Renault’s Top-Selling Vehicles in 2016

Renault had a bumper sales year in 2016 both internationally and abroad, with 3 of our vehicle models making both international and local waves thanks to their massive sales numbers. These three stalwarts of the recent automotive sales industry have helped set Renault apart from our competitors thanks to their style, build quality, reliability and driver appeal. These amazing vehicles have helped to change the driving landscape and we’re proud to present them to you.

The Renault Sandero Stepway

2016 Renault Sandero in South Africa

The Renault Sandero

One of Renault’s top international sellers and South Africa’s top selling Renault of 2016. The ever popular Renault Sandero Stepway made it to the top 10 sellers list in South Africa with a total of 5861 units sold during the 12 months of 2016.

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The Renault Clio

2016 Renault Clio in South Africa

The Renault Clio

Stylish, sexy, sporty and one hell of a fun ride, the 2016 Renault Clio is everything you could ever want in a vehicle thanks to a sporty driving attitude and exceptionally safe family appeal. This is the car that Renault built its modern appeal on, so it is no wonder that it the reinvigorated 2016 version of this iconic car was such a hit with the vehicle purchasing public.

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The Renault Captur

2016 Renault Captur in South Africa

The Renault Captur

The new kid on the block that helped to make next generation Crossover vehicles affordable, the 2016 Renault Captur changed the way that the South African public saw the Renault brand thanks to its eye catchingly sexy good looks. This vehicle captured the heart of the international motoring fraternity, and helped to firmly entrench the Renault brand in the lives of many a motoring South African.

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Want to know more about these top selling Renault cars? Then please go to our New Renault Vehicles page to find the vehicle you are looking for!

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