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Renault Vivasix

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Renault Vivasix

Renault Vivasix
Overview
Manufacturer Renault
Also called Renault Type RA
Renault Type PG
Production 1926-1930
Assembly Billancourt, France
Designer Louis Renault
Body and chassis
Class Full-size car
Body style 4-door Sedan
2-door Coupe
Layout FR layout
Powertrain
Engine straight-6 3180 cc, 52 CV
Transmission 3-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase
Length
Width
Curb weight
Chronology
Predecessor Renault Type JT
Renault Type KR
Successor Renault Vivastella

The Renault Vivasix was a full-size car manufactured by the French car company Renault between 1926 and 1930. In 1930 the Vivasix was replaced by the Vivastella.

Details and evolutions

In 1927 Renault created two new models, one luxury and expensive called "Type RA" and a second, simpler model called "Type PG". The two models together were known as the Vivasix. The Vivasix model was one of the larger cars produced by Renault in that period.

The "Type RA" and the "Type PG" were replaced by a new luxury car called the Renault Vivastella between 1928 and 1929.

The top speed of the Vivasix was .

Types

  • PG1 from 1926 to 1929
  • PG3 only 1930


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