Renault changes logo in 2004 for ninth time (above).
January 9, 2009.
In a world market that fell 4.8%, the Renault group reported a 4.2% drop in sales, while market share
increased to 3.6%. The Group pursued its international growth with a 1.5% rise in sales outside
Europe to a total of 873,798 units, nearly 37% of all Renault group sales.
Results by Region.
Europe Region: Renault increases its share of the passenger car market by over 1 point.
In a crisis-struck European market that fell 8.1%, the Renault group grew its market share 0.2 points.
Renault continued its strategy of reducing sales to short-team leasing companies, a policy that, in the
current economic climate, is proving particularly beneficial to residual values for used vehicles.
Americas Region: Renault posts the largest market share growth among carmakers in Brazil.
The Group increased sales 56.4% to a record 115,000 vehicles in Brazil. Group market share rose
1.2 points to 4.3% and Renault became one of the top six brands in Brazil. Nearly 40,000 Sandero
units and more than 36,500 Logan units were sold in the country.
Euromed Region: Renault pursues growth in Russia, selling over 100,000 units.
Group sales increased 6.8% in Russia, topping the 100,000 sales mark for the second consecutive
year. The Group continued to lead the Moroccan market, with 27.8% market share.
Asia-Africa Region: Renault reports 12.2% growth.
The Group grew its market share 3.5 points in Iran, with more than 54,000 Logans delivered.
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