List of Renault vehicles

This is a list of vehicles produced by Renault.

Automobiles

Recent "name" models (1980–)

*Avantime (2001–2003)
*Clio (1990–)
*Espace (1984–)
*Fuego (1980–1987)
*Kangoo (1999–)
*Laguna (1993–)
*Logan (2004–)
*Mégane (1996–)
*Medallion (1988-1989)
*Modus (2004–)
*Safrane (1992–1998)
*Scénic (1996–)
*Twingo (1992–)
*Vel Satis (2001-)
*Thalia (1999-)
*Yeni (Not been launched yet)

Numeric models

*3 (1961-1962)
*4 (1961-1994)
*5 (1972–1996)
*6 (1968-1978)
*7 (1974-1984)
*8 (1962-1971)
*9 (1982-1988)
*10 (1962-1971)
*11 (1982-1988)
*12 (1969-1980)
*14 (1976-1979)
*15 (1971-1977)
*16 (1965-1979)
*17 (1971-1977)
*18 (1978-1986)
*19 (1988-1995)
*20 (1975-1984)
*21 (1986-1993)
*25 (1984-1992)
*30 (1976-1984)

After World War II to 1980 (1945-1980)

*4CV (1947-1961)
*Caravelle (1959-1968)
*Colorale (1950-1957)
*Dauphine (1956-1968)
*Dauphinoise (Break Juvaquatre) (1946-1960)
*Domaine (1956-)
*Floride (1959-1962)
*Frégate (1951-1960)
*Juvaquatre (1937-1950)
*Ondine (1961-1962)
*Prairie (1950-1957)
*Torino (1966-1980)

Between the Wars (1919-1939)

Renault new models were usually introduced at the Paris Motor Show. The Paris Motor Show during this period was held in September or October of most years. Hence a new model introduced at say the 1928 Show would be defined as a 1929 model.
*6CV (1923-1929)
*10CV (1920-1929)
*15CV (1925-1928)
*18CV (1920-1924)
*18/22CV (1925-1927)
*24CV Types PI, PZ) (1928)
*40CV (Type JP) (1919-1923)
*40CV (Type NM) (1924-1928)
*Celtaquatre (1934-1939)
*Monaquatre (1932-)
*Monasix (1927)
*Monastella (1929)
*Nerva Grand Sport (1934-1939)
*Nervahuit (Type TG1) (1930)
*Nervastella (1930-1937)
*Primaquatre (Type KZ6) (1931-1939)
*Primastella (Type PG8) (1932)
*Reinasport (Type PG5) (1931)
*Reinastella (Type RM2) (1929-1933)
*Supraastella (Type RM2) (1939)
*Viva Grand Sport (1934-1939)
*Vivaquatre (1932)
*Vivasix (Type PG1/2) (1928-1929)
*Vivasix (Type PG3) (1930)
*Vivastella (Type PG4) (1930)
*Renault GS (1920)
*Renault HF (1921)
*Renault HG (1921)
*Renault HJ (1922)
*Renault IC
*Renault IG
*Renault II (1922)
*Renault JM (1922)
*Renault JS (1922)
*Renault LS (1923)
*Renault MT (1925)
*Renault NN (Renault 6CV) (1925-1929)
*Renault KJ (1922)
*Renault KR (1923)
*Renault KZ (1924-1932)

Pre-World War I (1899-1914)

*Renault AX (1908-1914)
*12CV
*40CV (1908-1928)
*Taxi de la Marne (Type AG/Type AG-1) (1905-1910)
*Towncar (1912)
*Type AH/Type AM (10CV) (1905-1909)
*Type AI/Type CF/Type DQ/Type ET (35CV) (1906-1914)
*Grand Prix (1906-1908)
*Type L/Type M (1903)
*Type N(a)/Type N(b)/Type S (1903)
*Type N(c)/Type Q/Type U(a)/Type U(e) (1903-1904)
*Type R/Type T (1903-1904)
*Type U(b)/Type U(c)/Type U(d) (1904)
*Type V/Type AS (1905-1913)
*Type X/Type X-1 (1905-1908)
*Type Y (1905-1906)
*Voiturette (Type A/Type B/Type C/Type D/Type E/Type G/Type H/Type J) (1898-1903)


=Alpine-Renault=

*A-106
*A-108
*A-110
*A-310
*A-610

Concept Cars

*Argos (1994)
*Be Bop (2003)
*Espace F1 (1995)
*Ellypse (2002)
*Fiftie (1996)
*Fluence (2004)
*Initiale (1995)
*Koléos (2000)
*Laguna (1992)
*Ludo
*Mégane (1988)
*Modus
*Next
*Pangea (1997)
*Racoon (1993)
*Scénic
*Talisman (2001)
*Vel Satis (2000)
*Wind (2004)
*Zo (1998)
*Zoé (2005)

Others

Vans and trucks

*Renault 4 Fourgonette 1962-1992
*Renault Estafette 1965-1978
*Renault Kangoo 1998-
*Renault Trafic
*Renault Master
*Renault Magnum
*Renault Kerax
*Renault Mascott
*Renault Midlum
*Renault 50 Series 1979-1993
*Renault Express 1984-1997

Buses

* Renault R212
* Renault R312
* Renault PR-100
* Renault PR100 MI
* Renault PR100-2
* Renault PR180 MI articulated
* Renault Pr100.3
* Renault CityBus
* Renault Agora
* Renault Agora S
* Renault-Irisbus Agora L articulated


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