Renault will set up its own dealerships in the country before bidding adieu to their 4 year alliance with Mahindra. The number of cities that Renault will open its own dealerships is still under review as Mahindra dealers have also indicated their willingness to open separate dealerships. Mahindra-Renault have 100 dealerships, which sell the Logan. … Read More
Renault is a French car manufacturer that was found in 1899. Renault has a controlling stake in Nissan and the Renault-Nissan alliance together is the fourth largest automotive group in the world. Renault is present in India since 2005, when the French carmaker had a joint venture with Mahindra and manufactured Renault Logan until 2011. Renault commenced individual sales in India in 2011 with the introduction of Renault Fluence and Koleos. Renault also offers re-badged Nissan products in India like the Renault Pulse and Scala. After the introduction of the Renault Duster SUV, Renault climbed up the sales chart. Currently Renault offers five cars in India.
Renault was there to prove a point at the 10th Auto Expo. They wanted to showcase to Indians that they can build better looking cars than the ugly Logan. With the theme “Drive the change,’ the French automaker had the Renault Formula 1 car present along with the Megane, Megane Trophy, Laguna, Logan, Fluence and … Read More
Renault will launch two models in India in 2011 that will be rolled out from the company’s upcoming Chennai plant. The company also plans to resume its investment plans for India that was stopped due to the global economic slowdown. Renault will be launching the Fluence and Koleos crossover in the second half of 2011, … Read More
Struggling big time in India with the terrible line up of cars, Renault has said it will offer a wider portfolio of vehicles to its Indian customers, even thought the French automaker is constantly confused about its partners. Firstly Renault, its not Mahindra’s fault if you offer totally bland cars to us. We really hope … Read More
Renault and Mahindra, which jointly manufacture the sedan Logan in India, will expand their product portfolio to better utilise the capacity at their Nashik plant in Maharashtra. This comes as a U-turn for both car makers who had in the past ruled out expanding the product line-up in the joint venture in the short term. … Read More
Renault has put on hold its plans to introduce cars in the Indian market from the upcoming Chennai plant on account of global slowdown, which has affected the firm’s worldwide operations. Renault had already stopped hiring for production activities in its upcoming Chennai facility, is waiting for market conditions to improve.
French auto major Renault has temporarily put on hold its plans to launch cars in India by 2010 in the wake of the global slowdown as the company has decided to hold back on investments on assembly line at its Chennai plant. The company, which had last year announced a Rs. 4,500 crore investment over … Read More