Renault Thalia dimensions
Latest model: Renault Thalia (2006)
Length: 167.7 (in) = 4260 (mm)
Width: 76.3 (in) = 1938 (mm)
Height: 56.6 (in) = 1438 (mm)
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Renault Thalia details:
The Renault Clio is a supermini manufactured by the French manufacturer Renault. Originally launched in 1990, it is currently in its third generation. The Clio has seen substantial critical and commercial success, being consistently one of Europe's top-selling vehicles since its release, and it is largely credited with restoring Renault's reputation and stature after a difficult second half of the 1980s.
The Clio has been sold as the Renault Lutecia in Japan. A 4-door sedan was designed for certain markets where sedans are traditionally preferred over hatchbacks and was sold under names Renault Clio Symbol, Renault Clio Sedan and Renault Thalia. It is also sold under the Nissan nameplate in some Latin American markets as the Nissan Platina.
The Clio was presented at the Paris Motor Show in the autumn of 1990 and began sales in France soon after, although sales in the rest of Europe did not begin until March 1991. The Clio largely replaced the Renault 5 (which continued to be built until 1996 as a budget alternative). The motor range available at release included 1. 2 L and 1. 4 L E-type "energy" gasoline I4 engines (first seen in the R19) and 1. 7 L and a 1. 9 L diesel (both based on the F-type unit) engines. The gasoline engines all received a fuel injection system in place of carburettors in 1992, in order to conform to new pollutant emission regulations.