Renault has launched the facelifted Fluence model in Latin America, where the model is coming with the “classic” changes.
According to the French based automaker, the Renault Fluence facelift now has revised headlights with halogen projectors, new wheels and other minor tweaks, while the cabin is getting an electronic parking brake as standard across all versions and the top of the line model is receiving an updated audio system with bigger dials and a sunroof.
The changes found on the facelifted Renault Fluence also include a new front bumper, a single piece grille which seem to be inspired by the Koleos and some other minor tweaks, which will make the upgraded model stand out from the outgoing versions.
Renault says that the facelifted Fluence is getting the 2.0 liter inline four-cylinder engine under its hood, which is producing a total output of 140 BHP at 6,000 rpm and it has a peak torque of 195 Nm available at 3,700 rpm. Fuel consumption for the CVT version stands at 15.6 km/L. Diesel lovers will be able to order the upgraded 1.5 liter unit.