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Renault 18 TL Wagon 1979 posters


Renault 18 TL Wagon

The Renault 18 was a medium-sized automobile created by the French manufacturer Renault between 1978 and 1994. It was designed to replace both the Renault 12 and Renault 16, both of which had been in production since 1965 and 1969, respectively. The design process for the 18 was completed in an impressively quick 18 months, a fact which likely influenced the name. It was the first world car designed by Renault, marketed as being able to "meet international requirements." It was produced in countries such as Argentina, Australia, Colombia, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Morocco, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela, and it was sold in Algeria, Austria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Mauritania, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Senegal, Slovenia, Sweden, Syria, The United Kingdom, The United States, Thailand, Turkey and Zimbabwe. The Renault 18 was introduced to the market in April 1978 after making its debut at the Geneva Salon the month prior. It was initially available as a four-door saloon and featured four trim levels: TL, GTL, TS and GTS. TL and GTL models were powered by a 1397cc Cléon engine, producing 64bhp, and each had a 4-speed gearbox.

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