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Renault Fluence arrives in Oman
, July 21, 2010 Email to a friend  | Print
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The Renault Fluence arrived in Oman last week and promises style at a very affordable price, which is estimated to be a shade over RO5,000. Said a spokesman of Suhail  Bahwan Automobiles, the dealers for Renault in the sultanate, “Renault Fluence is designed with the aim of standing out as the most attractive car in its class. Fluence has several features that will set it apart from rivals. Beneath its strong, sporting exterior, it features a comfortable cabin and a wealth of useful technological aids, and targets customers looking for a status-enhancing saloon.”

In the cabin, the airy facia design incorporates taut, uncluttered lines that are complemented by the sweep of the dashboard trim strip. Essential driving functions and useful accessories all fall easily to hand.Renault Fluence's chassis delivers an efficient, comfortable and enjoyable ride.

The aim of Renault's engineers was to combine steering and handling precision with minimal noise and vibrations. Fluence's front suspension features MacPherson-type struts with rectangular lower arms, while the rear incorporates a programmed-deflection flexible beam.

There are a range of optional, user-friendly, high-tech features more commonly associated with top-of-the range models. These include hands-free entry and ignition card with automatic locking of the doors as the card-holder walks away from the vehicle, Bluetooth® telephony and ‘Plug & Music’ digital connectivity.


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