2019 Renault KADJAR - INTERIOR & Features
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ОписаниеNew Renault Kadjar makes progress in all areas. While respecting traditional SUV design codes, it has a more attractive, stylish look, with dynamic contemporary lines.
New Kadjar places the emphasis on comfort, quality and ergonomic design. The interior has been redesigned for an even more enjoyable day-to-day driving experience.
Last, New Kadjar has more advanced, fuel-efficient gasoline and diesel engines for greater driving pleasure.
An all-new light signature
At the front, New Kadjar carries over the C-Shape light signature from the Renault range. It strengthens it by integrating LED indicators into daytime running lights. The fog lamps also gain LEDs with LED Pure Vision technology (standard from the Intens trim level). As a result, energy consumption is six times lower than with halogen lamps. The fog lamps are now rectangular, accentuating the "go-anywhere" style of Kadjar.
At the rear, the indicators also gain LEDs, as do the reversing lights and fog lamps, which are now slimmer and built into the bumper for a more elegant finish.
On New Renault Kadjar, the R-LINK 2 connected multimedia system includes a smartphone mirroring function, compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Drivers can display their favourite driving-compatible apps directly on the cabin screen for greater safety and more ergonomic use.
An array of ingenious features
The bins in the front doors are now big enough to hold a 1.5 litre bottle of water. Passengers at the rear gain two USB sockets to charge phones, tablets, games consoles, etc. Last, puddle lamps light up the ground next to the front doors for easier access at night.
A more modular layout
Kadjar has one of the largest boots in its segment, with capacity of 472 dm³ VDA (527 litres). The rear 2/3-1/3 bench folds instantly with the "Easy Break" handles on either side of the luggage space. At the same time, the front passenger seat folds flat to load objects over 2.5 meters long.
New Kadjar adopts new-generation Renault engines. To respect applicable standards, both the gasoline and diesel powertrains feature the latest emission control technologies. At the same time, they gain enhanced drivability and performance, along with lower fuel consumption.
Gasoline: An ultramodern 1.3 TCe GPF engine
New Kadjar adopts the 1.3 TCe engine first fitted on Scénic and subsequently deployed on Captur and Mégane. Developed by the Alliance in cooperation with Daimler, this powertrain meets the highest standards in performance and drivability. Performance is smooth and vibration-free with the 4-cylinder architecture. The engine also performs well at low revs, with its generous torque. On Renault Kadjar, this engine is fitted with a gasoline particulate filter (GPF). The filter destroys particles in the exhaust gases by trapping them in a microporous honeycomb structure that regenerates automatically at regular intervals. The TCe GPF engine is available in four versions: TCe 140 GPF manual transmission, TCe 140 EDC GPF, TCe 160 GPF manual transmission and TCe 160 GPF EDC.
Diesel: more power, more drivability, fewer pollutant emissions
New Kadjar features modernized diesel engines with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system, considered as the most effective nitrogen oxide (NOx) post-treatment solution. This technology cuts engine pollutant emissions with no trade-off in performance! At the same time, the engines now referred to by the name of "Blue dCi" gain enhanced power and drivability on New Kadjar.
The Blue dCi 115 engine increases power by 5 hp and torque by 10 Nm compared with the previous-generation engine, for smooth, frugal performance. Available with a manual transmission, it will be available at a later date with the dual-clutch EDC transmission.
The Blue dCi 150 is the cutting-edge option on New Kadjar. Increasing output by 20 hp compared with its predecessor, it delivers outstanding performance. Mated to a manual transmission, it will be available in 4x2 and 4x4 versions.
Three modes for a full range of requirements
The 4WD transmission on Kadjar offers a choice of three operating modes:
2WD: power is supplied only to the front wheels, to bring down fuel consumption.
Auto: the onboard electronics automatically splits the torque between the two axles. Up to 50% of torque can be transferred to the rear wheels.
Lock: the central differential is locked for a permanent 50/50 torque split between front and rear. Reserved for off-road use, this mode is available at speeds of up to 40 kmph.
These modes are selected using a thumbwheel ion the central console, behind the gear lever.
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