The Renault Alliance is a subcompact automobile manufactured and marketed in North America by American Motors Corporation (A.M.C.) for model years 1983–1987. It was available in two- and four-door sedan configurations, with a convertible added in 1985. The Alliance was also the basis of the three or five-door hatchback Renault Encore that was added in 1984. A.M.C. also marketed a sports version called Renault GTA for 1987. A total of approximately 623,575 vehicles were manufactured in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Production was discontinued after the acquisition of A.M.C. by Chrysler in 1987.
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