AUTOSHOW-Renault eyes revenge with quirky new product range


By Tom Pfeiffer PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Renault SA hopes to revive flagging fortunes with the batch of new cars it will display at the Paris motor show this week, but the jury is still out over whether the quirky vehicles will catch on with consumers. It has been a painful few years for Renault as domestic competitor PSA Peugeot Citroen spewed out a succession of hit designs that gnawed away at its market share just as its own more limited offering started to show its age. Now ...

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