance Emergency Brake.
2017 Renault Kadjar: Price and Arrival
The 2017 Renault Kadjar is reported to make its way in the showrooms by the end of 2016 or early 2017, with a price tag of $24,000 to start.