2017 Renault Alaskan

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Not long ago, Renault is presented Alaskan Concept to market, on that way showed that it intends to make a good pick-up. Now it is officially presented the production model Alaskan who is very little different from the concept.

The 2017 Renault Alaska was created on base on the latest generation Nissan Navara, of which differs in different front end, modeled on recent models of the French brand. Alaskan has a very aesthetic, modern and appealing look for the pick-up. From the front we can see a large chrome grill and gloss black trim and a chrome riser bar between the grill and the bumper. Headlights are full LED daytime running lights with C-shape, muscular bonnet and sculpted fenders provide athletic lines.

The sturdy chassis is capable of over one tone payload and stands on 16" or 18" diamond-effect alloy wheels. New five-link rear suspension provides excellent road handling and lot of comfort for passengers to the off-road terrain and on the road. Ground clearance is 230mm, smart design of chassis provides a simple approach and ramp over angles.

For the drive to use the engine and transmissions that are already familiar with Navarre (2.3-liter dCi engine), and depending on the market comes with a 2.5-liter diesel engine (with 160hp and 190hp), and 2.5-liter petrol engine with power of 160hp and 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic transmission and the combination of two or four-wheel drive.

The interior cabin Renault Alaska offers great comfort adjustable seat with four, six or eight-way power or manual adjustability, lumbar support, heated front seats, automatic air conditioning with dual-zone climate control, 5" 3D TFT color display, Connected 7" touch screen navigation, practical audio systems and connectivity, 360 ° visibility with four camera, keyless start and more.

As for the security contains a number of elements including: drive modes 2WD and 4WD (4H and 4LO), Electronic Limited Slip Differential (eLSD), rear-locking differential, Hill Start Assist (HSA), Hill Descent Control (HDC), Antilock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA), Electronic Stability Program (ESP).

All in all the new Renault Alaskan provides more proper use and not just for transport and driving on off-road terrain, in order to meet the needs of the business users and individuals. Renault's new pick-up will go on sale early as this year and the previous announcements will be produced in Argentina and Mexico, and for the European market at a plant in Spain.

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