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Why Servicing Your Renault At A Renault-Approved Service Center Is A Top Choice To Make

Car owners usually think a lot when they have to take their car to a service centre for any general service/maintenance or major/minor repair jobs. Don’t we? We all know the reason. The trustworthiness of the staff, quality of the service and legitimacy in pricing are the things that put us in the dilemma about where to go for our Renault service.
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Authorised Renault service centres understand these challenges and offer you complete peace of mind with reliable services. Being an ethical Renault servicing centre they have a qualified team of technicians/mechanics that offer you the most trusted servicing and repair jobs.
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You know the lifetime of a vehicle based on two main factors that are regular service and maintenance.
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When you want to keep your Renault in tip-top condition, first of all, you should follow the instructions given in the owner’s manual. Sometimes you may have to bring your vehicle before the timeline given by the owner’s manual due to some unpredictable situations like collisions or mishaps. In such situations, every car owner gets worried about how are they going to fix it or get the required job done perfectly. Keep calm and leave your vehicle in the hands of certified technicians and retain your peace of mind.
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In addition to the quality service and repair jobs offered by a responsive and dedicated team of professionals, they also perform a thorough quality control check on your car before delivery.
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Additionally, the list of services offered for your tyres includes:
  • A systematic check of the wear of your tyres
  • Changing and switching your tyres
  • Wheel alignment and geometry adjustment
  • Balancing of the wheels
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Now it’s time to make an ideal decision about where to get your car service done. After reading this article, you probably want to give a Renault service centre, don’t you?
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Renault Koleos Review Results: An Attractive Package


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The Koleos badge is one you might not see too often, but the SUV nameplate made a comeback in South Africa - affixed to the boot lid of a vehicle that appears to have more ingredients for success in the competitive SUV middle ground, where Rav4, Tiguan and Tucson rule the roost.
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For starters, the Renault Koleos for sale is a far more attractive vehicle than its croissant-mimicking predecessor, featuring clean, taut lines that are likely to appeal to buyers in this segment.
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Measuring 4,673mm, the Koleos is the longest vehicle in the Rav4 class, and it shows in its ultra-generous interior space and competitive boot space. Despite this, it is priced at the lower end of the segment, ranging from R499 900 for the 2.5 Expression CVT to R549 900 for the 2.5 Dynamique CVT and R599 900 for the 2.5 Dynamique CVT with all-wheel-drive.
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The latter was the version IOL Motoring spent a week with, but said they would agree that the front-wheel-driven Dynamique offered the best value in the range - unless, of course, you intend on doing some medium-level off-roading, in which case the Nissan sourced all-wheel drive system will do the trick for you. This AWD system offers multiple modes, these being 2WD for efficient open-road cruising, 4WD Auto that varies the front-to-rear power split based on the impending conditions, and 4WD Lock mode, which allows a 50:50 split for rougher terrain encountered below 40km/h. This vehicle’s ground clearance is also close to best in class, at 110mm.
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There’s only one engine and gearbox combination available in the Koleos variants available and this comes in the form of Nissan’s proven, 2.5-litre normally aspirated engine, mated to an X-Tronic continuously variable transmission.
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The engine produces 126kW and 233Nm, which is competitive at the base end of the segment, and the performance it delivers is adequate performance.
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The gearbox is not as bad as you might expect as, unlike older-generation CVTs, this one has built-in steps (seven in this case) that make it behave and feel more like an automatic.
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As is the case with many European vehicles, the suspension set-up in the Koleos is not really suited to South African roads, as it feels too firm for a vehicle of this nature, which is really more about hauling families in comfort than carving through corners. The road holding is neat enough though.
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The interior, as mentioned, is quite family-friendly - it’s comfortable and spacious (as well as safe thanks to its five-star EuroNCAP rating), while equipment levels are generous.
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To that effect, all models come with dual-zone climate control as well as cruise control, auto headlights and windscreen wipers, rear parking sensors and a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality.
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The Dynamique adds leather seats with electric adjustment, blindspot detection, front and side parking sensors, reverse camera, keyless start and a larger tablet-style touch-screen that now incorporates the climate control functions. This however detracts rather than adds to the user-friendliness of the system as simple functions now need to be controlled via the screen. Renault did at least include a ‘swipe up’ shortcut to climate functions on the screen, but it’s still nowhere near as convenient as good old-fashioned rotary dials.
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The interior design and materials are of good quality and the atmosphere is lifted by a mood lighting system that offers a multitude of hues, from blue to violet and red, even yellow.
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VERDICT

