STOCKHOLM – Renault SA's second-generation Scenic arrives on the market at the same time as the Volkswagen Touran and Ford Focus C-Maxx, but Renault is convinced it can hold onto the top spot in the compact minivan segment. All-new Scenic replaces original trendsetter. "We plan on selling 2 million units" over the life of the car, the same as the first generation, says a Renault spokesman here. In 2002, the Scenic led the segment with 25.9% market share, ahead of the Opel Zafira ...
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