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Renault Has the Talisman Now

Renault Has the Talisman Now

Renault has unveiled the Talisman that’s going to substitute the Laguna model. The new sedan hasn’t been represented officially yet. Its public presentation will take place at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt in September this year. The Talisman will start to be sold at the end of the year.

The auto shares a platform with the Espace minivan as well as the Nissan X-Trail, Qashqai, and the Renault Kadjar crossovers.

The Talisman comes with a 1.6-litre gasoline engine making either 150 or 200 hp paired with five-speed dual-clutch transmission or with a 1.5-litre diesel one producing 110 hp that goes with six-speed manual transmission. Moreover, a 1.6-litre engine making 130 and 160 hp will be available.

The Renault Talisman has got the 4Control full-controlled chassis and the Multi-Sense system that lets a driver change settings of active suspension, steering control, transmission, and an engine sound.

Carlos Ghosn, Renault and Nissan CEO, said their priority was to build an environmentally friendly auto, which would be more fuel-efficient and low-emission than previously produced models, driving which would be sheer pleasure.

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