Here are the new models we can expect from Renault in 2022 and 2023

Renault has grown from strength to strength in local market since they started importing and selling vehicles from as early as the 1950’s. Fast forward to 2022 and the French brand has carved out its own slice of the pie, while also building a reputation as a production solid OEM for the masses.

Renault, just like many other automakers across the world, was affected by the operational challenges (semiconductor shortages and supply chain backlogs) brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, things are basically back to normal again. With that being said, Renault South Africa managed to brave the storm and slightly increase their market share gain in 2021.

The brand has also benefitted from a long-standing alliance with Nissan and Mitsubishi since 1999, while also becoming the longest-running transnational partnership between major carmakers in the automotive industry.

Short history of Renault in South Africa

1996 – Signing of an import contract with Imperial Car Imports (ICI).
1998 – Opening of the Renault Representation Office.
2001 – Renault first automobile importer in South Africa.
2002 – Creation of the Renault South Africa joint venture company, following the acquisition by Renault of 51% of the ICI subsidiary.

Following the launch of the all-new Renault Kiger in September last year, Renault has also added the Clio V to the local lineup – but that’s not all. This will be followed by a new Captur model to be launched in May 2022, as well as some model enhancements for the current Kwid and Triber models.

They are also one of many brands in SA that no longer have a sedan in their lineup, and for good reason, with the popularity of SUVs and (small) passenger vehicles the main reason for this.

Here is a complete list of the new and improved models set to be launched in 2022 and 2023.

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