Renault 14 – model compact car produced by the French automaker Renault in 1976-1983.
Renault 14 was created as a response to the concern of the emergence of a new class of small, front-wheel drive family car launched by Volkswagen Golf. Initially, the model 14 was available in two options of equipment, L and TL, served to drive SOHC unit with a capacity of 1.2 l borrowed from Peugeot; at a later time, you can choose a motor with a capacity of 1.4 liters generates, depending on the version of the power of 60hp (R14 GTL) or 70hp (R14 TS). The design of the car has been planned with a focus on interior space, the rear seats can be folded or completely removed.
Model 14 is not commercial success which was due to a failed promotional campaign, which suggested similarity Renault 14 to juicy pears (provincial France as "pears" is defined as local notables, "apples" is applied to the indigent person). Too clear allusion social but did not like the customers.
Successor, 9 and 11, respectively, debuted in 1982 and 1983.
Renault 14 – rear of the vehicle