Renault has a proud history dating back to the 1890s when Louis Renault built his first car. It is now allied with Japanese carmaker, Nissan. Renault's Australian range is made up of small, mid-sized and large hatches, wagons, sedans, and convertibles, compact and medium SUVs, sports enhanced models, and light commercials. The passenger cars are the small Clio, mid-sized Megane and luxurious Latitude; the SUVs are the Captur and Koleos. Renault also offers hot RS versions of the Clio and Megane, and a range of light commercials including the Kangoo, Trafic and Master vans and cab-chassis.
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