July 14, 2016 : Renault has revealed the next-generation Fluence, also known as Mégane Sedan, globally. However, the manufacturer has ditched the Fluence nameplate and is calling the new cars 'Mégane Grand Coupé'. This has been done in an effort to distance itself from the Fluence nameplate, which hasn’t been very popular among buyers. The French manufacturer is also taking measures to renew its entire product line-up Read More Read Less
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The Renault Fluence is a sedan that offers quality fit and finish along with a lot of equipment and safety features. With the refresh, it looks far more contemporary.
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Renault has done a nip and tuck job on the Fluence in wake of fresher competition. Does that make it a better car to buy?
The French have landed on Indian shores, and without anybody else's assistance, as before. We take a look at their latest offering, the Renault Fluence, and find out whether it really is the French revolution we've been waiting for, or just another European sedan that can be ignored?
Renault plans to ditch the Fluence nameplate globally and the same could happen in India if the car is launched here
Renault Fluence receives updated front end styling, a new audio system in this mid-cycle refresh
New Fluence gets redesigned front-end; on display at Renault dealerships and can be booked for Rs 50,000
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