PARIS – Renault SA is attacking the high and low end of the entry-level market with its new Twingo. The car, which goes on sale June 15 in France, Italy and Slovenia (where it is built), will have a no-frills model for €7,990 ($10,775) and a diesel luxury version for €16,220 ($21,874). Each of those bookends is expected to account for 5% of Twingo sales, leaving 90% of buyers to choose something between €9,300 ($12,542) and €15,400 ($20,768). Renault announced prices after showing the ...
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