The Renault 12 TL sedan of 1969 is an iconic and unique piece of european design. It has a simple and balanced look: the boxy shape is characterized by a strong vertical front going to join the sleek lines of the sides. The cars appearance is emphasized by the flat headlights located at the front and the simple thin chrome traces that decorate the sides and bonnet. The 12 TL sedan was built with a light-weight galvanized body, allowing it to remain rust-free in the most challenging conditions. The classic shape is maintained with a light and resistant inner frame and superior suspension system. The Renault 12 TL sedan of 1969 has a 1.3-liters three-cylinder engine under the bonnet producing a power output of 48bhp. This allows the car to reach a top speed of 82mph and permitting easy access to different city environments. The four-speed manual gearbox provides smooth performance and control for the drive, benefitting from the synchronized gear shift. Support from dual-circuit braking system and reinforced servo assistance, gives drivers the security they need. Outwardly, the Renault 12 TL stands out from the rest of the utilitarian family sedans. It has two side panels that come standard with rubber lining, adding another layer of comfort to the driving experience. The 12 TL also offers a rich interior, featuring steering wheel with wood-trim and painted instruments. The creamy beige upholstery allows passengers to recline into a semi-relaxed position as they cruise through paved roads. Finally, the 12 TL comes equipped with armrests and headrests, allowing for greater levels of comfort during long drives. From its eye-catching design to its comfortable features, the Renault 12 TL sedan of 1969 has been an enduring symbol of European car craftsmanship.
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