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RENAULT Kangoo Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 7
First production year: 1997
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Van
 

2020 - Present

Nicely blending everyday practicality with reduced ownership costs, the Renault Kangoo was one of the best-selling and in Europe. With the first model launched in 1997, the 2020 Kangoo was the third generation, however, it was based on the Kangoo version launched in 2008. Available as a standard-length van or a long-wheelbase van, the latter was equipped with an optional second row of seat...

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gasoline engines:

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.3L TCE 6MT (100 HP)

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.3L TCE 6MT (130 HP)

diesel engines:

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.5L Blue dCi 6MT (115 HP)

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.5L Blue dCi 6MT (75 HP)

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.5L Blue dCi 6MT (95 HP)

2008 - 2020

The last generation Renault Kango was introduced in early 2008 while the sales were started during the same month. This new model comes with only a few design improvements but with new and more powerful engines which now rang between 1.5 dCI and 1.6 16V. This time, the top engine is a 1.6-liter 16V which produces 110 horsepower and a maximum speed of 105.6 mph combined with a 0 to 100 km/h accel...

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diesel engines:

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.5L dCi 5MT (105 HP)

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.5L dCi 5MT (70 HP)

  RENAULT Kangoo 1.5L dCi 5MT (85 HP)

2006 - Present

Renault introduced the Kangoo 4x4 in 2001 and was the only vehicle of its kind on the European market, and in 2006 it was refreshed again along with the rest of its 2WD siblings. While Renault refreshed the normal Kangoo range for the 2005 model, the 4x4 version had to wait a little longer. It was more challenging to make it Euro 4 compliant than the rest of the stable. Its higher ground clea...

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2005 - 2008

Renault prepared its Kangoo lineup to comply with the Euro 4 Emission regulations and introduced a refreshed version for it in 2005. When Renault introduced the Kangoo lineup in 1999, the market was surprised. The French carmaker was already known for its range of minivans, and the introduction of an LCV-based MPV was something unexpected. Still, the carmaker used its experience in both areas...

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2003 - 2005

After six years on the market, the Kangoo received a well-deserved facelifted version for its both shapes, as a van or as MPV. In 1997 Renault introduced the Kangoo range as a light commercial vehicle or as a passenger car based on the same platform as the Clio, but with a longer wheelbase. Its rounded shapes and practical construction made it a good choice for families that needed a bigger t...

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2001 - 2003

Designed for use in the construction sites or just as a leisure vehicle, the Renault Kangoo 4x4 was launched in 2002 and it could have been considered as a cross-over among the utility vehicles. In the late '90s, Renault launched the Kangoo as a compact-sized utility vehicle. It was also available as a passenger vehicle, highly appreciated due to its huge trunk and easy access to the rea...

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1997 - 2003

Unveiled in 1997, Renault Kangoo is a mid-size MPV produced by the French manufacturer Renault but also rebadged by other manufacturers and sold on their domestic markets. For instance, the Kangoo is also known as Nissan in Latin America and as Kubister in Europe. The Kangoo is assembled in two plants, in Maubeuge, France and Santa Isabel, Argentina. The 1997 version of Renault Kangoo comes with...

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