Renault Zoe receives limited edition treatment. Renault has launched a limited edition of the Zoe EV hatch. While no longer on sale in Australia, 300 units will be produced in right-hand drive for other markets. The Riviera’s powertrain is identical to the standard Zoe’s, comprising a 99kW electric motor and
Will the next Nissan Navara be a Mitsubishi Triton or will the Triton be a Navara? The Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi Alliance has confirmed that many of its future models will essentially be rebadged versions of each other’s cars, utes and SUVs. It means models from the brands such as
2020 Renault Clio review with price, specs, performance, ride and handling, interior, ownership, and our independent expert verdict and score.
For the month of March only, Renault is offering its Renault Koleos with a seven-year warranty, adding an extra two years to its five-year warranty.
The Renault Captur range is now available with a 1.3-litre four-cylinder making 110kW and 250Nm of torque.
Dan DeGasperi wrestles with the Hyundai i30 N and Renault Megane RS280 to find out which one’s the hottest hatch.
Toby Hagon’s 2018 Renault Megane RS Review with Price, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Ownership, Safety, Verdict And Score.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi have tied their colours to the mast by announcing all cars from 2021 will have android operating systems as standard powering their infotainment.
The 2019 Renault Kadjur will go on-sale in Australia in the second-half of next year with Renault hoping to become a “strong player in the SUV space”.
The Megane RS 280 will arrive in Australia towards the end of this year priced from $45,000+ORC with a Cup Chassis Pack available in the last quarter.
The new Renault Megane Sedan and Wagon was launched recently in Australia and now Renault has announced driveway pricing.
The 2018 Megane Renault Sport will offer both four-wheel steering and two chassis tunes as makers move to make their vehicles more customisable by owners.
The all-new Renault Megane R.S. has been teased ahead of its public outing at this weekend’s Formula One Grand Prix at Monaco.
Renault has demonstrated wireless electric vehicle charging that allows a vehicle to be charged while driving on the road.
Renault is predicting far quicker yet far safer F1 cars to better motorsport entertainment.