Renault 1951-2008: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Renault 1951-08: 750, R4, R10, R12, R16, Fuego, Clio Sport, Megane Sport market review

Once a favourite of enthusiast owners, older Renaults are now seldom seen and we do wonder where they might have gone.

Renault 10s, 12s and the wonderful 16 are hard to find and shouldn’t be because they were assembled locally until the late 1970s and sold in quantity.

The R4 quasi-station wagon didn’t sell well here however some have survived and are now being offered at significant prices.

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Fuegos had their issues and once parts supplies dried up it was hard for frustrated owners not to march them off to the wreckers when something failed.

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Sport versions of the Clio and Megane are still easy to find and at the prices being sought they should interest buyers who might otherwise be looking at something Japanese or Korean.

750 $9750 [2] 

R4 $18,500 [2] 

R10/12/16 $5315 [3] 

Fuego $7200 [2]

Clio Sport $7515 [8] 

Megane Sport $8275 [13]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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