The Renault Colorale (factory name: 4CV) was a midsize vehicle or Greater Combined with up to six seats, which was built from 1950 to 1957 by the car manufacturer Renault. From 1951, the vehicle was also available with all-wheel drive and was built 43,000 times
The 4CV was after the Second World War the car for the people, he should bring back the post-war France "to roll". The Juvaquatre (later Dauphinoise) was mainly as a combined "300kg" the car for trade and commerce. Thus Renault was very well placed. But what was missing was a "workhorse". So Renault launched the model Colorale. The name is a portmanteau composed of the words Coloniale and Rural, and should already be in the name of the application suggest.
The Colorale was the first post-war development of Renault, which went into series (4CV and Juvaquatre’s wartime or pre-war developments) and a very specific clientele addressed: the construction industry, local authorities and farmers and foresters. The 4CV was the vehicle that the French again "mobile", made the Juvaquatre, especially when combined "300kg," the car for crafts and trade was. The Colorale should serve for everyday use. There were different versions; he was produced as a tow truck and a station wagon, as well as a model "Savannah" without side windows, but with blinds.
The engine came from the predecessor Primaquatre and was a pre-war development. It was a four-cylinder side-valve engine with 2.4 liter displacement and 46 kW/62hp. Top speed 100km/h
Aktuelle Pkw: Captur | Clio | Duster | Espace | Fluence | Kangoo | Koleos | Laguna | Latitude | Logan | Lutecia | Megane | Pulse | Safrane (Mexiko) | Sandero | Scala | Scenic | StepWay | Symbol | Thalia | Twingo | Twizy
Current Transporter: Kangoo | Master | Trafic
Current Truck: C-Truck | D Truck | Renault D-Truck Access | D Truck Wide | GBC 180 | K-Truck | T-Truck
Ausgelaufene Pkw: 4/4 | 4 CV | Alliance | Avantime | Caravelle | Clio Campus | Colorale | Costero | Encore | Dauphine | Floride | Fregate | Fuego | Gordini | Juvaquatre | Ondine | The Car | Medallion | Modus | Nevada | Premier | R3 | R4 | R5 | R5 Turbo | R6 | R7 | R8 | R9 | R10 | R11 | R12 | R14 | R15 | R16 | R17 | R18 | R19 | R20 | R21 | R24 | R25 | R30 | Rodeo | Safrane | Savanna | Sepand | Supercinco/Supercinq | Universe | Vel Satis | Virage | Wind
Ausgelaufene Transporter: Estafette | Extra | Express | R4 Minivan/Furgoneta | Hi-Boy | Schooner | Small-Panel | Super Schooner SG2 | Saviem TP3 | Rapid
Leaking Truck: Access | AE/Magnum | C Series | Fainéant | Renault G Series | Kerax | Magnum | Maxity | Major | Mascott | Messenger | Midliner | Midlum | Premium | Premium Distribution | Premium Lander | Premium Route | puncher | Renault R-Series | R2087 | Renault S-Series | Super Galion SG4 | TRM 2000 | TRM 10000
Busse: FR1 | TN | Iliad | Ares | Now | Tracer | PR100 | A 312 | SC 10
Alpine-Renault/Renault-Sport: 106 | 108 | 110 | 310 | GTA | 610 | Sport Spider
Tanks: Char B1 | FT-17 | R-35
Traktoren: Traktor GP | Traktor H1 | Traktor HO | Traktor EP | Traktor YL | Traktor YV
Models of the inter-war period (1919-1939): 6CV/NN | KZ | Monasix | Mona Stella | Reinastella | Monaquatre | Nervahuit | Nerva Grand Sport | Nervastella | Primaquatre | Vivaquatre | Vivasix | Viva Grand Sport | Vivastella | Celtaquatre | Juvaquatre | Novaquatre | Suprastella
Before the First World War produced models: 10CV | 12CV | 35CV | 40CV | A | AG/AG-1 | AX | B | C | D | E | Renault G/H/J | Renault L/M | N (a)/N (b) | N (c)/Q/U (a/e) | R/T | U | AS-V | X/X-1 | Y