Renault only took three years to release a new version of the car they are developing and they called the Renault Koleos compact SUV that has received a facelift first. Changes that they offer includes exterior makeover and a new interior trim, plus the savings in fuel consumption and emissions reduction and diesel powerplants. It can be seen is a brand new fascia, which was inspired by Latitude sedan, in South Korea.
The styling changes include new front headlamps, a large single-frame grille with chrome accents and a redesigned bumper, fenders and hood. Other tweaks are the new exterior mirrors, which are processed LEDs, bright alloy wheels and the introduction of the depicted “Cayenne Orange” finish.
In the interior, the Koleos benefits from a new selection of upholsteries and trims and the introduction of a restyled speedometer housing and display. Depending on market, the latest Koleos is available with the 150HP or 175HP version of the firm’s M9R diesel engine, or with the 170HP (TR25) petrol engine.
For the new model year, updates to the range of diesel engines and transmissions have resulted in lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions with the two-wheel drive version powered by the dCi 150 engine now rated at 148g/km and the dCi 175 unit at166g/km.
The Koleos is also available with a Nissan-developed all-wheel drive system. The French firm’s crossover is offered in 40 countries on five continents and is produced at the Renault Samsung Motors plant in Busan, South Korea.
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