Sedan, Manual, 1,461 cc, Diesel, 21.8 kmpl
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The Fluence is a mid-sized sedan, which rests just under the entry-level premium segment. It was introduced in 2011 in the Indian market and it is based on the Renault-Nissan C Platform and now the French car maker has launched a refreshed version of the car. The Fluence competes with the Toyota Corolla Altis, the Chevrolet Cruze, and the Volkswagen Jetta.
The new Fluence is a rather large looking car that has got lots of curves and a rear end that sticks up and out giving the car an angular approach and wide body stance. It is a rather good-looking car and is well over 4.5 metres in length, making it seem like a full size sedan. There is a prominent large front griller and some strong wheel arches to give the car a muscle look. The refreshed Fluence gets new grille and restyled headlamps. The bumper has also been replaced and gets chrome surrounds of the fog lights. There are also new 6-inch alloys.
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Sheik Mohamed Anif #173
Reviewed on Jul 01, 2011
I proud of Renault brand, because they launching the cars in India without tieup with any other brand except logan with in three years. There are many modern feature available in Renault Fluence like Smart card, ESP and etc.. It designed with good spacing and comfort