1985 renault encore




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    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    Avatars by Sterling Adventures. This was, however, my first car! The only real problem were clutch cables. They were all horribly unreliable, but despite that they all had loads of character, the kind of personality that most other brands cannot even dream of, and were great fun to drive when they ran. Archived from the original on 21 February

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    Junkyard Find: Renault Alliance - The Truth About Cars

    While there were over , Alliances and Encores sold from , very few remain since they were budget cars. Of those, very few Encores remain, to the extent this seems to be the first one available for purchase in several years. The seller has done much work to bring the car back to reliable driver status, including replacing radiator, hoses, thermostat, spark plugs, oil and transmission fluid, and new shocks and hatch shocks. Outward visibility must be pretty good for a hatchback — normally, wide C-pillars make it hard to see motorcycles over your shoulder.

    Everything looks straight from this perspective as well. Looks like the interior of a 3-year-old car! French cars are known for having comfortable seats, and this is hopefully one area they did not change for the American market. Unfortunately, they went out of their way to accommodate the American market by adding air conditioning and a 3-speed automatic transmission, which must make this car dog slow.

    1985 renault encore

    So will the rarity win you over? At this point, only the 4-door version of this car could out-oddball you. Perhaps a donor GTA would make this car more exciting, and on that note, if you need more power and s flash, keep your eyes on this site for another French choice.

    This entry was posted on September 24, at You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. Nice example of a low mileage Encore. Wow, not many amenities on this one. Back in the day, I bought a brand new LS 3 door. I got some nice comments on the beautiful color. The Kenosha build quality was less than stellar, and they used some rather cheap materials in them.

    1985 renault encore

    Although it was never fast from , the 5 speed transmission excelled in fuel economy, about MPG in town and up to 50…yes 50 MPG on the highway. The thing was geared very tall. But you could really wind it up and the engine seemed to be happy with that. One day I wanted to see how fast it could go. So I kept it in fourth gear and buried the speedometer needle at the stopper at 85 MPH. And it still had a lot more to go before it would be at red line.

    I kept good care of it and that was kind of a waste of a fine piece of machinery. It was 16 years old then, with , miles, and it still did not use a drop of oil between changes. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Create a free website or blog at WordPress.

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