When did Renault stop making the Wind?
The production version was a two-seater, as opposed to the 2+1 seating of the concept car. In February 2012, Renault retired the Wind, Espace, Kangoo, Modus, and Laguna lines in the United Kingdom.
Do Renault still make the wind?
Gone with the Wind The Renault Wind lasted just 18 months in the UK. In 2012, when Renault took a knife to its model range, the Laguna, Espace, Modus and Kangoo were, ahem, gone with the Wind. Sorry.
Are Renault winds reliable?
The mechanicals are straight out of the Renault parts bin, and if the few mechanics we spoke to who had direct experience of the car are to be believed, it’s very reliable. In fact, never mind them: one owner claims to have driven a total of 200,000 miles in his two Winds without incident.
How many Renault winds were sold in the UK?
The result was that the Wind made as much impact on the British car market as the softest zephyr nuzzling a doldrum-marooned yacht. Only 2300-odd were sold, because the Wind’s UK life was cut short.
What is a Nissan Cube?
The Nissan Cube is a subcompact car produced by carmaker Nissan since 1998. Initially sold only in Japan, the Cube was sold in North American markets from 2009 to 2014, and in European markets from 2009 to 2011. It is a slightly larger load-carrying alternative to the Nissan Micra hatchback.
Is Renault Wind front-wheel drive?
Torque is cheap As with all the best hot Renaults of recent years, development of the Wind was undertaken by the folks at Renaultsport, who know a thing or two about making quick, small, front-wheel drive cars. The Wind has to be hustled down the road to get the most out of it.
What is a Nissan Figaro?
The Nissan Figaro is a front-engine, front-wheel drive, two-door, 2+2, fixed-profile convertible manufactured by Nissan for model year 1991, and marketed in Japan at Nissan Cherry Stores. A total of 20,073 Figaros were produced by Nissan in the convertible’s single year of series production — all with right hand drive.