France's Bouygues Construction company recently issued an invitation to tender for the renewal of its fleet of 11,000 passenger cars, which it has awarded to Renault. The proposal covers the full spectrum of company car grades, according to Renault.
“Renault is proud to be able to support Bouygues Construction in its decision to drive only French cars over the next three years. With our range of passenger cars, currently undergoing a complete renewal, we aim to bring the employees of Bouygues Construction the best of the French automotive industry. Our attractive vehicles feature a highly competitive price/equipment ratio and meet world-class environmental standards,” said Benoît Alleaume, director of Special Sales at Renault’s Sales and Marketing department in France.
With the Twingo, Clio, Captur, Espace, and ZOE, Renault said it has a highly attractive range of passenger vehicles. The renewal of the Renault range is set to continue with the roll-out this month of Kadjar, a mid-range crossover, followed by the successor to Laguna this autumn and the New Mégane in early 2016. The Renault range thereby covers the full spectrum of company car grades at Bouygues Construction, from city cars to large saloons, via crossovers.
All these vehicles were designed in France and most are manufactured in Renault’s French plants. The brand’s ability to build cars that ally respect for the environment with outstanding fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions was another major criterion in Bouygues Construction’s decision to choose Renault, according to the automaker.