2014 Renault Latitude Update Surfaces Ahead Of Frankfurt Debut

TMR Team | Aug 9, 2013

Renault's midsized Latitude sedan has been given a subtle going-over for the new model year, revealed today ahead of its Frankfurt debut next month.

For 2014, the Latitude wears a smaller new grille design, flanked by softly revised headlights that pick up new LED daytime running lights.

There's also a new front bumper that adopts sporting character lines and larger foglight bezels.

The rear end of the Latitude remains largely unchanged for 2014, the only standout update being redesigned internals for the long tail-lights.

The interior of the 2014 Latitude has not yet been revealed, and it remains to be seen what changes Renault has made to the cabin.

Mechanical changes are also still to be confirmed, although it is believed Renault may add the 134kW turbo petrol engine offered with the Latitude's Samsung SM5 twin in Korea.

Watch for more details to come at Frankfurt.

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  • Kermit says,
    2 years ago
    Big improvement on the existing car. Tail lights look so much better. The Latitude has very long overhangs which make the car look too big for the wheelbase but its a lot of car. It's basically a better looking Maxima.

    Could do with some nice 19" alloys though.
  • Glenn Davis says,
    2 years ago
    Will this car be sold in America.
    • Mike Stevens
      Mike Stevens [TMR] says,
      2 years ago
      Hi Glenn,

      Apologies, the US domestic market isn't one we cover too closely. From what I can tell, though, the Latitude isn't and won't be offered there.


  • Julius Yohana says,
    2 years ago
    I'm little worried that the price doesn't hold that well.
    • Kermit says,
      2 years ago
      Aren't they mid $40k range? A Passat V6 is mid to high $50k range with less standard features. They may not drive as well but $10k is a big gap.
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