The 2013 Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe is the latest from this European mainstay. It has been described as having a â€œstreamlined designâ€ that allows it to flaunt its stylish curves. Not only is the RCZ attractive, it also has substance with an expressive engine that powers it through the streets, wherever that may be.
|Vehicle Type: Sport Coupe||Est. Market Price: NA|
|Engine: Inline-4 Turbo||Displacement: 1.6 Liter cc|
|Horsepower: 200 HP||Torque: 202 lb-ft|
|HP per Liter: 125||Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic|
Under the hood is a 1.6 liter engine that produces 200 HP. Renault offers several levels of engines with matching gearboxes. The base 200 horsepower engine has a 6 speed manual transmission.
The RCZ behaves as expected on the road. It benefits from a tuned suspension that surpasses its predecessor. The front suspension has a low bracing bar that enhances handling, giving it better stability when cornering.
The RCZ concept design first came out in 2007. Through the years, the RCZ finally made it to the production line. The hood wears the Peugeot badge to go with the extended head lights, giving it sleek look.
It looks like a compact, but Peugeot has given it an aggressive front and rear. The 2013 RCZ is available in several color combinations.
On the inside, the RCZ meets the criteria of that of a sports car. It has a compact central control panel and a minimalistic gauge hidden right behind the steering wheel. The seats are comfortably situated that gives it an overall spacious look. Despite the fact that it is a sports car, Peugeot RCZ has ample storage capacity.
The 2013 Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe comes with several improvements over its predecessor as in better noise levels, stability and customized options. All the efforts invested by the engineering team make the RCZ a stable vehicle with a more powerful engine. The 1.6 liter engine is the most powerful model designed by the French manufacturer that made it to the production lines.