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
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