Was the Renault 4 a good car?

Was the Renault 4 a good car?

Autocar may not have thought the Renault 4 would catch the British public’s imagination, but the magazine was in no doubt of its brilliance at driving on poor-quality roads. Inside, the car was basic with “extremely simple and well-designed” hammock-style seats, and a push-pull gear lever sprouting from the dashboard.

How many Renault 4 were made?

The first million cars were produced by 1 February 1966, less than four and a half years after launch; eventually over eight million were built, making the Renault 4 a commercial success because of the timing of its introduction and the merits of its design….

Renault 4
Predecessor Renault 4CV
Successor Renault Twingo

How heavy is a Renault 4?

Renault 4 GTL Specs With a maximum top speed of 75 mph (120 km/h), a curb weight of 1587 lbs (720 kgs), the 4 GTL has a naturally-aspirated – 4 cylinder engine, Petrol motor. This engine produces a maximum power of 34 PS (34 bhp – 25 kW) at 4000 rpm and a maximum torque of 73.5 Nm (54 lb. ft) at 2500 rpm.

What is a 4L vehicle?

Use 4L when driving in deep mud or snow, soft sand, up steep inclines, and on extremely rocky surfaces. Stick to low speeds in this setting, around 10 MPH. 4H is your go-to setting for driving at normal speeds (30 to 50 MPH), but with additional traction.

Who is Morris Minor?

The Morris Minor is a British economy family car that made its debut at the Earls Court Motor Show, London, on 20 September 1948….

Morris Minor
Manufacturer Morris Motors (1948-1952) British Motor Corporation (1952-1968) Hyundai Motor Company (1967-1968) British Leyland (1968-1971)

Who designed Renault 4?

pierre dreyfus
the renault 4, invented in 1956 by pierre dreyfus, who wanted to produce a versatile, inexpensive car with a worldwide calling which could match the changes in society that were being observed as the 1960s approached. he launched the notion of a ‘blue jeans’ car.

What does the N stand for in the car?

The “N” is an indicator that your automatic transmission is in NEUTRAL or a free spinning mode. This setting releases the gear(s) (forward and reverse) and allows the tires to spin freely. Most people do not use the N setting unless their car engine will not start and they need to push it or have the vehicle towed.