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(New page: Image:Renault_3.jpg '''Renault 3 (R1121). 1961–2 (prod. 2,526; other source lists 2,571). 5-door estate. F/F, 602 cm³ (4 cyl. OHV).''' Entry-level Renault based on the [[Renault 4|...)
 
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'''Renault 3 (R1121). 1961–2 (prod. 2,526; other source lists 2,571). 5-door estate. F/F, 602 cm³ (4 cyl. OHV).''' Entry-level Renault based on the [[Renault 4|4]], but without any luxuries—no hubcaps, interior door trims, third side window, or grille. Engine in the 3CV class in France, but since a Renault 4L cost little more, most customers opted for the better specified car. Rugged and capable, rivalling base [[Citroën 2CV|2CV]]s as intended by Renault.
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'''Renault 3 (R1121). 1961–2 (prod. 2,526; other source lists 2,571). 5-door estate. F/F, 603 cm³ (4 cyl. OHV).''' Entry-level Renault based on the [[Renault 4|4]], but without any luxuries—no hubcaps, interior door trims, third side window, or grille. Engine in the 3CV class in France, but since a Renault 4L cost little more, most customers opted for the better specified car. Rugged and capable, rivalling base [[Citroën 2CV|2CV]]s as intended by Renault.
  
  

Revision as of 03:47, 13 June 2009

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Renault 3 (R1121). 1961–2 (prod. 2,526; other source lists 2,571). 5-door estate. F/F, 603 cm³ (4 cyl. OHV). Entry-level Renault based on the 4, but without any luxuries—no hubcaps, interior door trims, third side window, or grille. Engine in the 3CV class in France, but since a Renault 4L cost little more, most customers opted for the better specified car. Rugged and capable, rivalling base 2CVs as intended by Renault.


Manufacturing location: Billancourt, Somme, France

Marque: Renault | Successor: Renault 4





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