Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3-dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)

Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Car model: Renault Title: Renault Model: five Generation: 1st generation hatchback 3-dv. Modification: 0.8 MT Year of issue: 1982–1984

Main characteristics

Body:

Permitted mass of the train (kg)1610
Maximum amount of luggage (l)900
The minimum amount of luggage (l)215
Front wheel track (mm)1280
Wheelbase (mm)2421
Height (mm)1410
Width (mm)1519
Rear wheel track (mm)1250
Ground clearance (mm)145
Load capacity (kg)330
Permissible gross weight (kg)1060
Curb Weight (kg)730
Length (mm)3520

Engine:

Cylinder Bore (mm)58
Number of valves per cylinder2
Number of cylindersFour
Piston stroke (mm)80
Maximum torque (N • m)57
Maximum torque revolutions, max. (rpm)2500
Turns of the maximum power, min. (rpm)5500
Intake typeCarburetor
Engine configurationRow
Engine power (hp)37
Engine capacity (cm3)845
Engine’s typePetrol

Transmission:

Number of stepsFour
Drive unitFront
TransmissionMechanics

Suspension and brakes:

Rear brakesDrum
Front brakesDrum
Rear suspensionTelescopic shock absorbers
Front suspensionTorsion bar with anti-roll bar

Performance indicators:

Fuel tank capacity (l)38
Maximum speed (km / h)126
Recommended fuelAI-92

Steering:

Turning diameter (m)9.75
Power steeringMissing

Tires, wheels:

DiscsFrontRear
Rim diameter1313
Number of mounting holes33
TiresFrontRear
Tire diameter1313
Tire height8080
Tire width135135

Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)
Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3 dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984)


Renault 5 1st generation hatchback 3-dv. 0.8 MT (1982–1984).