Renault 4, known as the Renault 4L, commonly called the Boat, a small family car produced by French automaker Renault in the years 1961-1992. Available as a 5-door hatchback and 2-door van. Used to drive the motor with a capacity of 0.7 R4, 0.8, 1.0, 1.1 and 1.3 liter car is equipped with a 3 – and 4-speed manual gearbox. It was the first front wheel drive car brand Renault.
Renault 4 was a response to concern Renault Citroën 2CV in 1948. Renault could weigh the pros and cons of 2CV, and then build a larger, more urban vehicle. In the spring of 1956 the president of Renault, Pierre Dreyfus, started a new project: to develop a new model that would replace tylnonapÄ™dowy 4CV and would become a universal car, able to satisfy the needs of every driver. It was to be a family car, a car for a woman, a car for the farmer, as well as city â€‹â€‹car. Production of the Renault 4 was finally unveiled at the Paris Salon de l’Automobile in 1961 version of "L" (L for Luxe), so popular they were called 4L.
At the beginning of the production engine offered a 0.7-liter 24hp, and later the power was increased to 34hp. For 1978, offered an engine capacity of 0.8 liter engine then appeared 1.1-liter 34hp. The strongest units but wsytÄ™powaÅ‚y version of Rodeo. Initially, the car was offered with a 3-speed manual gearbox, but in 1967 was replaced with 4-speed gearbox. For 31 years and had more than 8 million vehicles.
Renault 4 – rear of the vehicle
Renault 4 furgon
Renault 4 TL w Macedonii