Arabian Automobiles, the exclusive dealer for Renault in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has launched its Renault certified pre-owned programme.
The programme, which aims to improve its overall re-sale value in the market, involv
Arabian Automobiles, flagship company of AW Rostamani Group and the exclusive dealer for Renault in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has launched its Ramadan campaign.
The campaign offers a grand prize of Dh25,
French automaker Renault is looking for a financial partner to resume full operations in Iran and is in talks with the US and French governments on the issue, one of its senior executives said.
Renault is keen to resume Iranian ve
Renault, an international multi-brand automobile group, has entered 2014 confidently, pursuing its growth strategy with an eight per cent year-on-year increase in sales across the GCC.
Over the first three months in 2014, Renault
Renault awarded Arabian Automobiles Company (AAC), its exclusive dealer in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, as the “Dealer of the Year 2013” in a recent ceremony held in Paris.
Jérôme Stoll, chief performa
Renault Saudi Arabia has launched the 2015 year model Renault Duster SE, one of its worldwide best-selling models which offers the latest in terms of appearance, performance, comfort, safety and entertainment.
Duster has received
The new Renault 2014 Safrane has arrived in Saudi Arabia and offers affordable luxury, says a statement.
The Safrane, whose original model was launched in 1992, is hitting the market in its second generation with an upgrade that has a d
Renault is set to lauch its electric vehicle Twizy for the Middle East market at the Qatar Motorshow which begins tomorrow (February 21) in Doha.
The vehicle will be available for pre-booking in the region, starting with Qatar and
Gulf Advantage Automobiles (GAA), the exclusive distributor of Renault in Saudi Arabia, has announced a 17 per cent increase in sales for Renault, keeping the French automaker in its leading position.
Renault also maintained its g
Renault has resumed shipments to Iran and expects its car production in the country to pick up progressively throughout the first half of 2014, the French automaker said.
A temporary easing of sanctions has begun to allow a "