Renault car sales seen down 35 percent since May 1-radio


PARIS, May 27 (Reuters) - Car sales at French carmaker Renault are down 35 percent since May 1 and the situation is forcing car dealers to offer hefty discounts to customers on some models, French BFM radio reported on Friday. Renault could not be immediately reached for comment. Dealers are offering discounts as high as 45 percent on the Clio model, the radio said. (Reporting by Dominique Vidalon; Editing by Mike Nesbit)

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