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<b>Renault</b>/<b>AMC</b> commercial USA in 1985 Renault Alliance, Encore, Fuego, 18. AMC Eagle. Jeep etc..
Rebadged Disasters: Eagle Premier - CarBuzz - Car News and Reviews May 23, 2013
AMC had been in a decline for some time by the early Eighties, and the company needed a new big seller to bring in some fresh cash. But instead of doing that, they rebadged a French car. Thus the Renault 25 became the Eagle Premier, and later was
French faceoff: 1950 Renault 4CV versus 1984 Renault R5 Turbo 2 - AutoWeek May 23, 2013
It's true that the R5 Turbo 2 (and its predecessor, the R5 Turbo) were based on the humble Renault 5 platform. If anyone in America remembers the Renault 5, it's probably because of the bland but economical AMC-distributed Le Car—not exactly a
Live and let drive - New Zealand Herald May 23, 2013
Bond did it in an AMC Hornet, stolen from a Bangkok new-car dealership. For our Much excitement around the Eiffel Tower circa-1985, as Bond commandeers a Renault 11 taxi and destroys it in two spectacular ways: roof-off and then in half. Obviously
For $7995, Won't You Take Me Down, To Funkytown - Jalopnik May 23, 2013
American Motors is no longer around, the Kenosha, Wisconsin-based automaker's somewhat sad history of mergers, absorptions, and re-brandings finally coming to an end with French parent Renault throwing in la serviette and selling the dregs to whore
Used-car tips you don't get (but should) - TheChronicleHerald.ca May 23, 2013
I learned that early, working at a combination Jeep/Renault/AMC/Toyota dealer in 1988. The Jeep service department was forever busy, especially with such quality wagons as Eagle Premiers, Renault Medallions, and carburetor-fed Jeep YJs choking at the
AMC was formed in 1954 with the merger of the Hudson Motor Car Company and the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, itself formed from the earlier merger of the Nash car company and an appliance maker (more on Nash later). Probably the biggest of these, and the one to have fallen the furthest was the American Motors Corporation, or AMC. The reason for the merger was simple: the automotive industry was changing, and small companies were having a tougher and tougher time making it on their own. But there have been literally hundreds of brands which have gone under in America over the years, some of which were quite significant. The demise of brands like Plymouth, Mercury and Pontiac were well documented and endlessly analyzed over the past few years. The depression had shown how difficult it was for these smaller companies to weather harsh
Despite suffering from a migraine Stephen drove faultlessly to take a narrow victory ahead of Melvill Priest (Meuller Sports Audi S4), Tschops Sipuka (Engen Xtreme Audi S4), Gennaro Bonafede (Ferodo Audi S4) and former SA champion Johan Fourie... s superiority around the tight and twisty Scribante circuit was rubber stamped earlier in the day when Stephen and Sipuka took turns to win the two short sprint races.
A: Good cars very good fuel economy very good engineering.I'm from Argentina and they were manufactured here too.The only difference the argentines ones came with carburetor different headlights and different bumpers(smaller than americans).Here in Argentina Renault sold them as Renault 9(Alliance) and Renault 11(Encore).There's a lot of them here still running fine.Later they were replaced with the renault 19. (answered by jorge on September 20, 2006)A: Other than Yahoo! Answers?