MUMBAI – Renault is reentering the Indian market, ending a 2-year absence with the launch this week of its new Fluence premium luxury sedan. The French auto maker is reversing the typical pricing model with the Fluence, offering the diesel version at a lower base price than the gasoline-powered car. At the entry end is the Rs1.29 million ($28,900) diesel version, which features a 1.5L 105-hp 4-cyl. developing 177 lb.-ft. (240 Nm) of torque and rated at 51 mpg (4.6 L/100 km). The ...
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