Africa’s time to shine is rapidly moving to realisation. I hear the thud of Afro sceptics falling off their chairs, but think about it. Groupe Renault did think about it and it is investing heavily in the continent, specifically in smart cities. Why would they do this?
Covid and its social and economic effects are still with us, and there are direct links between Covid and the state of our planet. Climate change, pollution and the depletion of our natural resources are still a threat. A circular economy addresses all three of these concerns.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has outlined a new framework aimed at further reinforcing its business model to help strengthen its management structure. Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi emphasised that the Alliance is essential for strategic growth and to enhance the competitive nature for each company.
The Alliance Operating Board (AOB) met in Yokohama, Japan, to make the new framework official. It will enhance the ability of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to capitalise on each company’s individual strengths and complement their strategies.
One of the first things people ask when buying a new car is whether it comes with a warranty. The good news is that the Renault Warranty is one of our hallmarks which we stand by. As one of the leading car brands in South Africa, we believe in our product and have tailored a warranty that proves our unwavering faith in our workmanship.
If you care more about comfort than speed and handling, get a full-featured car. If you want the hottest hot hatch on the planet, live with less-is-more. The newly-released Renault Megane RS Trophy-R has just been released and it is scorching tracks around the world.
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.
The Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance have formed a new company to meet future mobility need, mend relationships after Ghosn shock.
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.
As far as SUVs go, there are many good options and, now, the new generation Renault Koleos is among them. The new generation Renault SUV came to South Africa in February 2019 and according to Renault: “It has been well received by virtue of its extremely competitive pricing for a high-end SUV, loaded with technologically advanced features”.
Put the larger split rear seat flat and you can load a double bass flat in the back of a Renault Duster. Put the bass on its side and you can fit in a string quartet, including the cello. This was not possible in the old shape X-Trail, then considered the king of cargo.
If the reader suspects the writer has first-hand knowledge of the Renault Duster, this is true.