Renault 18 GTD 4X4 Wagon 1982 posters

Renault 18 GTD 4X4 Wagon

The Renault 18 was a medium-sized automobile that was designed and built by the French manufacturer Renault between 1978 and 1994. The car was intended to replace both the Renault 12 and Renault 16, which had been in production since 1969 and 1965 respectively, but these models still remained in production alongside the 18 until 1980.


The development period of the Renault 18 was very short; it only took eighteen months from its initial conception to launch. Furthermore, the car was truly a 'world car,' as it was marketed as "Meeting International Requirements" and sold in various countries such as France, Argentina, Australia, Colombia, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Morocco, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

The Initial Range

After its launch in December 1977, the Renault 18 was presented at the Geneva Salon in March 1978 before entering into sales the following month. Initially, the R18 was only available as a four-door saloon, in TL, GTL, TS, and GTS trim variations. The TL and GTL were each powered by the 1397cc Cléon engine (which was derived from the 1289cc Renault 12 engine) and produced 64bhp, and were both equipped with a 4-speed gearbox.

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