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Renault set to reduce prices in January

Following the recent simplification of its car range, Renault has announced key model pricing with effect from 4th January 2011, including the new 20% VAT rate. The welcome news for both employers and business drivers, is that many of the best-sellers will be the same price, or in many cases, substantially less than today, by up to £2,000. As a result, the revised P11D prices will benefit employers through lower National Insurance contribution costs, while business drivers can enjoy reduced Benefit-In-Kind taxation. 

The table below outlines some of the key alterations for January 2011 best-sellers:

October 2010 MRRP
January 2011 MRRP
Clio Expression 1.2 16V 75
Grand Modus Dynamique 1.2 TCe 100
Mégane Coupé Dynamique TomTom 1.4 Tce 130
Mégane Hatch Dynamique TomTom 1.4 TCe 130
Mégane Coupé-Cabriolet GT Line TomTom 2.0 dCi 160
Mégane Sport Tourer Dynamique TomTom 1.4 TCe 130
Grand Scénic Expression 1.6 VVT 110
Laguna Hatch Dynamique TomTom 2.0 dCi 150
Laguna Coupé GT Line TomTom dCi 180*
Grand Espace Dynamique TomTom 2.0 dCi 150

Commenting on its car range price reductions for 2011, Darren Payne, Renault UK’s director of fleet and LCV operations, said, "With the raft of enhancements we’ve made to our business customer services through the Renault Business Promise, our simplified car product range, the new more efficient and economical engines we are introducing and now our new lower list prices, we’re showing the fleet sector how 100% committed we are to driving down running costs.”

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