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|Also called||Dacia D6|
|Production||1959 - 1980|
|Length||4 070 mm|
|Width||1 780 mm|
|Height||1 930 mm|
|Curb weight||975 kg|
The Renault Estafette is a small front-wheel drive van, first introduced in 1959 and using the water-cooled Renault Ventoux engine, ultimately in a range of body styles. It was also sold as the Dacia D6.
At launch, the engine, although mounted near the front of the Estafette, was of the same size and output as that fitted to the recently introduced Renault Dauphine. The Estafette's emphasis was always on economy and practicality rather than on power or heavy duty performance.
The rear door on the standard van was in three sections, in a variation on the stable door style. The upper part with the window hinged upwards, while the lower part was divided into two halves, opening to the left and to the right. A sliding door on the pavement side of the load space was also normally fitted.
- in production: May 1959... May 1962
- engine: 845 cc, 32 PS (24 kW)
- payload: 600 kg (1,323 lb)
- in production: Jan 1962... Nov 1968
- engine: 1108 cc, 45 PS (33 kW)
- payload: 800 kg (1,764 lb)
- R2136/37 (2137 being the "Plateau" and "Base Carrosable" open bed (pickups)
- in production: Apr 1968... Jun 1980
- engine: 1289 cc, 54 PS (40 kW), type 810
- payload: 800 kg (1,764 lb) for R2136, 1,000 kg (2,205 lb) for R2137
Renault Estafette pre facelift ca 1965
Renault Estafette Plateau, with canvas top and the standard split lower rear door. ca 1976
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- Dutch Estafette site
- Renault Estafette information
- French site "ALaurent" with Photos, Information, Buyers Guide, Repair/Maintenance Tips
- "Association Estafette Renault : R2136.com" - Photos, Information, Buyers Guide, Repair Tips