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2010 Renault Laguna Coupe | new car review

The all-new Laguna Coupe packs the 3.5-litre V6 engine found in Nissan's 350Z and clever four-wheel steering for extra performance.…

2010 Renault Koleos | new car review

Based on the Nissan X-Trail, the Koleos is a four-wheel drive SUV from Renault with claims to decent off-road performance as well as practicality.…

2010 Renault Clio Renault Sport 200 | new car review

The Clio is a common sight as an everyday hatchback in Europe, but here in the Middle East it's only available in hardcore Renault Sport mode.…

2011 Renault Sandero | new car review

The Sandero is an entry-level, compact five-door hatchback from Renault, introduced to the region in 2010 and promising space for five at a bargain price.…

2011 Renault Logan | new car review

The Logan is a compact, entry-level sedan that offers transportation for five and is Renault's first 2011 model to launch. It's cheap, but short on features.…

2009 Renault Logan | new car review

The Renault Logan was initially designed as a car for the masses that would offer modern and reliable motoring at a very reasonable price in markets all over the world. As to be expected, it’s more than a little built-down to a price, but what you see is what you…

2009 Renault Safrane | new car review

The Renault Safrane is a very obvious choice for those that care more for value for money than they care for the brand name behind their new car. With the Renault Safrane you get some very impressive interior space and comfort, all wrapped-up in a car that really isn’t that…

2009 Renault Koleos | new car review

As you may or may not know, Renault and Nissan are partners and have been for around ten years. Consequently they share technology with each other. It’s surprising that, given the length of the partnership and Nissan’s long heritage of 4×4 vehicles, there hasn’t been a Renault 4×4 until now.…

2009 Renault Megane | new car review

Renault threw conventional automotive design to the wind when they penned their Megane model back in 2006. The hatchback version sports one of the oddest rumps that you will see anywhere on the road – it can only really be described as ‘jutting-out’ from behind the very flat rear glass;…

2009 Renault Symbol | new car review

Continuing with Renault’s rich history for designing and building compact little cars that deliver practicality at a knockdown price is the new Symbol, the sedan version of the Clio. Where the Clio was perhaps perceived as a little more cute and cuddly, the Symbol has come along and sharpened up…

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