Renault has revised its portfolio in India to discontinue two of its poor-selling cars – the Renault Pulse and Renault Scala, says a report from
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Renault India has discontinued the Renault Scala and Renault Pulse according to a report by Autosite India. Although both models are still listed on Renault’s
With sales numbers dipping and hitting record lows, models across the market are beginning to be discontinued. Renault and Toyota, CarWale reports, have
Update – Renault India has issued a statement on the matter today – “The production numbers do not reflect our product strategy. Renault
Takata was the supplier for the faulty component. According to a report from the Economic Times, Renault India will recall its Pulse hatchback and Scala
Renault India plans to increase its sales two-fold, and targets a 5 percent market share within 3 years. For a company whose sole volume selling product is the Duster, that could prove to be difficult in a market like India where 50 percent of new car
Part of Renault India’s year-end stock clearance sale. Renault has announced an interesting offer to boost sales of its slow selling Pulse and Scala.
Renault India have reintroduced the Renault Scala Travelogue edition at a starting price of INR 8.48 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi, RXL petrol variant). The
At the Auto Expo 2014, Renault India showed off the Renault Duster Adventure Edition and a design showpiece of the Renault Scala sedan, with their mechanical
The Renault Scala, the rebadged sibling of the Nissan Sunny, gets an entry level diesel RxE variant in a bid to make its diesel range more accessible.
When the news came in that Nissan has issued a voluntary recall for the Sunny and the Micra over a fault in the brake system at low speed conditions, we
Update - Renault have shared a few images of the inclusions which we've inserted at the end of the story.
Renault India has launched the Scala AT with the X-tronic CVT transmission in two variants starting at Rs. 8.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Renault India is introducing an automatic transmission for the Scala. We spent a day driving the car nearly 350km from Mumbai to Kashid and back. What do we think about the Scala AT?