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The Renault Modus is a mini multi-purpose vehicle that finished production in 2012. The Modus is extremely reliable while also being quite safe to drive. Not only that, but they get fantastic gas mileage. All of these are great reasons to use a Renault Modus service manual to quickly handle any maintenance needs yourself! With the ease of fixing Renault vehicles, there is no reason to pay someone else to handle the work for you!

The Modus borrows styling cue from a different Renault model, the Clio. The Modus is fairly small and is only available as a 5-door hatchback. Despite a small overall size, the rear seats are cleverly designed to be repositioned so you can adjust cargo space.

Most Renault models have options between petrol and diesel engines, and the Modus is no different. The mechanical specifications were separated into two different phases, with the second phase bringing in a new and improved selection. Standard transmission choices included 5 and 6-speed manuals, or 4 and 5-speed automatics.

The first phase of engines included 1.2V, 1.4V, and 1.6V four-cylinder petrol choices. Diesel choices included one of three different 1.5V four-cylinder turbo engines, with a fairly significant power discrepancy between the top and bottom choice.

The second engine phase brought some necessary changes to an unsuccessful model line. The Modus was now entirely focused on reliability and efficiency, so more powerful engine choices were eliminated. Petrol choices now offered three different and improved 1.2V four-cylinder engines and also brought back the 1.6V four-cylinder. Diesel choices also shrank to just two different 1.5V four-cylinder choices.

Even though the Modus might not have been successful during its production cycle, it gave key insights that helped shaped Renault’s design strategy for future models. Successful elements of the Modus can now be found in the Renault Captur and Scenic. Although the Modus is a perfectly good and useful car, the vehicle’s image was confused by a mixed strategy when it came to what market the vehicle was intended for.

Now that the Modus is no longer in production, you have extra incentive to take good care of yours. Without manufacturer support, it is now up to you to make sure your vehicle stays reliable and efficient! Fortunately, this is made much easier with the help of a Renault Modus workshop manual. Using a workshop manual, you can easily handle any service needs without the assistance of a mechanic!