Renault India, nurse one of the fastest growing automotive companies in India, registered a growth of 160% with monthly domestic sales of 10,292 units in December 2015 as against 3,956 units in the corresponding month last year. In the calendar year 2015, Renault India sold 53,847 units compared to 44,849 units in the preceding year, registering a cumulative growth of 20.1%.
With substantial efforts and developments on product, network and customer engagement, Renault India has entered a new phase of growth in India, and is gearing up towards making its products and services more accessible to customers across the country. Renault India has substantially increased its sales and service network reach in India, from 14 sales and service facilities in mid-2011 to 200 currently, and will reach 240 facilities by end of next year, which includes expanding its presence in existing and new markets in urban, semi-urban and rural India.
ABOUT RENAULT: Renault India Pvt. Ltd. is a fully owned subsidiary of Renault S.A.S. France and currently offers seven models in the Indian market – the premium sedan Fluence, the luxury SUV Koleos, the premium compact car Pulse, the segment-breaker SUV Duster, the premium sedan Scala, the revolutionary MPV Lodgy and the recently-launched global compact hatchback, Renault KWID.
Renault India cars are manufactured in the manufacturing facility located in Oragadam, Chennai, with a capacity of 480,000 units per annum. Currently, Renault India also has a widespread presence of more than 200 sales and service facilities across the country with benchmark sales and service quality.
Renault India’s product line up and services have also seen strong recognition among customers and industry experts alike, winning more than 40 titles, including 31 accolades for Duster as well as awards for Pulse and Scala, making Renault India one of the most awarded automotive brands in a single year in India. The recently-launched Renault KWID has also bagged several awards.
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