2020 Renault Kadjar AWD & Fuel Economy
Here is The New Updates of 2020 Renault Kadjar. In fact, the main goal of the Gallic brand in this update was precisely not to revolutionize the image, which is considered as the main reason for buying the SUV. In addition to slight aesthetic changes, highlight the renovation of the range of engines of the Renault Kadjar
When a car has the main reason for buying in the visual, introducing a new generation or mid-cycle renewal is a complicated and challenging process. This is because changing too much in the lines can result in the loss of identity that has earned you success. Knowing this, Renault has now renewed the Kadjar without messing too much with what is perceived by customers as the biggest reason for buying: the design.
2020 Renault Kadjar Redesign
Characteristic features such as C-lights are practically unchanged, but the LED flashers integrated into the front daytime running lights and the rear bumper are noteworthy. Also, the fog lights are with Pure Vision LED technology, but in this case, the brand preferred to introduce more rectangular shapes to underline the adventurous and off-road style of the SUV. On the other hand, the remaining changes of the Renault Kadjar are the increase of the dimensions of the grid and the inclusion in the offer of two new 17 “and 19” wheels.
On board was given priority to the well-being of the occupants, something that is reinforced by the operability of the technologies. As with R-Link2, it has quick access commands on the 7 “side of the screen and can mirror Android and iOS applications. In this area, there are also two new USB ports for the rear passengers, highlighting the interior access light. Another strength of the Renault Kadjar lies in the great versatility of carrying objects, as the luggage compartment has 527l of capacity and can be easily enhanced by folding the rear seats (1/3 + 2/3) facilitated by the Easy Break handles. In addition, the front passenger seat can also be folded down, allowing you to carry objects up to 2.5 meters in length.
2020 Renault Kadjar Engine Specs & Performance
One of the biggest news of the Kadjar is the new four-cylinder petrol engines with 1.3 TCe with a particulate filter. Developed in partnership with Daimler, its “smooth and vibration-free operation” is outstanding, being available with two power levels (140 Hp and 160 Hp) and the possibility to opt-in both by manual or automatic boxes. Also new in the Diesel Blue dCi, because the 115 Hp version increased the power by 5 Hp, while the most powerful 150Hp block received a 20Hp upgrade. The first of these can come with automatic or manual transmissions, while in the most powerful it will always be the driver to choose when to make the box passes, and can choose between two or four drive wheels.
For models where only the front axle is called to work there is the Extended Grip rotary control, which allows you to choose between three different modes. If you opt for the 2020 Renault Kadjar AWD, with a system that benefits from the know-how of the Nissan Alliance partner, you will be able to choose between driving only with two drive wheels, having the four wheels “pulling” for the rear axle or “Lock”. In this case, the central differential lock will ensure a continuous 50:50 split between the front and rear wheels. For those who wish to venture into less “orthodox” routes with the Renault Kadjar, it will also have 17 and 25 attack angles placed in the 25th as well as the ground height at 200mm.