International Women’s Day: Renault India Announces Special Discounts For Women Customers

Renault India will provide complimentary vehicle check-up, car pick-up & drop facility, besides the privilege offers, to its women customers to mark this year's International Women's Day.

Renault India is celebrating this year's International Women's Day with privileged offers and special discounts for its women customers across its dealerships from 6-11 March. These include 10% discount on parts & accessories, 10% discount on labour & value-added services (VAS), 10% discount on Renault Secure (extended warranty) and RSA, special offer on Renault Assured insurance renewal and assured gifts to women customers.

Additionally, Renault India will also provide complimentary vehicle check-up, car pick-up & drop facility and educate them on vehicle maintenance and necessary checks. Furthermore, Renault is organising some few activities at its dealerships marking Women's Day which is observed on 8th March every year.

Renault has undertaken many first-of-its-kind after-sales initiatives for its customers. These include - Renault Secure, Renault Assured, Renault Assist, Workshop on Wheels (WoW), Passion on Wheels (PoW), new MY Renault app and regular customer service camps.

Renault India also introduced a Category First Warranty - 4 years or up to 100,000 KM (whichever is earlier) along with roadside assistance on Renault Kwid. This includes a standard warranty of 2 year/50,000 Km and an extended warranty of 2 year/50,000 Km.

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Renault India has a lot in store for the year 2019 with three new car launches lined up, including Kwid and Duster facelift models. Besides these two, Renault will be launching an all-new product in the MPV segment, codenamed the RBC. Renault has been working on a new MPV for quite some time now and it has also been spotted testing in India. Internally called Renault RBC, the sub-four-metre MPV is based on Renault's CMF-A platform.

In August last year, Renault announced that it will launch a new model in India as part of its portfolio development plan for the country. The French manufacturer also asserted that it would focus on the Indian domestic market and has no plans to increase exports anytime soon.

Source : Financial Express

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