Arabian Auto launches new Renault sedan
Dubai, April 13, 2010
Arabian Automobiles, the official importer for Renault in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, has launched the new ‘low-priced’ and high specification 2011 Renault Logan sedan.
The new Logan is the first of an impressive product offensive which over the next few months will boldly underline the commitment of Arabian Automobiles and Renault to the local market.
“We’re very confident about introducing the Renault Logan to our Dubai and Northern Emirates customer base as we believe this car represents everything the budget-conscious consumer is looking for in the current economic climate,” said Michel Ayat, chief executive officer of Arabian Automobiles.
“It has an excess of features at a value-oriented price point, while retaining the superb levels of quality the Renault badge has come to represent over the years. Logan is also backed by a highly affordable basket of replacement parts which further underline the superb value for money proposition and ensure a low cost of ownership,” he added.
The new Logan is offer in the local Dubai market with a four-cylinder 1.6-litre 16-valve gasoline engine. It develops 105 bhp at 5750 rpm and 148 Nm of torque at 3750 rpm. An electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission is mated to the engine as standard.
The Logan sedan accelerates from rest to 100 km/hr in 11.9 seconds and on to a top speed of 185 km/hr. In terms of fuel efficiency, the Logan records European combined-cycle fuel consumption of just 8.3 litres/100 km.
Arabian Automobiles is also launching the car with flexible finance terms. On a monthly salary of between Dh3000 ($816) and Dh5000 ($1361) a customer can enjoy a 0 per cent down payment and 4.75 per cent interest rate along with repayment terms of up to 72 months meaning the Logan sedan can be had for just Dh799 per month. – TradeArabia News Service
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