Thursday, 8 December 2011

Renault's Grand Scenic MPV for the Indian market : The Booming MPV market for India

India's Multi Purpose Vehicle market has now become all the more interesting. Though, every segment has been growing and with new launches across the segments, the whole market seems to be interesting but there's something which makes us stick to our saying since last six months that "MPV market in India : The Next Boom"

With a line of launches in MPV segment almost from every car maker for the Indian market has made it worth watching a first day first show at the upcoming Auto Expo 2012. By now, we assume that all our readers would have all the launches on their tips in this segment as we have been keeping on reminding them through the latest news that we get from the car maker for the Indian market. However, i would again request all our readers to add few more names in their list, one of those which is confirmed is Renault Grand Scenic.

This MPV has done wonders across the globe and will be showcased the next from French car maker for the Indian car market. Though, the company has its mouth shut on the confirmation of its launch in India, but some of officials in the company say the car will be exposed to the Indians just to get their feedback and their response if the car comes to India. They say till now there is no plan to launch the car in India, but if the company gets a descent response they may launch it in India.

The MPV is present outside India in two variants - Scenic and Grand Scenic. The Scenic is a five seater, similar to the upcoming Ford Fiesta SUV and Grand Scenic is a seven Seater model from the French car maker. The Scénic III was released in July 2009, while the 7 seater 'Grand' version (New Grand Scénic) was released in May 2009. Like the previous Scénic, there is also a seven-seater Compact MPV Grand Scénic.

Extreme: ABS & ESP for safety, Air conditioning, 4 x 15W RDS radio CD MP3 with fingertip remote control, Tunepoint to connect your MP3 player
Expression: 'Child minder' mirror, Automatic parking brake, Front fog lamps, TFT dashboard screen (Thin Film Technology), Rear electric windows
I-Music Special Edition: 17" 'Sari' alloy wheels, Parking proximity sensors - rear, Multi-functional Tunepoint, Arkamys 4 x 30W RDS radio CD with Bluetooth, Brushed aluminium effect door mirrors
Dynamic TOMTOM: Carminat TomTom integrated satellite navigation with joystick, Leather steering wheel, Hands Free Renault card, Automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, Multifunctional tunepoint and Bluetooth
Privilege TOMTOM: Part leather upholstery with a choice of two colours, Electrochrome rear view mirror, Rear parking sensors, Carminat TomTom integrated satellite navigation with joystick, Sliding centre storage unit .

Even if the French car maker does not has any plans to bring this one to the Indian market, we must say and convince them that the car will do wonders for them in terms of volume and might even replace the existing market leader in this segment, Toyota Innova. Go for it Renault !!!


i am owning three cars and all of them are from renault. m w8ing for it desperately. Go on renault. This will change your fortunes in india.

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