Renault launches 14-day service camp

    Renault’s ‘Welcome Back’ service camp will take place from July 13 to 26; customers can avail discounts on parts and labour

    Published On Jul 14, 2020 06:00:00 AM


    Renault launches 14-day service camp

    A Renault service centre (file image).

    • Customers can avail discounts of up to 50 percent on Renault accessories
    • Benefits of up to 50 percent on value added services can also be availed
    • 10 percent discount on extended warranty packages are also available

    Renault has announced the launch of its ‘Welcome Back’ aftersales service camp. Held from July 13 to 26, customers can avail discounts on parts, labour and genuine accessories at all Renault service centres.

    What benefits can you avail at the Renault Welcome back service camp?

    Customers can avail discounts of up to 50 percent on accessories, along with a 10 percent and a 15 percent discount on parts and labour, respectively. Customers registered on the My Renault app can avail additional 5 percent discount on parts and labour. Customers can also anvil a 5 percent discount on engine oil changes.

    Additionally, Renault is providing a discount of 10 percent on its ‘Renault Secure’ extended warranty and roadside assistance schemes. The company has also said that some of its value added services will be available with benefits of up to 50 percent.

    The carmaker has also iterated that its service centres will continue to follow stringent safety and social distancing measures

    Which new Renault cars are coming in the near future?

    Renault is readying to launch its sub-four metre SUV, the Kiger, in October this year. There are turbo-petrol iterations of the Renault Triber and the Renault Duster also in the queue. The Duster with a new 156hp, 1.3-litre turbo-petrol mill was showcased at the Auto Expo in February. The Triber, on the other hand, is set to borrow Nissan’s HR10 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine that will be also power the Renault Kiger and its sister model, the Nissan Magnite.

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