2008 Geneva Motor Show: Renault Presents 4x4 Crossover Koleos - VIDEO ENHANCED


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PARIS - February 12, 2008: Ahead of the 2008 Geneva Motor Show, Renault presents its first ever crossover, completing its C-segment line-up. The new vehicle has been designed by Renault, developed by Nissan and is manufactured in Renault Samsung Motors' Busan plant in Korea.

Renault Koleos will be available with a 2.5-litre Euro 4 powerplant and two 2.0 dCi Euro 4 diesel engine (110 and 127kW), featuring latest diesel engine technologies, including common-rail 1,600-bar fuel injection, a water-cooled variable-geometry turbo and a periodic regeneration particulate filter. The new crossover features a four-wheel drive, ABS with electronic brakeforce distribution, emergency brake assist and ESP with understeer control. The newcomer will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show from March 4, 2008 and will go on sale in Europe in June 2008.


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