Renault’s Koleos has evolved into a far more attractive package that in both size and spec terms offers a lot of vehicle for the money, regardless of which version you choose.
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Find a pre-owned Koleos model to get the fantastic SUV at a bargain price.
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Review compiled by https://www.iol.co.za/motoring/

A Renault Icon Is Brought Back From The Dead At The Paris Motor Show

For a world premiere, Renault unveiled a new iteration of one of its most iconic models - the Renault 4On 17th October, for the 89th Paris Motor Show, Renault unveiled a brand-new show car that is a modern tribute to the iconic Renault 4.
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Thirty years after production ended, Renault seized the moment at the 2022 Mondial de l’Auto in Paris to unveil its new take on the internationally renowned and recognised Renault 4.
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The team of designers working under Gilles Vidal, Renault's Design Vice President, has given a modern twist to an iconic previous-generation Renault model that left its mark on the 1960s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. The show car will also resonate with younger generations celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 4L Trophy humanitarian rally.

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Also read: Renault used cars that offer great value for money. .
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New Renault Clio Is In SA - What Does It Have To Offer?


The new Renault Clio was launched in South Africa February 2022 and while the fifth-generation model doesn’t look radically different on the outside, it is totally new beneath the skin as it now sits on the updated CMF-B platform.
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The fifth-generation Renault Clio comes in three flavours with the Life trim grade kicking things, the mid-range Zen and the flagship Intens.
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All models are powered by the new-generation 1.0-litre direct injection turbopetrol engine, which produces 74kW and 160Nm. Curiously though, at a time when many motorists are going the auto route, the only gearbox option at launch is a five-speed manual unit.
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In terms of standard spec, the entry-level Life model ships with 16-inch steel wheels with Flex caps designed to look like alloys, as well as LED headlights and taillights. Cabin features include cruise control, electric mirrors, front electric windows, multi-function steering wheel and a Easy Link 7.0-inch infotainment system with six speaker and Android Auto / Apple CarPlay connectivity. Safety kit comes in the form of four airbags, Emergency Brake Assist and ESC stability control.
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Over and above all that, the Zen model grade adds satnav, height-adjustable driver’s seat, Comfort seats with reinforced side support, synthetic stitched leather steering wheel trim as well as black and anthracite 3D Mountain upholstery.
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The Intens adds 16-inch alloy wheels, exterior chrome pack, Black Mosiac interior decor, ambient interior lighting, electric handbrake, rear electric windows, wireless phone charging, high-beam assist, Lane Departure Warning and a centre console with storage and armrest.
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Find a little extra change for the Option Pack and you also get an upgraded 9.3-inch infotainment system, front and rear parking sensors, reverse camera and 17-inch Viva Stella diamond cut alloy wheels.
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All models are sold with a five-year/150 000km mechanical warranty and two-year/30 000km service plan.
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Article shared by https://www.iol.co.za/motoring/

5 Best Reasons To Buy A Renault Kiger

Watch the below video for OVERDRIVE’S take on why you should highly consider the Renault Kiger as your next car.
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For more reasons to consider the Kiger SUV as your next family car - check out the full Kiger range, model prices and specs and book your test drive!

