Renault India complete over 3000 deliveries during the Dhanteras and Diwali celebrations
Renault claimed on Monday that it delivered over 3,000 vehicles in India over the Dhanteras and Diwali festivals. Despite the persistent worldwide scarcity of semiconductors, Renault India was able to accomplish record deliveries because of its solid product-offensive strategy.
Venkatram Mamillapalle, Country CEO and Managing Director, Renault India Operations said "With the start of the festive season we are witnessing positive customer sentiment. It is very motivating to see an overwhelming response to our products, especially the AMT and the CVT variants that are becoming a popular choice across segments. Owing to this strong demand there is now four to six months waiting period on certain variants. Together with the metro cities, Renault also has a robust strategy to enhance its presence in rural markets, which offers significant growth potential. We expect to continue the momentum in the remaining year as well and look forward to welcoming more customers into the Renault family."
Renault Kiger is the most recent in a long series of groundbreaking innovations that Renault has introduced in India. Renault Kiger is a brand-new tiny SUV that was designed and built for India before making its worldwide debut. Kiger, which is powered by Renault's world-class turbocharged 1.0L petrol engine is said to not only provide greater performance but also has the best in class fuel efficiency of 20.5 kmpl.
Renault is holding a series of events in India to commemorate its 10-year anniversary. Renault Kiger's new RXT (O) version and Renault Kwid's MY21 were just recently introduced as well in an attempt to innovate and disrupt the Indian car market with feature-rich, Made-in-India products
Renault is aiming to expand its network across the country, not just in urban areas, but also in rural areas. Currently, Renault has over 500 sales and 530 service touchpoints around the country, including over 250 Workshop On Wheels sites.
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