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2016 Renault Sandero R.S 2.0 front quarter unveiled press image

2016 Renault Sandero R.S. to cost BRL 58,880 – Report

First RenaultSport model introduced in Brazil. The Renault Sandero R.S is expected to launch in the Brazilian market in the first half of September, following its unveil in June in Argentina. According to Autos segredos, the first RenaultSport model for

2016 Renault Sandero R.S 2.0 front three quarter unveiled press image

Renault Sandero R.S 2.0 unveiled – IAB Report [Video]

First RenaultSport model built outside Europe. After much teasing and unofficial renderings, Renault has finally revealed their first ever RenaultSport hatchback developed and manufactured exclusively for the South American market in Argentina today.

2015 Renault Sandero RS front three quarter unofficial rendering

2015 Renault Sandero RS – Rendering

To be unveiled at the 2015 Buenos Aires Motor Salon. This year Renault will be introducing the first ever RenaultSport model in Brazil and Russia; markets where models from the French manufacturer’s Skunkworks division are not sold, but has good

Renault Sandero Stepway at Moscow Motor Show 2014

Moscow Live – Renault Sandero, Stepway faux crossover

The new Renault Sandero has been launched today at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show (Moscow International Auto Salon 2014) for the Russian market in three variants. To be produced at AVTOVAZ’s second plant in Togliatti where the second gen Logan is made,

2014 Renault Sandero front three quarters

Renault-badged new Sandero shows up for the first time

The new generation Dacia Logan and the Sandero were unveiled last year. We always knew that the duo will eventually don the Renault Lozenge in some of the markets like their first generation relatives and here they are! The Renault branded Logan and the

100,000th Dacia/Renault Sandero leaves home in Romania

The Dacia/Renualt Sandero, if reports can be trusted, will be manufactured in India next year at the Nashik facility with a 1.2-liter petrol engine. It won't be a new beginning for Renault as 100,000 of them have been dispatched from production houses