The Renault Dauphine Sedan 1955 is a French compact sedan car that was first released in 1955. It was produced by Renault and was the first mass-produced car in France. The car has a classic, simple design that was popular with French families. The Renault Dauphine Sedan has a rounded, two-door body with curves and chrome accents. It is available in multiple colors including grey, white, black, yellow and red. The car has a long wheelbase of 90 inches, a wheelbase of 119 inches, and stands at a height of 57 inches. Up front, four side windows provide drivers with a panoramic view. Inside the car, there is seating available for four passengers, as well as ample legroom. It features a spacious glove box and storage nooks. Under the hood, the Renault Dauphine holds a rear-mounted 845cc three-cylinder engine that generates 34 horsepower. This gives the Dauphine enough power to reach a top speed of up to 61 mph and accelerated from 0 to 60 mph in about 30 seconds. The car has a three-speed manual transmission with a column-shift lever that controls the shifts. The car is able to turn at a maximum rate of 47 miles per gallon. The Renault Dauphine Sedan is an iconic car of the 1950s. Its classic design and reliable engine are still admired today. The car is perfect for a leisurely drive in the countryside or a pleasant outing with the family. The car encompasses the very essence of vintage French styling.
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