Friday September 25, 2020

Motoring: Renault steps up to the plate to combat Covid chaos

The French carmaker is first out of the blocks in Ireland, with a suite of post-lockdown offers and even an idea for the government

3rd May, 2020
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A Renault showroom: the carmaker has announced a raft of buying incentives for when business restrictions are lifted

It is expected that the motor industry in Ireland will be keen to clear existing stock once restrictions lift on business, which should mean plenty of tempting offers to those still in a position to buy a new car.

Renault Ireland is the first to show its hand, announcing a raft of buying incentives and aids in an online presentation made to the media earlier this week.

At the same time, the company made a...

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