But Clio, Kadjar, Zoe and all mainstream Megane models will be axed as French brand focuses on SUVs and LCVs
Renault will effectively exit the EV, light-car and mainstream small-car space in Australia when stocks of the current Zoe, Clio and non-RS Megane models are exhausted in the near future.
Instead, the French brand will focus on SUVs and light commercial vehicles, with the new Renault Captur and all-new Renault Arkana now both confirmed for Australian release in 2021, when the latter will replace the short-lived Kadjar.
While the compact Renault Kangoo Maxi ZE electric van remains on sale, it has found just 13 Aussie buyers so far in 2020, and the third-generation Zoe revealed in France last June won’t be imported to Australia by Europe’s top-selling EV brand.
Just eight Renault Zoes were sold here in the first half of this year and only a handful remain in dealer showrooms.
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