More about Renault
Renault is a French multinational automobile manufacturer established in 1899 and ranked the ninth biggest carmaker in the world. They build mini-cars, Sports cars, trucks, military vehicles, SUVs and electric cars. Renault has an alliance with both Nissan and Mitsubishi. In 2017 it became the biggest seller of light vehicles in the world. Along with other subsidiaries Renault is best known for its role in motorsport, rallying, Formula 1, Formula E and the influence they had on the history of computer graphics.
How much is a Renault in South Africa?
You can find Renault cars for sale in South Africa in several trim levels. The prices for a used Renault car all depend on the year of manufacture, mileage, service history and vehicle specifications. A pre-owned Renault car can retail between R45,000 and R700,000.
Is a Renault a reliable car?
Despite their high standards of quality, Renault does not rank high on the scale of reliability. Not to say your car will have a sudden breakdown and leave you stranded on the side of the road. But there is a wrong perception that you cannot depend on Renault. Yet they are a popular used car in South Africa! Renault uses their own Formula 1 technology in their cars but not to make them go fast but to make them last longer.
What makes Renault worth the money?
This can depend on which Renault model you can afford. Renaults have great build quality and onboard technology but what makes Renault stand out is how they focus on safety and driver usability. Get value-for-money and buy a second-hand Renault. Even on a tight budget, you can buy a car that has ABS, cruise control, a media infotainment touchscreen and automatic climate control. If well maintained, Renault cars can be durable in general and can be driven up to 500 000km. Renault mass produce a lot of small to large commercial vehicles which are in demand on the second-hand car market because of their low prices and strong powertrains.
Is a Renault expensive to service and maintain?
Out of all the volume car brands Renault maintenance costs are among the cheapest in South Africa. There are mechanics around the country that specialise in services on French cars that are both reasonable and negotiable. Renault builds engines and gearboxes to be as maintenance-free as possible. There are no known problems specific to Renault in South Africa and there is a large dealership network to help out with the most technical of issues. A dealership does not guarantee the absolute reliability of a second-hand car you buy from them and advise customers to buy an extended warranty and service plan.
Where can I find a Renault for sale?
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