Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Renault may not launch its cars in India by 2010

Major world car player Renault has said that it may not launch its cars in India by 2010. The company was very eager to launch its cars in India that has an expanding and very attractive car market.

Its Logan is a sure winner in India. Mahindra Renault have already launched’LOGAN’ -a true world car which has already sold more than 6 lacs units in more than 26 countries across the globe.

The car Logan has earned its reputation in the Indian market for its robustness, reliability, space, comfort & most importantly the famous Renault world series engine which has already broken many mileage records in the country. It comes with three engine variants – 1.4 and 1.6 litre petrol and a 1.5 litre diesel. Besides, Logan is one of the safest cars in the country with Euro NCAP 3 star rating for safety. Renault’s engineering and Mahindra’s dealer-network ensure fantastic product quality & after-sales-services for Logan

The car is rated as India’s first wide body car and with a larger wheel base it provides ample legroom both in the front and rear. It incorporates Renault’s space optimization design to come up with the latest in car ergonomics – the wide body. Its unique advantages include maximum headroom, the biggest boot and the widest backseat with three individual headrests. With rich beige interiors, the car has extra luxury featuring a superb blend of space and comfort. The driver-side air bags, electronic anti-theft device, music system with CD are the other attractive features.

But the company has shelved its plan to enter Indian market directly. The company, which had last year announced a Rs 4,500- crore investment over a period of seven years to produce 400,000 cars annually in an alliance with its Japanese group company Nissan, has now stopped hiring for production activities and is awaiting for market conditions to improve.

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