Tag Archives: Renault

What to expect at Delhi Auto Expo – Renault

Renault may not have had the best of the year with an haywire pricing strategy and limited dealerships. However, the company wants to show its commitments to the Indian market at the 2012 Auto Expo. The company plans to showcase the much anticipated Renault

Renault’s Swift beater is codenamed B58

The Telegraph has reported that Renault's forthcoming hatchback for the B and B+ segment in India is codenamed B58. We have gone through details of the B+ hatchback on previous occasions. Here's a round up of what we know about this elusive city car -1)

Spied Again – Renault Fluence testing in Chennai

IAB reader Bairesh Raj passed on these spyshots of the Renault Fluence testing on the GST road near Chennai. The launch will unfold in the next few months during which we expect Renault to announce a 1.5-liter diesel (think Nissan Micra) and a 2.0-liter

Is Renault Duster the wrong SUV for India?

Earlier, we brought you a scoop about a mysterious SUV spotted on the GST road which leads to Renault-Nissan JV plant at Oragadam. We predicted that Renault is testing the Duster in India. Now, Overdrive magazine confirms that the Duster will make it

Renault India to re-look Mahindra JV

The shake-up could lead to good or bad news. The decision is just weeks away The Indian wing of French carmaker Renault will restructure the JV it signed four years ago with Mahindra. The first and only offering of this partnership, the Renault Logan,

Would Renault learn from its mistakes this time?

The deteriorating sales of Logan hasn't deterred Renault's aggressive plans of producing cars at its Chennai plant by 2011. According to Mr Marc Nassif, Country General Manager, Renault India, Renault globally has small cars, sedans and sport-utility

Renault might bring Sandero hatchback to India in 2010

The French carmaker, Renault in collaboration with Indian UV maker Mahindra is planning to launch the Sandero hatchback in the Indian market by the year 2010. The plan will help both companies to make use of the full capacity at the Nashik plant, as Logan