Renault 11 (1987) – Into the Wild

Renault 11 (1987) - Into the Wild

Until about ten years ago you would possibly pass a Renault 11 (and sedan brother Renault 9) without looking back, but it has now really been on the wish list of car spotters for a while. In any case, it is on the list of AutoWeek forum member RDW, who recently photographed this white copy and shared it on our renewed forum. That should be considered, after all, it has been six and a half years since a Renault 11 last appeared in this section. That was a somewhat older ‘phase 1’. The biggest difference with the primordial 11 is the nose; with the facelift in 1985, the 11 received much more modern headlights and a more subtle grille. The interior was also considerably refreshed. At the rear, the move of the number plate from the tailgate to the bumper in particular created a different look. Speaking of those bumpers: they were now given a somewhat sportier look as standard, although you usually only really had to deal with a sporty 11 if there were fog lights in the front bumper. This copy does not have it and yet we are dealing with a nice and striking Renault 11 here. This is a Renault 11 Spring, which is covered in white from head to toe and with its green accents was completely a child of its time. Unfortunately, all that white was often asking for trouble if you wanted a car to age a bit neatly, but as far as we are concerned, it went quite well with this copy. Incidentally, the 11 is not quite the way it once left the showroom: it stands on wheels that come from under a Renault 5 GT Turbo. In any case, it looks good and the wheels also come from the same period, so that makes the choice understandable in itself. This Mégane ancestor came to its current owner more than three years ago and that must be an enthusiast. Keep it on the road!

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