Renault to launch Modus 'super mini' next week


PARIS, Aug 30 (Reuters) - France's Renault will launch the Modus, a roomier and more expensive version of its Clio small car, next week, the auto maker said on Monday. The mini multi-purpose vehicle, which is about the same size as the Clio but taller, will hit showrooms in France on Sept. 6 and in other major European countries in September and October. The car, priced from 12,650 to 17,800 euros ($15,280-21,500) depending on accessories and type of engine, will command a roughly 1,000 ...

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