The 1.2-liter 16-valve Renault D4F engine was produced by the company from 2001 to 2018 and was installed on such compact models as Twingo, Clio, Symbol, as well as Dacia Logan and Sandero. There was a modification of this turbocharged power unit with a different D4Ft index.
The Renault Clio is a French supermini class car from automaker Renault Group. Production started in 1990. Since 2012, the 4th generation of the model has been produced, on the basis of which the Captur compact crossover has also been launched since 2013. On the Russian market, cars are labeled Kaptur. The name of the car is taken from Greek mythology, Clio is the muse, the patroness of history. In 2016, the model underwent a restyling – the exterior was updated and the equipment was improved.
The 1.2-liter 8-valve Renault D7F engine was produced by the concern from 1996 to 2014 and was installed on the company’s most compact models such as Twingo, Clio or Kangoo. In the Brazilian market, a 1.0-liter modification of this engine with the D7D index was offered.
Renault’s 1.2-liter 8-valve E7F engine was introduced in 1990. This motor is a deep modernization of the Cleon-Fonte internal combustion engine with a camshaft in the cylinder head. Was put on Renault 19 and Clio. Its carburetor version has its own E5F index.
The Renault E7J 1.4-liter 8-valve engine first appeared in 1991. Structurally, it is based on the popular Cleon-Fonte engine, but with an overhead camshaft, that is, in the cylinder head. Installed on Renault 19, Megane, Kangoo, Clio, and Dacia Solenza, SupeRNova. The version of the engine with a carburetor power system is called the E6J.
The 1.8-liter 8-valve Renault F3P engine appeared in 1992 as a replacement for the 1.7‑liter F2N due to tougher environmental requirements. It is found on models such as Renault 19, Clio and Laguna. Under the Volvo hood, this single-injection engine has the B18U index.
The Renault F7P 1.8-liter 16-valve engine was introduced in 1990 to replace the small turbo engines under the hood of the company’s racing cars. It was also installed on sports versions of the 19 and Clio models with the 16S index.
The 2.0-liter 16-valve Renault F4R engine has been assembled at the Cleon plant since 1998 and is still installed on some of the concern’s models for emerging markets. This unit has become widespread due to the installation on Duster and Kaptur.
The 2.0-liter 16-valve Renault F7R engine was introduced in 1994 as a sports engine for the company’s racing division. But civil modifications were also equipped with it, for example, the top versions of the first Megane.
The 1.4-liter 16-valve Renault K4J engine was produced by the company from 1999 to 2013 and was installed on Clio, Megane, Scenic, but it was best known for the Symbol model. In addition to standard modifications in 95 – 100 hp, there was a derated version of 82 hp.
The 1.4-liter 8-valve Renault K7J engine was assembled at the concern’s factory from 1997 to 2016 and installed on many of the company’s budget models, such as Logan, Sandero and Symbol. First, the release of the motor was carried out in the Turkish Bursa, and then in the Romanian city of Pitesti.
The 1.6-liter 16-valve Renault K4M engine was first introduced at the 1998 salon and is still actively produced at a plant in Spain, Turkey, and since 2009 at AvtoVAZ. There is a version of such a motor with and without a phase regulator, as well as a sports version of the RS.
The 1.6-liter 8-valve Renault K7M engine was first introduced back in 1995. At first, the engine was produced in Spain, until in 2004 its assembly was transferred to Romania, where it became the main engine of the budget models Dacia Logan, Sandero, Stepway or Lodgy.
The 1.0-liter Renault H4D or 1.0 SCe engine has been produced at the plant in Brazil since 2014 and is used in models such as the Clio and Twingo, as well as the third generation Dacia Logan and Sandero. This power unit on a car from Nissan is known as HR10DE, and on Smart under …
The 2.0-liter Renault M4R engine has been assembled at factories in Yokohama and Busan since 2005 and is installed on such popular models of the company as Megane, Laguna, Fluence, Latitude. This power unit is inherently one of the varieties of the Nissan MR20DE engine.
The 0.9-liter 3-cylinder Renault H4Bt or 0.9 TCe 90 engine has been produced since 2012 and is installed on the group’s popular models manufactured under the Renault, Nissan and Dacia brands. This motor can also be found under the hood of modern Smarts, which are Twingo clones.
The 1.0-liter turbo engine Renault H4Dt or 1.0 TCe 100 has been produced by the concern since 2018 and is installed on the fifth generation of the Clio model or the Captur crossover created on its basis. On cars manufactured under the Nissan brand, this power unit has the HR10DET index.
The Renault D4Ft 1.2-liter turbo engine or 1.2 TCe 100 was produced from 2007 to 2013 and was installed in the company’s compact models such as Twingo, Clio, Modus and Wind. This power unit is essentially a turbocharged modification of the popular D4F engine.
The 1.2-liter turbo engine Renault H5Ft or 1.2 TCe was assembled by the concern from 2012 to 2019 and installed on such well-known models of the company as Clio, Megane, Scenic, Kadjar, Kangoo. This power unit on Nissan vehicles is known as HRA2DDT or HR12DDT.
The 1.3-liter turbo engine Renault H5Ht or 1.3 TCe 150 has been produced in Spain since 2017 and is installed on models such as the Arkana, Captur and Duster, as well as on Nissan as the HR13DDT. This motor was developed jointly with the Daimler concern and on its models is known as the M282.
1.6-liter Renault M5Mt or 1.6 TCe turbo engine was produced by the company from 2013 to 2018 and installed both on the sports version of the Clio 4 RS, and on the civilian Megane and Talisman models. This unit was essentially a variation of the well-known Nissan MR16DDT turbo engine.
3.0-liter 24-valve Renault L7X engine was introduced in 1997, when a line of V6 engines called ESL replaced the outdated PRV. This engine was installed on such Renault models as Safrane, Espace, Laguna and Clio V6.
The 1.5-liter Renault K9K or 1.5 dCi diesel engine has been produced by the concern since 2001 and is installed on a huge number of company models under the Renault, Nissan or Dacia brands. The same motor can be found under the hood of front-wheel drive Mercedes called OM607 and OM608.
The 1.9-liter Renault F8Q diesel engine was assembled at the company’s plant from 1988 to 2006 and installed on cars such as Kangoo, Clio, Megan, Scenic, as well as Mitsubishi Carisma and Volvo S40. There was an atmospheric version of the engine with 64 hp and a turbocharged version with 90 hp.
The concern produced the 1.9-liter diesel engine F9Qt or F9Q 1.9 dTi from 1997 to 2003 and installed it on its most popular models, such as Megane, Scenic, and also the Volvo S40. Since 1998, a Common Rail version of this engine has been produced, which was distinguished by the dCi suffix.