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Alaskan drives Renault rural dealer growth
Renault begins communications push two years before Alaskan lands
2 Sep 2016
- Renault Australia managing director Justin Hocevar has revealed that a plan to expand rural dealerships nationwide was in direct response to the expected arrival within two years of the Alaskan pick-up he touted as “the next step” for the brand locally.
- Speaking with GoAuto at the national media launch of the Renault Koleos in northern New South Wales, Mr Hocevar confessed that the French brand had to establish itself in country regions well before its Nissan Navara-based pick-up arrived, likely in early 2018, and he anticipated some hurdles along the way.
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