PARIS – Thanks to its Entry lineup of vehicles built on the Logan platform, Renault will have some positive momentum when it unveils its 6-year strategy tomorrow. The Entry range, sold under the Dacia brand in Europe and North Africa and the Renault badge elsewhere, accounted for 26% of the Renault Group’s volume last year. The Entry range also will be the source of more growth starting in 2012 when a new factory in Morocco begins production of two new variants: a people mover and ...
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