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Renault Vel Satis 3.5 V6 Initiale 2000 posters


Renault Vel Satis 3.5 V6 Initiale

The Renault Vel Satis is an executive vehicle with a unique height that provides impressive interior space, however, its proportions are questionable. It has a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating and various engine options, such as a four-cylinder, sixteen-valve, turbocharged 2.0-liter option, a Nissan-sourced 24-valve, 3.5-liter V6, a four-cylinder, sixteen-valve, 2.2-liter direct injection turbodiesel, and a Perkins-sourced 24-valve, 3.0-liter direct injection turbodiesel. The Vel Satis shares its platform with the Laguna and Espace IV, and is produced in an assembly line in Sandouville, France. In October 2004, there was an alleged incident that occurred in which an automatic 3.0 Diesel Vel Satis supposedly accelerated from a speed of 130 km/h (81 mph) to over 190 km/h (120 mph) while under cruise control on Autoroute A71 freeway (motorway) in central France. The driver stated the cause of this was due to a faulty cruise control system alongside the electronic card that accompanies the key. Renault immediately investigated the car and found no faults with it. Following this, repeated tests were conducted and it became proven that the driver could manually override the cruise control and bring the car to a stop in a variety of ways, as detailed in the user manual. As a result of this, Renault has taken legal action against the driver for libel. In March 2005, Renault UK decided not to develop a right-hand drive version of the facelifted Vel Satis as sales had been below the desired target since its launch. This was two years after the Avantime coupé/MPV was abolished by Renault.

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