Renault’s Iran Sales up 49%

By John Lee.

France’s Renault has reported that its vehicle sales in Iran rose 49.3 percent in 2017.

With sales of 162,079 units for the year, the company claims a market share of 10.8 percent (up 2.4 percentage points), on the back of the success of the Tondar and Sandero models.

The figures include sales of the Romanian-based Dacia brand, which is owned by Renault.

(Source: Renault)

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