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Renault's new pickup aims to dominate South America before making inroads into the European market, but is the Alaskan different enough from the Nissan Navara?
Renault’s new crossover sees the Koleos name return, attached to an SUV of a quite different stripe
Can the latest Scenic live up to its sharp and glossy new look?
The striking new Scenic's ride, style and effortless drive all offer serious appeal, but choosing the right engine is paramount
New platform, fresh looks and a better cabin raise its game. Is it now a front runner?
Renault's Qashqai-based crossover aims to do the same job as its sibling but for less money. So we find out if the Kadjar represents good value
Can an even sharper focus enhance an already great hot hatch?
Will Renault storm the market with its rear-engined city car?
A multi-talented contender that can stand comparison with the best
The Renault Captur, the sister car to the Nissan Juke, offers an appealing ownership package especially after its mid-life facelift, but it isn't the last word in driving engagement
Can the Renault Mégane 265 uphold the Renaultsport reputation?
New Renaultsport hot hatch has sophistication, but can it excite?
The Renault Twizy is surprisingly good fun with an endearing character, even though it has obvious flaws
The Renault Grand Scenic isn't interesting to drive, but it is pleasurable to sit in and live with
Bespoke battery-powered supermini aims to advance the EV’s case
The Renault Clio Renaultsport is a fine car, even if competence replaces the usual impishness of a hot Clio
The Renault Twingo is fun, versatile and only slightly flawed. It’s a great effort
Well priced and equipped, the Renault Scenic is still a class act.
The Renault Megane looks bland, and it's not that good to drive either
Renaultsport-fettled Twingo represents the return of the old-school hot hatch. Hello old friend, we've missed you...
The Renault Fluenze ZE is a C-segment saloon and is a solid way to kick off Renault's electric vehicle product offensive
It's only a concept, but there are facets of the Renault Frendzy that would be strong selling points on a production car
As a seven-seater the Grand Espace no longer does anything that rivals can’t equal or improve upon
A sporty little two-seat coupe with a capacious boot and a removable roof
The Vauxhall Viva Rocks will sit at the top of the city car range