Reviewing The Used Renault Clio

The fourth-generation Renault Clio is a compact five-door hatchback built on the same platform as the smaller Renault Zoe. It was replaced by the current fifth-generation Clio in 2019.
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Rivalling other mainstream superminis like the Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa and Volkswagen Polo, the fourth-generation Renault Clio for sale was available as a petrol, diesel or hybrid model (abroad), with both manual and automatic gearboxes available.
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This iteration of the Clio has a more spacious cabin than its predecessor thanks to its longer wheelbase. The hatchback was given a mild mid-life facelift in the middle of 2016, consisting of exterior styling tweaks, new interior trim details and functions, infotainment updates and the addition of LED headlights.
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There is a performance-tuned version called the Renault Clio R.S., but we will be making a separate page for that model, coming soon. The Renault Clio was also sold as an estate elsewhere in Europe, but this version was not sold in the UK.
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Throughout its lifespan, the fourth-generation Clio received average to very good reviews scores from the British media – affordable, well-equipped and comfortable, Parkers concluded that the Clio didn’t have "any particular weaknesses" when it was on sale. However, now off sale, many reviewers comment that the Clio’s interior is now looking dated.
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Carwow explains that "newer models have simpler designs, bigger screens and better infotainment systems", while Carbuyer says that the Clio’s cheap interior plastics mean that the car’s interior build quality is somewhat inferior to the likes of the Volkswagen Polo.
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What Car? adds that the Skoda Fabia has more interior space than the Clio, and that the Ford Fiesta offers the best performance and handling in the Supermini class. That said, most reviewers agree that the Clio is a stylish hatchback and a good value-for-money package – a great all-rounder that proved to be a capable alternative to the supermini class leaders during its tenure.
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Now no longer on sale as a new car, the fourth-generation Renault Clio holds an Expert Rating of 63% (based on 42 reviews published by UK media sources).
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What Is A Used Renault Megane Hatchback Like?


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The Renault Megane for sale has been around since 1995 when it replaced the Renault 19 and went on to spawn several different body styles, including the taller Scenic, longer Estate, sportier Coupe and, er, breezier Cabriolet.

In this used car review of the Renault Megane - the focus will be on the five-door hatchback version of the third-generation Megane, which was first launched in 2008.

As with previous Meganes, this version obtained a full five-star rating in Euro NCAP’s industry standard crash tests at launch, although this was subsequently reduced to four stars when retested in 2014 under tougher conditions.

Renault also took the unusual step of prioritising a big boot over space for rear-seat passengers, so there’s appreciably more room for luggage or baby buggies than you get in a Ford Focus or a Volkswagen Golf of the same vintage. However, if you want to carry a tall rear passenger or perhaps a rear-facing child seat on an Isofix base in the back seats you wouldn’t want the person in the front to be too tall, and even then, headroom is a little tight.

Interior quality is a mixed bag, with the main dashboard feeling quite plush while some of the other panels and control are a little flimsy. Renault’s music system is also fiddly to use, and programming the optional TomTom sourced sat-nav can be tricky because its controls are located by the handbrake.

As for the driving experience, the Megane does a solid enough job of being composed and comfortable without ever threatening to offer much in the way of fun. The range of petrol engines earlier in the Megane’s life included a 1.6-litre with 73 kW or 80.5 kW, a 1.4-litre turbo with 95 kW, or a 2.0-litre turbo with 132.7 kW. A smooth and punchy 85.7 kW1.2-litre TCe turbo was added to the range in 2012.

On the diesel front, buyers of early cars can choose between 1.5- and 1.9-litre engines with power outputs ranging from 62.6 kW to 95 kW. These were later joined by a 1.5-litre dCi with 80.5 kW or the 1.6-litre dCi with 95 kW.

In 2014, the Megane received a more modern grille design in line with Renault’s other cars. Shortly after this GT models were re-launched with more powerful 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engines, uprated suspension and sportier looks..
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Choosing The Best Value For Your Money Used Renault Clio

Getting the best value for your money – buying a used Renault Clio

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The AutoTrader team put together this great article that compares used Renault Clio models. We hope this helps you decide which older-generation Clio suits your budget used car needs best.
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This article compares the various Renault Clio 4 models available on the used market to see which trim level offers the best value for money.
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The fourth-generation Renault Clio has been in circulation since 2013 and presents what seems like good value for money on the pre-owned market. The Clio 4 is due for replacement in the near future, but that doesn't mean that you have to splash out on a new one in order to get a good buy.
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The entire Clio range was awarded a then 5-star Euro NCAP award for safety and all models are fitted with ABS, Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), ESP, Hill Start, Cruise Control, Driver, Passenger and side airbags, electric front windows, Bluetooth connectivity, USB and Aux input as well as LED Daytime Running lights.
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Take a look at the various models that were offered in the Clio 4 range and see which models offer the best current value for money. It's important to note that some models listed here were limited edition models or models that were dropped from the lineup during the life cycle.
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Renault Clio 55kW Authentique

