Renault India launches updated Fluence priced at Rs 13.99 lakh

Mar 25 2014, 15:21 IST
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Carmaker Renault India launched an updated version of its premium sedan Fluence, priced at Rs 13.99 lakh. Carmaker Renault India launched an updated version of its premium sedan Fluence, priced at Rs 13.99 lakh.
SummaryRenault Fluence comes with various features including a 3D sound system with eight speakers.

Carmaker Renault India today launched an updated version of its premium sedan Fluence, priced at Rs 13.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

"The new Renault Fluence offers bold styling and onboard features that are in line with the needs and aspirations of Indian customers," Renault India Country CEO and Managing Director Sumit Sawhney said in a statement.

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With drivers increasingly looking for cars that project their personality and style, while at the same time, provide a comfortable and enjoyable ride, the new Renault Fluence is a perfect option, he added.

The car comes with various features including a 3D sound system with eight speakers, automatic headlamps and rain sensing wipers, the company said.

The new Fluence also comes with safety features like front and side airbags, anti-lock braking system (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution (EBD) and brake assist, it added.

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