Renault say they have done their best to fix the engine problems that blighted last weekend's Chinese Grand Prix but offered no guarantee on Thursday that Sunday's race in Bahrain would be trouble free.
"In the short
Renault, a leading multinational vehicle manufacturer, has entered the ‘B segment’ car category with the launch of the new Renault Symbol, a status-enhancing yet affordable family sedan.
The new vehicle’s modern
Renault has unveiled its 2017 plan and ambitions for expansion in the Middle East region.
It also showcased the various new models that will be made available in the region soon, with 11 new vehicles to be launched in the next thr
French automaker has recorded a 44 per cent increase in sales in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Levant last year, compared to the previous year.
It has also exceeded overall market performance which is approximately ei
Arabian Automobiles, the exclusive dealer of Renault in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has announced an offer providing savings of up to Dh20,000 ($5,445) on selected models this holiday season.
The campaign boasts full vehicle
Renault Middle East has announced record sales growth of 33 per cent versus 9 per cent market growth in the region over the first nine months of 2014.
In the UAE, Renault’s sales jumped by 34 per cent in Abu Dhabi and 38 per
Renault Trucks, a French commercial truck manufacturer, has introduced two new truck ranges – the C and K ranges – to the Middle East.
The launch, which took place in Doha, Qatar, shows a significant commitment to the region
Renault has introduced two new ranges of trucks in the Middle East, which aim to take driver comfort, reliability, fuel efficiency and durability to new levels.
The C and K range trucks were unveiled in Doha, Qatar at the largest
Arabian Automobiles, the exclusive dealer of Renault in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has announced its third quarter results indicating a 35 per cent growth when compared to the same period last year.
The company has attribute
Renault, a French multinational vehicle manufacturer, has announced the launch of its Captur car in the GCC region.
The Captur has been Renault’s flagship car since the brand changed its design approach in 2013.