Renault

2009 Renault Clio 197 |new car review

The Renault Clio was and still is a sales smash in Europe; in all its guises, from lukewarm hatch to red-hot hatch it offers drivers value for money motoring or extreme performance, depending on the model purchased and the depth of the purchaser’s pockets. But, with whatever Clio was eventually…

2008 Renault Megane | new car review

Renault has been around for about as long as the car itself (1898), though in the Middle East at least, they’re not overly well represented on the roads. It is quite an interesting comparison when you consider that Renault is one of the largest selling car brands in Europe. Available…

2008 Renault Clio | new car review

The Renault Clio III has received many an accolade in world markets including scooping the European Car of the Year award in 2006. It is a good small hatch with high levels of safety but that has not really helped it to gain a foothold in the demanding Middle East…

2009 Renault clio | new car review

Bigger and roomier, Clio III is a small car with big car refinements. This entry level car places the accent on driving pleasure thanks to its dynamic handling and high level of comfort, as well as offering a further illustration of Renault’s expertise in the realm of safety. Clio III’s…

2009 Renault laguna | new car review

The new Laguna confirms its advances in safety in the D segment in Europe. All of the model’s active and passive safety features have been improved; it is equipped with the third-generation Renault System for Restraint and Protection and a more efficient braking system. Featuring all-new styling, illustrated by its…

2009 Renault megane | new car review

The heart of Renault’s range is offered in a variety of models, from 3- and 5-door hatchbacks, a sedan and the elegant CC variant. It covers all bases in the Middle East while offering a package that ranges from the economical to the sublimely engineered. The Mégane II sedan combines…

2009 Renault vel satis | new car review

Bored of the usual default choices? Don’t want to drive an identikit 5-Series/E-Class/A6? Renault thinks there’s a niche for a completely unique, individual-looking alternative – although as a whole, the number of total sales of cars this size is declining each year. It’s these non-conformists Renault is after, and the…

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