2016 Renault Kadjar Revealed ahead of Geneva

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You might be asking yourself – What on earth is the Kadjar.. And to that I have an answer, just read on peeps. The 2016 Renault Kadjar is the French manufacturer’s first entry in the C-segment crossover market, and it plans on releasing a fresh example at the 85th International Geneva Motor Show on March 3d.

Entering a segment with the likes of the Toyota Rav-4, Nissan Qashqai, Mazda CX-5, Volkswagen Tiguan and Kia Sportage is no easy task. Expect All-Wheel-Drive and Front-Wheel-Drive versions of the 2016 Renault Kadjar, with nothing else official yet. It seems to be a decent entry from the humble French manufacturer, although I must say it looks rather sexy.

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Perhaps that has to do with the proportions of the 2016 Renault Kadjar, stretching out at 4.45 meters in length and 1.84 meters in width, while clearance to the ground is measured at 19 centimeters, and rim sizes expected to be 19 inches.

The interior will feature their Renault R-Link 2 multimedia system which comes as standard with voice recognition to control the navigation, telephone, apps and radio. The Kadjar features a fixed glass roof as well.

Set to be unveiled in full at the Geneva Motor Show next month, the new Renault Kadjar is the company’s first C-segment crossover – taking on the likes of the Mazda CX-5, Kia Sportage, Volkswagen Tiguan, Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Qashqai. It shares the latter’s Common Module Family platform through the Renault-Nissan Alliance, along with the Rogue and X-Trail.

The The 2016 Renault Kadjar brings some LED headlights to play and features Renault’s R-Link 2 infotainment system, and features some cool off-road extras like lower body cladding and under-body protection.

The 2016 Renault Kadjar is going to be manufactured in Renault’s plan in Palecia, Spain, and would probably be present in the GCC, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Dubai and other European markets during late 2015.

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