Renault Samsung SM3 I N17 12002 - 2013
Model: Samsung SM3 (2003 - ...)
Wikipedia (Samsung SM3): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Samsung_SM3
First generation of Samsung SM3 is a Nissan Sunny/Bluebird Sylphy G10 based model made in South Korea by Renault Samsung Motors. Production began in September 2002 in Busan.
It has four versions and two four-cylinder engines available: the 1.5 litre QG15DE and the 1.6 litre with CVTC system QG16DE petrol, both from Nissan.
In 2006, the SM3 was launched as Nissan Almera Classic in Ukraine and Russia. The same year, the car was launched in Central and South America as Nissan Almera, (Except in Chile where it was sold as Samsung), replacing Sentra after this became a mid-size.
The SM3 was also sold as a Nissan Sunny in the Middle East and as the Renault Scala in Mexico,Egypt and Colombia.
In July 2009, it was renamed as SM3 CE (Classic Edition). The company announced production of the first generation SM3 would be continued while demand existed. The SM3 CE was discontinued in 2011 in Korea and was manufactured in Busan for the Russian market exclusively, under the Nissan brand. Production ended in 2013.
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