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Renault chills out with Iceland fleet deal

RENAULT has been chosen to supply more than half of Iceland Frozen Foods' management fleet. Iceland, which had a single badge agreement with Vauxhall until this month, is taking on 150 Meganes and Lagunas as part of its 272-strong fleet.

The move follows the recent announcement that Lagunas now come with both air-conditioning and an electric sunroof as standard, which Renault believes will add to its popularity with fleet drivers and buyers. The Renaults are being purchased outright and around 20 have so far been delivered.

Vauxhall's fleet field manager Jonathan Akeroyd said the company would still be supplying vehicles including Vectras and Omegas to Iceland and that a new deal was currently being worked on.

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