The French based automaker Renault has recently announced that the Renault Scala was launched in India, case where the model is getting a choice of two engines and some interesting features.
The Renault Scala is actually based on the Nissan Sunny and, prescription besides this, rumors are saying that the model might actually be a preview for the next generation of the Dacia Logan (Renault Logan), but the car manufacturer didn’t deny or confirm this rumor for the moment and, if it’s one thing we known, is that when an automaker isn’t denying or confirming a rumor, 90 percent of the time it’s automatically confirmed when the new model is hitting the market.
Back to our story, the Renault Sunny in India, which is 4,425 mm long, 1,695 mm wide and 1,505 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,600 mm. the Scala has a torsion bar rear configuration and a McPherson strut front suspension and it’s getting 14-inch steel wheels on the RxE, while the RxL and the RxZ are getting 15-inch alloy wheels. Two engines are available for the Scala, a 1.5 liter gasoline with 97 HP (99 PS / 72 kW) and a 1.5 liter diesel with 84 HP (86 PS / 63 kW), both of them mated to a five-speed manual trasmisison.