PARIS – Renault SA believes the European minivan market has reached a plateau. Although the Scenic range makes up 10% of the auto maker’s sales, it no longer is considered the source of future growth, spokesman Christophe Deville says. Instead, the third-generation Scenics, now being introduced to European markets, are intended to retain the auto maker’s share of the segment. The new Renault Scenic family is conservative in appearance, keeping the basic shape of the Scenic launched ...
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