Renault to launch new model in Moscow

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Renault will shortly be releasing a new model named ‘Symbol’ at the forthcoming Moscow Motor Show which opens on August 26.

The range of sprightly petrol and diesel engine is at the market’s leading edge when it comes to low fuel consumption, while the suspension and running gear have been engineered for comfort and efficiency.

Its length of 4.26 metres and height of 1.43 metres ensure nicely balanced proportions, while the design of the headlamps emphasizes the front end’s styling. The side view is that of a prestigious saloon, while the robust lines of the rear are also suggestive of status. The presence of chrome trimming for the grille and rear panel adds a further note of refined distinction. The newcomer’s seductive appeal and perceived quality are immediately apparent inside the cabin, too. New Renault Symbol also provides generous boot space which is as ideally suited to professional use as it is to a weekend in the country.

New Renault Symbol is powered by a range of latest-generation engines, all of which combine performance, low fuel consumption and respect for the environment. These powerplants — whether petrol or diesel — are the most fuel efficient of this three-box car’s category and make it truly economical to run. The front end’s distinctive looks point to the vehicle’s outstanding on-road performance and travelling comfort. New Renault Symbol benefits from the same suspension as Clio II which is acclaimed for the quality of the balance it strikes between comfort and roadholding and the quiet ride it delivers.

New Renault Symbol will be sold in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Turkey and the Maghreb countries. New Zealand is not expected to receive the new model.

The first public airing of the latest addition to the line-up outlined in the Renault Commitment 2009 plan will be the forthcoming Moscow Motor Show, which opens its doors on August 26.

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