French automaker Renault has recently reported record results in the first half of 2017, helping the Renault-Nissan alliance overtake rivals Volkswagen and Toyota to become the world's largest carmaker. Renault-Nissan reportedly sold 5,268,079 cars globally, mainly due to the addition of Mitsubishi Motors to the alliance. Volkswagen, which was the world’s biggest automaker in 2016 despite its diesel scandal, sold 5,155,600 during the period.
By Varun Vasudevan | Jul 30, 2017 10:29 AM #Renault #Nissan
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