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.
Renault Logan is a French subcompact class car produced since 2004 by the Renault Group. The model is mainly produced in Romania at the Dacia plant. Therefore, the car is also sold under the name Dacia Logan. Since 2012, the 2nd generation of the machine has been produced. Assembly shops are also located in Turkey, Russia (at AvtoVAZ), Brazil, Colombia, Morocco and Argentina. In different markets, the model is sold under the names Nissan Aprio, Mahindra Verito, Renault Tondar 90, Lada Largus, Nissan NP200 and Renault Symbol in the 3rd generation.
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 Franco-Japanese concern has been assembling the 1.6-liter Renault H4M gasoline engine since 2004 and installing it on its most popular models, such as the Logan, Duster, Kaptur and Arkana. This power unit is essentially one of the variants of the well-known Nissan HR16DE engine.
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.