The 55kW Authentique is powered by a 55kW (74hp) 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine that returns fuel consumption figures of a claimed 5.5l/100km. It was only sold for a short while before being discontinued in favour of the 66kW engine unit.
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Renault Clio 66kW Turbo Authentique

When the 55kW engine was dropped in favour of the 0.9-litre turbocharged 66kW (88hp) engine, returning a claimed 4.5l/100km. The Authentique model received some small upgrades including the Renault R&GO audio system with a smartphone cradle.
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Renault Clio 66kW Turbo Expression

Expression models employ the same engine and drivetrain as the Authentique models with a claimed fuel consumption figure of 4.5l/100km. These models see the addition of the Renault Media Nav system with integrated satellite navigation, a leather-bound steering wheel, standard air conditioning, and 16-inch alloy wheels.
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Renault Clio 66kW Turbo Blaze

The limited-run Blaze version uses the same 0.9-litre engine but includes an overboost function that bumps power to 70kW and 150Nm torque (up from 135Nm) momentarily. It has the same trim level as the Expression model with the exception of the 15-inch steel wheels with trim covers.
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Renault Clio 66kW Turbo Dynamique

On the higher end of the spectrum, the Dynamique model variants include all of the aforementioned technology and convenience but adds in the Pure Vision LED headlights and LED taillight elements (from 2016), Auto lights, Auto wipers, electric rear windows, 17-inch alloy wheels and gloss black and chrome trimmings.
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Renault Clio 88kW Turbo GT-Line

As one would expect from a model carrying the GT logo, the Clio GT-Line adds some more power into the mix. The 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged engine in the GT-Line yields 88kW and 205Nm while returning consumption figures of 5.3l/100km.
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17-inch alloys wheels, redesigned front and rear bumpers, R.S. Steering and an R.S. gear knob along with GT trimmings sets the GT-Line apart from the rest. The GT-Line is also fitted with sport seats.
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Renault Clio 88kW Turbo Expression EDC (Auto)

The Clio Expression EDC is a sweet spot in the range and combines the best of both worlds. It's fitted with the more powerful 1.2-litre engine as found in the GT-Line but has the same, easy-going trimmings of the Expression model, doing away with the raciness that one finds in the GT-Line. Its crowning glory is the dual-clutch automatic gearbox that helps the Clio return fuel consumption figures of 5.2l/100km.
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Renault Clio R.S. Lux

Performance enthusiasts will gravitate towards the R.S. models . These models are fitted with high-performance 1.6-litre turbocharged, 4-cylinder engines. In the Lux model, this engine produces 147kW (200hp) and is coupled to a 6-speed EDC automatic gearbox, sending power to a set of 17-inch wheels through an R.S. differential.
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The R.S. models have R.S. specific bodywork including a front and rear bumper, side skirts and a rear diffuser with twin-exit exhaust pipes. The interior is awash with R.S. items including sport seats, steering wheel, gear knob, pedals the R.S. Monitor system.
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Renault Clio R.S. Trophy

The R.S. Trophy steps things up a notch from the Lux model by featuring a Trophy chassis that is more tightly sprung, 18-inch alloy wheels, heated seats, and an Akrapovic exhaust system. These models produce 162kW (220hp) and still manage to return fuel consumption figures of 5.9l/100km.
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Renault Clio R.S.18 F1

The last hurrah of the fourth generation Clio is the R.S.18 F1 . Built to honour the Renault Formula 1 team, the R.S.18 F1 is a limited edition offering based on the R.S. Trophy and powered by the same 162kW, 1.6-litre turbocharged engine.
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The R.S.18 F1 is distinguishable by its black paint with yellow detailing, blacked out badges and specific plaques and emblems. It also features launch control for improved sprints from 0 to 100km/h.
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The Experts’ Pick:

