1984 renault encore




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  • Then, one day, a running Renault Encore showed up on Craigslist. The asking price? $ Thus began my journey of growing to love.

    The Renault Alliance won the Motor Trend Car of the Year Award, so buyers might have figured the hatchback version- named the.

    History of the logo. The Renault logo has an interesting history. During the First World War, the company successfully produced light tanks. In connection with the popularity of the company's tanks, the leadership of Renault even changed the logo, placing in it the image of his tank. But the tank on the emblem was not delayed for a long time, in 1923 a well-known form of diamond appeared. However, this is not a diamond - it is a trace from the tank.

    RENAULT ENCORE, Vin 1XMDCEK in MI - DETROIT is Sold Out. Bid on Similar Vehicles on AutoBidMaster.

    1984 renault encore

    1984 renault encore

    The automaker was required to shed its profitable AM General line of commercial and military vehicles because of U. Email required Address never made public. With the United States dollar then relatively weak against the French franc , manufacturing in the U. There are still two or three Alliances in the back corner of the lot. We used to see how many dudes we could cram in it to go bar hopping till he literally drove it till one of the wheels fell off.

    1984 renault encore

    1984 renault encore

    1984 renault encore

    1984 renault encore

    1984 renault encore

    Standing Ovation? AMC Renault Encore

    Saddled with an automatic transmission, this pre model likely sports the 1. The lack of thrills likely played a role in this Encore staying in nice shape. Despite being an economy car in every sense of the word, AMC tried to give these French-American hybrids some level of creature comforts to attract young buyers. Say what you will about the driving experience, but I applaud the fact that this Encore was built in the USA, rolling off the assembly line in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

    At the time, I was a Renault owner two R5s and an R16 and hoped these would offer something fresh for the U. No particularly enticing features, no added character. What I do remember most was these disappearing rapidly from the road in CA, at least , just like the bigger 18is and Fuegos. I found it to be somewhat crude and unrefined. Constant issues with electrical, transmission failures, cooling system failed just looking at it wrong.

    1984 renault encore

    I work around the corner from an ex Jeep-Renault dealer. There are still two or three Alliances in the back corner of the lot. Surprised they survived the rampant metal recycling several years back when steel was so high. Another pos that one of my buddies bought new right out of high school. He traded a 67 Camero for it which was really nice.

    We used to see how many dudes we could cram in it to go bar hopping till he literally drove it till one of the wheels fell off. We all do stupid things. AMC had next to nothing to do with these except for marketing them and, perhaps, some suggestions re trim and options.

    1984 renault encore

    Renault built and sold them in Europe, badged as Renault R9 or R11 depending on sedan or hatch body style. I worked on these when they were new and under warranty. Thanks for triggering my PTSD. These quickly and rightly earned the nickname reanault eyesore. The 2-door Alliance and the convertible were engineered by AMC. I owned a Alliance DL coupe for two years winter beater. The AMC-modded structure was very weak though and the sheet metal would make wobbling sounds over bad pavement!

    AMC did not buy Renault, it was the other way around. Barn Find has lost its way. Most of these cars where unpopular junk when new, and they have not improved with age. BF, can you not find something more interesting Morley. Hey Morley, maybe this car is a heap of junk. I appreciate the effort that is put in by the contributors to this website. It is one of the few that I actually can be bothered looking at these days.

    Stop taking everything so seriously. Whether a website irritates you is no longer an issue in the greater scheme of things. Adam T45 Adam I have reread my comment and you are right, it does sound harsh. However, I am just tired of look at used cars, that someone got sick of and parked it and forgot about it. I drive the 65 once in awhile , but the others have set in my barn for years. So yes I do have a few cars, but my complaint with BF is that just because a car is old and parked, I just not interested.

    1984 renault encore

    I think they should up the game and find more interesting cars. Morley, mate, pick the Aussie here! When I was told that I had cancer, and that there is nothing that can be done for it, it shifted my priorities enormously.

    To give you an idea of where I was coming from: However, I have just scanned through the first 5 pages on this site, and there are 45 cars in those first 5 pages that were never officially imported into Australia not counting one-off private imports. Some I knew about, but cars like this I had never heard of. For those of us outside the USA, what appears mundane to you can be really interesting to us. Take care my friend. A French car……built by Americans……. Mate, it could be worse.

    AMC Renault Encore commercial - 1984



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