Renault to develop Indian distribution network
The carmaker said that it will develop an extensive nationwide distribution network in the next 30 months, focused on 'seamless service'.
Marc Nassif, country general manager and MD of Renault India, said: 'Our experience at the New Delhi AutoExpo has been extremely positive and the feedback we got from the thousands of visitors to our pavilion shows that there is a good market for cars from the Renault range. We have carried out extensive customer surveys and have identified the right cars from our global range for introduction in the Indian market. Renault cars have always been applauded for their design, styling, drive comfort and fuel efficiency, and we are absolutely confident that our proposed range will meet the expectations of the Indian customer.'
Renault said that it is planning to launch the Fluence and the Koleos in 2011, with both models to be produced at the Alliance greenfield manufacturing facility in Chennai. The full range will cover small to luxury models, comprising a mix of Renault models. It added that some will use platforms shared with its Alliance partner, Nissan.