2015 Renault Duster Orochi Concept - Renault Cars Review
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2015 Renault Duster Orochi Concept, Although still in the shadow of the more expensive models in Europe and North America, this market attracts mainly cheaper models with opportunities for advancement in higher classes. After the great success of Dacia in the European market, the French carmaker Renault is turning and the South American market, where this year’s International Motor Show in Sao Paulo presented Duster Orochi. Since the Romanian brand is not sold in South America, Duster will be sold on the continent just below the mark Renault, a French reasonably expect great success. Specifically, in South America annually sells about 900,000 pickup, and even 75% of them are smaller commercial vehicles such as the Orochi.For this reason, Renault plans to offer a minimum of two such vehicles, and according to some stories, next in line is Logan pikup. Whatever’s happened, Orochi is designed to Renault’s studio in Sao Paulo and largely resembles the European cousins. The biggest change can be seen in the front, which is inspired by the D-Cross from 2012, and there are 18-inch wheels and a large panoramic glass roof. The interior is done in the typical style of commercial vehicles on the continent, and Renault says it is still reviewing the details that will make its debut on the serial and model. The interior is roomy enough for five passengers and their luggage.Information about the driving force is not yet published. Renault has not so far given some information when it comes to the mechanics. We can look back on some of them and see what happened in the past. There are 1.2L is able to make a 125-horsepower, 1.6L with 105 horsepower, 102 hp and 114 hp and 2.0L can make 135 hp and 141 hp and petrol engines and three diesel 1.5L dCi with 86 hp and 107 hp and 110 hp. It is assumed that the Orochi provide a standard front-wheel drive with optional drive to all four wheels. Power is transmitted by the transmission of five and six-speed manual and automatic transmission with four.
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