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Three in a row from Renault at CCIA

For the first time, Renault’s latest three new models will be together in one line-up, including the most recent  arrival  Captur, offering a first drive opportunity in each at this year’s Company Car in Action.

Arriving in dealerships in July, Captur is Renault’s debut urban crossover, and CCIA provides the first chance to test drive it for the 1,000 company car decision-makers expected to attend. The Fleet News event will be held at Millbrook Proving Ground from 11-12 June.

The Captur, which Renault describes as having the driving position of an SUV, the cabin space of an MPV and the driving style of a hatchback, is based on the same platform as the new Clio, also available to drive at the event.

Captur’s petrol and diesel engines return best-in-class fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, starting from as low as 95g/km whilst New Clio delivers 83g/km CO2.

For many fleet operators, the 100% electric Renault Zoe’s appearance at CCIA also offers a first opportunity to drive.

On sale in the UK from June, Zoe brings down the price point for electric vehicles, costing just £13,995 (after Plug In Car Grant, battery rental from £70 per month for 7,500 miles per year over three years).

Meanwhile, first unveiled at Geneva earlier this year, new Scénic XMOD, part crossover and part MPV, also forms part of the Renault line-up.

Fleet operators can register to take part in the event at www.companycarinaction.com


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  • john pagan - 24/04/2013 17:30

    Dacia is a very exciting brand, its already been discussed by our accuasitions team. The currewnt waiting lists are the only downside.

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