The Renault 4S 1020CC Arg Wagon (1961) is a stylish, sophisticated and practical vehicle, designed to make any journey both enjoyable and efficient. This car was one of Renaults first mass-produced models and marked a milestone in the automobile history, as the first of its light commercial vehicles. Vehicle exterior wise, the Renault 4S Arg Wagon is highly defined by its traditional box shape that is typical of most commercial vehicles. Yet despite the conservative exterior, this vehicle still oozes sophistication and style, as as it features silver trim along the windowsills and door frames that give the car a unique touch. It also comes in a range of shades from cream white to gunmetal grey and has chrome doors and steels wheels, providing an understated style that never goes out of fashion. From the inside, the environment of the Renault 4S Arg Wagon is surprisingly spacious and comfortable, making it a great choice for those long distance drives. The trim is finished in grey velvet, complemented with a flat wooden dashboard. There is seating for up to five passengers and plenty storage options that make it suitable for various family type travels. The car is also very reliable thanks to its 1020 cc engine, and achieves excellent fuel economy given its size. Finally, the Renault 4S Arg Wagon (1961) offers the perfect blend of style, sophistication, practicality and durability, all at a great price. It is perfect for everyday driving and those special occasions.
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