Renault launches mobile services
Riyadh, October 10, 2013
French automaker Renault has launched a mobile service van, specifically available to offer maintenance and services in Saudi Arabia.
The van is on the road bringing Renault qualified engineers and technicians to service customers’ fleet, said a statement.
The launch follows the purchase of a large number of its Duster SUV by security service companies in the kingdom, said a statement.
The large and sturdy 2014 Duster comes equipped with sturdy on-road and off-road precision, making it a suitable SUV for Saudi Arabian weather conditions. It is powered by 2.0 16V (135 hp) engine specifications for extra pick-up, it said.
It is equipped with driver and passenger side airbags and comes in PE 4X2, 4-speed automatic transmission and SE 4X4, 6-speed manual transmission. It can also be upgraded to an ABS system, 16-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, leather steering wheel, driver seat with height adjustability, and electric rear-view mirrors. - TradeArabia News Service
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