Renault announced the Kadjar Face lift price, the compact SUV that was developed on the same platform as Nissan Qashqai. The prices are higher than 500 euros for equivalent engines.
The Renault Kadjar SUV, presented in Paris in September, was also launched on the Romanian market, offering prizes for new orders. The car was priced at 550 euros, based on the basic version, the engine was changed from 1.2 TCe, 130 hp to 1.3 TCe, 140 hp, which cost 18,600 euros, in comparison to 18,150 euros for lift. For diesel, the price is even higher, from 19,900 euro with the old 1.5 dCi, 110 hp, to 20,650 euro, with the new 1.5 dCi, 116 hp. Engine changes have been included mainly in the new emission standards, WLTP, which have made a major contribution by manufacturers to develop and generate new engines.
Renault Kadjar is in the second generation, starting four years ago, when it grew in dimensions, almost 4.5 meters long and a code base of 2.64 meters. The model uses a platform and components such as Nisasan Qashqai, the best-selling SUV in Europe in 2017, making it also a competitor at a European market. On the Romanian brand, Qashqai became more expensive with about 300 euros as Kadjar and remained the same as the one that passed both models.
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Kadjar has received some less stylistic changes to a personal lift, including a larger gray, a re-arranged security bar, light redirected light lights. The model also received three new colors for its customers, and a 7-inch new 7-inch screen with Apple Car and Android Play.
The new 1.3 TCe petrol engine has a private filter because it is less polluting, while the new 1.5 dCi is part of a blaze family and has a urea tank to prevent the harmful effects.
Reanult Kadjar will also receive a larger 1.7-liter diesel engine this year, delivering 150 hp.
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