If performance is your bag, then the Lux version of the Clio R.S. is a good place to look. The high spec level combined with the auto gearbox makes it easy to live with while offering exciting driving at the same time.
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Should you not wish to go for the R.S. version, the 66kW Dynamique model offers a fabulous blend of comfort, convenience and fuel-efficient motoring, all at a price that won't cripple the bank.
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Source: https://www.autotrader.co.za/cars/

What’s Coming In 2022 From Renault South Africa As Told By MD

Renault South Africa's managing director, Jaco Oosthuizen, spoke to the Wheels24 team about all things Renault SA, the automotive industry in today’s times and what consumers can look forward to in 2022.
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Here is a Wheels24 exclusive interview with Renault South Africa managing director Jaco Oosthuizen.
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1. Would you mind sharing insights on Renault's recent business operations from a global and local perspective and how 2021 has treated the local market in terms of new car sales?
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"2021 saw the implementation of the global repositioning of the Renault brand with the launch of the 'Renaulution' introduced by the Renault Groupe Global CEO Luca de Meo late in 2020, centred on building brand value over time and driving the company to be a technology-forward organisation.
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"Our new corporate identity and the brand shift has brought a fresh look and feel to the Renault brand, in a bid to create a more iconic brand. 2021 presented several challenges further to the pandemic, such as the semiconductor shortages and supply chain challenges. Despite the issues faced, we forecast the overall local passenger and light commercial vehicle market to end between 435 000 to 445 000 units this year. A strong recovery from 2020, exceeding most initial forecasts.
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"At Renault SA, we are targeting a market share of 5 per cent up 0.4 per cent from 2020 but still 0.3 per cent down from 2019, our best year ever. The launch of the all-new Renault Kiger in September has served to reinvigorate sales, enabling record sales months over both September and October. We were limited to retailing five models only for the first eight months of 2021, with one in the run-out phase. The biggest challenge for us was to ensure dealer viability and to keep customers loyal to the brand. Our marketing and sales teams did a great job, and we managed to sell 1400 units per month up until August."
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2. You've introduced some exciting new models during the lockdown, such as the Kiger; however, many of your new models were delayed. Can you tell us why?
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"Renault SA should have launched both the new Clio and Captur models towards the end of 2020. Initially, the delay was due to a pricing issue because of the unfavourable exchange rate, followed by the global semiconductor shortages.
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"But I am happy to announce that we will launch the new Clio V in February 2022, followed shortly by Captur in May 2022. New Trafic models will join the local line-up later on in 2022, and there are some model enhancements in the planning phase for both the Kwid and Triber models."
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3. Renault has been teasing South Africans with the idea of a pick-up (bakkie) for some years. Is this going to happen in 2022?
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"Accurate prediction of the arrival of Oroch has proved challenging. Since joining the brand in 2017, our forecast has always been "next year", but in all honestly, Oroch is manufactured as a left-hand drive vehicle in Brazil and will have to be converted to a right-hand drive vehicle and homologated for the SA market."
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4. As RS Performance cars are now part of Renault's Alpine division, is it true that we won't be able to buy the next-generation Clio RS?
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"The Clio RS F1 limited edition that we launched in 2019 was the last of the Clio RS models. Fortunately for our RS customers, there are plans in play to source Megane RS within our market. Timing for this yet to be confirmed."
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5. Megane has moved into the all-electric space, and Renault is no newcomer in this electric car race. Can we expect a more significant push into hybrids and EVs with the new Megane in 2022?
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"Yes, but not yet in 2022. As you know, Renault has been number one in Europe for electric vehicle (EV) sales throughout 2021. Globally, the brand has a strong EV line-up, ready for import if we can achieve the correct value proposition for both our clients and dealer network."
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6. What are some of the critical areas you plan to address in the Renault SA businessin the coming year?
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"We have developed an established and strong dealer network, with continued expansion planned to increase our footprint, coupled with a strong focus on customer retention and growth.
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"We will continue to focus on nurturing our relationships with our current corporate fleet clients to retain the existing contracts that we hold and ensure that these are extended into new replacement cycles.
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"Furthermore, we will be focusing on expanding our business with the government. We have worked hard on improving our after-sales proposition to our clients over the last five years, and this will remain a strong business priority as we advance. The success of our ongoing efforts is evident in the "Inaugural AA Spare Parts Pricing Guide" released in September and the last Kinsey report. 'Fixing cars the first time' when things go wrong is a critical strategic drive. We still have our brand challenges but have made great strides in countering these."
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7. Finally, what's been your greatest challenge and opportunity as the managing director at Renault SA in 2021 and what have you learned from this experience to make you a more robust business responder?
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"As I'm sure is the case with all managing directors, managing a brand through the three Covid-19 waves to date has been the most formidable challenge of my entire career, especially with the onset of the 1st wave, with no previous experience or understanding on how to manage an ongoing business within pandemic times.
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"Maintaining positive staff morale has remained my top priority, and as much as we have strived to keep all staff healthy and safe, we, unfortunately, lost two Renault DealerNetwork staff to Covid-19, with 12 staff in total have lost their lives to Covid-19 within our independent and multi-franchise network. It's been a challenging time, and we learn new things every day. I'm looking forward to 2022 and the challenges and opportunities it brings."
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Renault’s Duster SUV Offers Charm And Value

