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Renault India Discontinues Four Models Due to Low Sales

October 13, 2017

The Renault Koleos, one of four models being discontinued by the French auto manufacturer. Photo via Wikimeida Commons/Navigator84
The Renault Koleos, one of four models being discontinued by the French auto manufacturer. Photo via Wikimeida Commons/Navigator84

Renault India will no longer be manufacturing its Scala and Pulse models due to poor sales, CarAndBike reported.

The Pulse, which was launched in January 2012, has not sold a single unit since June, with only 1,759 units being sold from June 2016 to May of this year, according to Autocar India.

Similarly, Renault hasn't sold a single unit of its Scala model since March. From March 2016 to February of this year, only 325 units were sold, down from 775 units during the same period the year before.

CarAndBike reported that the French auto manufacturer is also discontinuing its Koleos and Fluence models.

Now, Renault India only has three vehicles in its lineup, the Kwid, Duster, and Lodgy. The group plans on releasing the Captur later this month.

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