After its presentation at the Istanbul Motor Show, the Turkish press just had the opportunity to drive the outdoor version of Dokker, Dacia's leisure activity vehicle. This model, currently available in Turkey only, should enjoy great success in a country characterised by it's extremely varied geography.
Just a few days after São Paulo, Renault is making the headlines at the Istanbul Motor Show since two new models have just been revealed: New Symbol (also known as Thalia in some markets) and New Fluence. These sedans are now set for an international carreer.
New Fluence made its world debut at the Istanbul Motor Show (opened until November 11, 2012). The arrival of the upgraded model provides a perfect opportunity to take a look back at Fluence’s international career so far. While the name itself suggests flow and elegance, New Fluence strengthens this image with an extra dose of modernity, dynamism and style. But Fluence also signifies a highly successful sedan with an international calling, today produced in five countries – South Korea, Turkey, Russia, Argentina and India – and sold in 83!