7 Best Renault Cars Of All Time

Renault Fuego: $8,684

In 1980, the Renault Fuego was introduced. 'Fuego' means fire in Spanish, but it never seemed to spark as many sales as Renault would have liked in the United States.

Renault Dauphine: $10,601

With its 845 cc engine, the Renault Dauphine, which replaced the 4CV, would have been a classic automobile that required some maintenance right out of the factory.

Renault 16: $11,850

Together with Gaston Juchet, the gifted Philippe Charbonneaux who created the highly valuable 1953 Chevrolet Corvette and the Renault 8 took over the design of the Renault 16 in 1965.

Renault Espace: $16,778

In 1984, the Renault Espace was introduced. The Espace 1, with its multifunctional design and fiberglass body and galvanized steel chassis, was one of the vehicles that helped to pioneer new auto categories.

Renault Caravelle: $18,408

There were three different body types available for the Renault Caravelle: cabriolet, convertible, and coupé. In 1962, it was modified with a new 51-horsepower, 956-cc engine.

Renault 4CV: $24,814

A close examination of the Renault 4CV will reveal that it was created in the postwar era and was covertly designed during the conflict.

Renault Alpine GTA: $24,967

The Alpine A310 was replaced by the Renault Alpine GTA in the 1980s. With this French offering going up against brands like Porsche, it was a symbol of the European race for automotive design.