Renault Triber Fills A 7-seat Gap In The Market

Posted by on 20 Jan 2020 under New Car Launches, News, Renault Triber

Renault Triber

Renault’s New 7-Seater Triber

There is a gap in the South African Renault lineup. It sits just above the super affordable and very popular Kwid, a slightly bigger, more versatile model. Full of features, but still very affordable. Enough power, but light on fuel. Enter the brand new Renault Triber.


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French Flair In Alleviating Impaired Mobility

Posted by on 13 Jan 2020 under Blog, News, Renault

Nino Robotic Wheelchairs

Renault Partners with Nino Robotics

Nino Robotics is a French company that develops and manufactures mobility devices for people with disabilities or impaired mobility. Think wheelchairs, but on the next level.

If there is one thing that attracts Renault, it is innovation in transport. The company’s Social and Sustainable Impact Department has therefore signed a partnership agreement with Nino Robotics. They will provide financial and technical support to further improve Nino’s current products and develop new ones, and to take production to an industrial scale.


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Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance To Secure The Future

Posted by on 06 Jan 2020 under Blog, News, Renault, Renault Duster

Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Logo

Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Future Plans

The Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance have formed a new company to meet future mobility need, mend relationships after Ghosn shock.


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The Kwid Climber: 5 Reasons to Book That Test Drive

Posted by on 03 Jan 2020 under New Car Launches, Renault Kwid

2020 Renault Kwid

2020 Renault Kwid

The Renault Kwid Climber has a lot in common with a braaibroodjie – it’s tasty-looking, affordable and (most importantly) everybody loves it. Even people who say they don’t, kinda do. All kidding aside, the Kwid Climber has been making major inroads in the entry-level segment since it’s South African release in the first quarter of 2018, and it’s easy to see why.


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Renault Kwid – The Best-seller Just Got Better

Posted by on 30 Dec 2019 under New Car Launches, Renault Kwid

Renault’s New Kwid

Renault’s New Kwid

The bestselling Renault just got a whole lot better. The revamped Renault Kwid has just landed on our shores and it is a significant step up from the first one.


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Renault’s Architectural Icon Of The ‘80s

Posted by on 12 Dec 2019 under Renault

Renault’s Architectural Icon Of The ‘80s

Renault’s Architectural Icon Of The ‘80s

In 1982 the Falklands War happened, the movie E.T. made ugly cute, and Time magazine’s person of the year the personal computer. The PC was the cornerstone of much of what we have today, but High-tech Architecture was already well established and in 1982 its high priest had just completed one of the most remarkable buildings in this style.

The building for Renault was not only remarkable because of what it looked like, but also where it was and what it was. It was in unfashionable Swindon and it was an automotive distribution centre.


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New Renault Captur Redefines Elegant Grit

Posted by on 08 Dec 2019 under Blog, New Car Launches, Renault Captur

Renault Captur

Renault’s 2019 Captur

Renault Captur fans have been biting at the bit for the 2019 model to hit showroom floors and they certainly weren’t disappointed when it did. The Captur has always been a staunch favourite with the local compact SUV crowd (in fact, over 1.2 million units have been sold globally since its launch back in 2013!) and the elegant updates that had been made to the existing design have only served to cement its popularity even further.


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Renault Bakkie Could Be Based On The Mitsubishi Triton

Posted by on 01 Dec 2019 under New Car Launches, Renault Alaskan

Renault Alaskan

Renault’s New Triton-based Bakkie

Since Australia has rejected the Renault Alaskan, reports from Down Under suggest that a new Renault bakkie might be on the cards. In a statement from Renault Australia’s managing director, Anouk Poelmann said that the company is “not walking away” from the bakkie segment but that they were looking at “other opportunities”.


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New SA-Bound Renault Captur Ups The Ante

Posted by on 24 Nov 2019 under New Car Launches, Renault Captur

2020 Renault Captur

Renault’s Captur for 2020

Since the Renault Captur was first introduced in 2013, the brand has come a long way to where it is today. In fact, it is one of their most important cars as they sell more than the Renault Clio and the Renault Megane. They’ve invested a lot of time and money in the second-generation Renault Captur and it has certainly paid off.


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A Renault Bakkie for Australia May Echo in South Africa

Posted by on 17 Nov 2019 under News, Renault Alaskan

Renault Alaskan

Renault’s Alaskan

A Renault bakkie for South Africa? In a roundabout way perhaps. Here is the story.

A bakkie is called a Ute in Australia, short for utility vehicle. Utes are big down under, with their miles and miles of nothing much there. Renault already has a bakkie called the Alaskan. This is based on the Nissan Navara, like the Merc X-Class bakkie.


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