Wagons have long been the saving grace for families and car owners with pets or cargo to transport. While some carmakers prefer to call them ‘Touring’ or ‘Estate’ or ‘Station Wagons’, at Renault we favour the term ‘Wagon’. Highly popular before the introduction of SUVs, the family-friendly wagon still appeals to drivers who like and appreciate its stylish functionality. Renault Domaine is an Estate variant of a Renault Frégate introduced in 1956. The Frégate was available in two trim levels, as the "Frégate Affaires" and the "Frégate Amiral". The "Frégate Amiral" was little changed from the previous year's Frégate, although the interior was slightly reworked and it did feature twin fog lights at the front whereas the previous year's model came with just a single fog light.
In 1957 a three-speed 'Transfluide' semi-automatic transmission, incorporating a fluid coupling, became an option along with a slightly more powerful version of the 2141 cc engine producing 80 bhp (60 kW; 81 PS) due to a compression ratio increase from 7.0:1 to 7,5:1. The 1958 models saw another modified front grille. The prominent wide chrome oval and horizontal bars were removed to leave only the row of thin bars over which, since 1955, they had been placed.
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