The Renault 21 is a large family car produced by French automaker Renault between 1986 and 1994. It was also sold in North America initially through American Motors dealers as the Renault Medallion and later through Jeep-Eagle dealers the Eagle Medallion. A total of 2,096,000 units were produced.
The Renault 21 sedan was launched in early 1986 as the successor to the successful Renault 18, and this was followed a few months later by the seven-seater station wagon, the R21 Nevada, marketed as the Savanna in the United Kingdom.
The Renault Medallion (also known as the Eagle Medallion) was a rebadged and mildly re-engineered North American version of the French Renault 21 marketed by Eagle. The mid-size cars were imported from France and built on the same platform as the Renault 21. Concurrently with the North American introduction of the Medallion, Renault sold its American business to Chrysler.
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