Renault FR1

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Renault FR1
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Renault FR1
Manufacturer Renault Vehicùles Industries (RVI)
Production 1987–1997
Body and chassis
Doors 1 door or 2 doors
Floor type Step entrance
Engine 9.9 litre I6 turbodiesel, 223 kW (303 PS; 299 hp) and 250 kW (340 PS; 335 hp)
Capacity 45 seated
Transmission 6-speed manual
Length 11.3m, 12m, 12.8m
Width 2.6m
Height 4.1m

The Renault FR1 was a single-decker coach produced by the bus division of Renault Trucks in France from 1987 to 1997.

The engine is a 6-cylinder Renault engine with a displacement of 9,834 cc, available in two variants, 223 kW (303 PS; 299 hp) and 250 kW (340 PS; 335 hp). Models were designated TE, TX and GTX and it is optional to have 1 door or 2 doors.

The model was facelifted in 1997 and renamed Renault Iliade to replace the normal FR1.

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