The C138/8200063760/112729536000 catalyst is used by Renault in the cars they manufacture. They are characterized by a rather unusual shape. They consist of two lumps – bigger and smaller – in which the interior is adequately larger and smaller ceramic insert, saturated with palladium. As you can see in the cross-section below, the cartridges differ in color, and thus in the content of this valuable noble element. The length of the model is just over 45 cm, and the weight of the cartridge is exceptionally large and amounts to over 1.30 kg. This device is available in Renault Scenic, version 1.6 gasoline from 2002.
Renault Scénic (Scénic up to 1999 and Renault Mégane Scénic up to 2009) is a minivan of the C segment, designed by the French company Renault. Scénic has been produced since 1996 at the Douai plant in northern France and in Brazil. Three generations are based on the Renault Megane design. Among its competitors there are such cars as Citroën Xsara Picasso, Citroen C4 Picasso, Ford C-Max, Opel Zafira, Peugeot 5008, SEAT Altea, Toyota Corolla Verso, Volkswagen Golf Plus and Volkswagen Touran.
The idea of creating this minivan came from the initial J64 project in the Megane group. The X64co project led to the creation of Méganes, which appeared in 1996. It consisted in creating a series of models with a common core that offered solutions for different needs of mid-range clients. The aim was to diversify the offer of medium-sized models, not to standardize customer needs for a single model.
This segment of medium-sized vehicles was the most important on the market. Presenting a group of solutions based on a medium vehicle was then an innovative idea. In addition to the philosophy of the group of models, for the first time on the market appeared a mid-range minivan. Until then, the minivans were only high-class vehicles. The idea of different solutions was very successful and that is why the competitors of Megane quickly adopted this idea and carried out similar projects.
The first version was launched in 1996 and became quickly imitated by other manufacturers. Scénic was awarded in 1997 as Car of the Year in Europe due to its innovative concept. Mechanically divides the components of the Renault Megane chassis and engines.
In 1999, the second phase was introduced with external aesthetic changes and new colors compared to the 1996 version (The most desirable was “Green Metallic Absinthe”). A new front was introduced, tire and light patterns changed. In addition, the official name has lost the name “Megane”. In the second phase, a four-valve engine was also placed.
The range of gasoline engines includes 1.4 liters, with a maximum power of 75 hp, 1.6 liters of 90 or 110 hp, 1.8 120 hp and 2.0 liters of 115 or 140 hp.
Diesel, on the other hand, is 1.9D available in the atmospheric version of 65 hp, 1.9 dTi with a turbocharger and 80 HP and 100 HP fuel injection, and a direct injection of 1.9 dCi with common rail power of 105 hp.
In 2000, Renault developed a field car based on Scénic and named RX4. In this model, the company has redesigned the rear suspension and toughened the front. The new design of the rear suspension took the place of the spare wheel, so it was placed in the tailgate. The RX4 is higher thanks to the new suspension and larger wheels. It was available until 2003 with 2.0 hp with 140 hp or 1.9 dCi with 105 hp, and in some countries of South America, it was available until 2009.
The second generation Scénic was launched in 2003. The first 600 units were produced at the Nissan plant at CIVAC Jiutepec Morelos Mèxico by the Renault-Nissan group. There are two different bodies. The “Scénic” variant consists of five seats, and the longest “Grand Scénic” offers five and seven seats. It was named the best minivan in Europe from 2003-2009.
When it comes to safety, most models have stability control and traction control in their standard. Scénic received five stars and 34 points in the EuroNCAP test.
In October 2006, Renault renewed the Scénic offer, introducing small aesthetic changes at the front and changing the headlights to more modern ones with LEDs. There is also a panoramic permanent roof (previously only one opened) and a front proximity sensor. New body colors have also been added and tires and rims have been redesigned.
The third generation Scénic was officially presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2009 and went on sale in May this year. Again there are two variants – short, with five seats and debts (“Grand Scénic”) with five or seven. The same platform as in Megane III was used.
At the Geneva Motor Show 2016, Renault presented the fourth generation of Scénic. In October 2016 Grand Scénic was presented to the public at Paris Motor World. Both versions appeared in dealerships in 2016.
The shape is more like a SUV than a minivan, as we could see in the Renault Espace V concept. Scénic offers 20-inch wheels and in addition to the panoramic roof, a two-color finish.
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