The facelifted version of the 2013 Renault Fluence has been recently unveiled by the French based automaker.
The 2013 Renault Fluence is getting the same touches as the new Clio generation, which can also be found on the newest models in the company’s lineup, with the soft-V shaped black grille, along with the LED daytime running lights found on the lower bumper underneath the fog lights or the so-called “dynamic roof”.
“The changes featured on New Renault Fluence are perfectly in phase with the needs of our key international markets, like Turkey and Russia”, says the Renault Fluence project marketing manager, Hyun-Young Kwak.
According to the car manufacturer, the facelifted Renault Fluence will get a 115 HP 1.6 liter 16-valve petrol engine under its hood, mated to an X-Tronic CVT automatic transmission, which will burn 6.4 liters of fuel every 100 km and emit 15 percent less CO2, to 149 g/km. Besides this unit, the dCi 110 EDC will also found its way under the hood of the “new” Fluence, along with the 1.6L dCi 130, which is burning 4.6 liters of fuel every 100 km and it’s emitting 119 g/km of CO2. The updated Fluence will be produced in Turkey, at the Oyak Renault factory, and the model will make its debut at the Istanbul Motor Show.