Practical, capable and oozing with a no-nonsense appeal, the Renault Duster 4x4 is a great option in the over-populated and over-specced SUV market.
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The charm of this SUV lies in its no-nonsense appeal and off-road capability. And while its original boxy shape was criticised when it debuted, there have been impressive developments in both exterior and interior design since 2013.
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The all-new Renault Duster comes with a choice between petrol and diesel and three engine options – the 1.6L 16V and two versions of the 1.5 dCi turbo engine – available in 4×2 and 4×4.
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I recently got to test drive the latest 4×4 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel manual Duster SUV (there’s no auto in the 4×4), producing 80kW of power and 260Nm of torque. (The 4×2 derivative sits at 66kW and 210 Nm.)
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There’s nothing overly fancy or confusing when it comes to the Duster’s drive and tech. In many ways, it reminds me of an old Landie or Pajero, which do what they do without any pretensions. There aren’t 150 gazillion options to confuse you when it comes to setting up your drive. The seats aren’t heated and there are no shiatsu lumbar massage options. There’s no gesture control or call-on-demand courier services. It doesn’t take you 25 minutes to set up a phone from layers of different touch screens. However, that’s not to say this SUV doesn’t have what you need. There’s SatNav, phone mirroring and it’s Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible.
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Driving the Duster is a straightforward affair. You get in. You adjust your seat, check your mirrors, pair your phone, pull on your safety belt and drive. And with the Renault Duster price ranging between R327,900 and R374,800, it’s one of the best value propositions around.
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The engine is responsive and torquey and on highways and open roads pretty good on the overtake once you get into the swing of gear changes. I did a few hours of not too hectic off-roading and got to play with the hill descent control function, which kicks in when you take your foot off the brake so that the vehicle can descend a steep decline in a slow and controlled fashion. Along with the usual safety and driver tech like EBD, ABS and blind-spot monitoring, there are a few handy new off-road features, like a 4×4 monitor and a multi-view camera that allows you to keep track of challenging terrain.
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Via a drive-mode selector, one can choose between front-wheel drive, four-wheel drive and off-road drive modes. It’s 210mm of ground clearance is class-leading and useful when scaling city kerbs. The approach angle of 30 degrees and departure angle of 34 degrees gear the Duster up for some tough all-terrain driving. Boot space is plentiful and with rear seats folded down, there’s a whopping 1,623 litres available. Fuel efficiency is seriously good at a claimed 4.8 l/100km – I got about 5.8.
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The Duster, with its practical hard plastics and not overly premium surfaces and finishes, is not trying to be some plush diva. Rather, it’s an SUV that can be driven and used: dogs, kids, gardening equipment… and no one’s going to have a cadenza if there are a few scratches and scuffs left behind.
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So, you’re probably not going to turn heads when you park, you aren’t going to get massaged in your heated seats or be the first out of the stalls when traffic lights change, but if reliability, capability and good value for money are what you’re after, the Duster is a seriously impressive proposition.
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New Duster 1.5 dCi Dynamique 4×4 R361,900
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Standard five-year/150,000km mechanical warranty and six-year anti-corrosion warranty. Services at 15,000km intervals, with a standard three-year/45,000km service plan.
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