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Renault Finance – New or Used Renault

Looking to buy a new/used Renault? Need Renault Finance?

renault car financeWhether you’ve found the right Renault already or are still looking, The Car Loan Warehouse is in a great position to arrange Renault finance at competitive rates.

We’re happy to approve customers for finance before they actually find the Renault in question, leaving them free to shop with the peace of mind that they can quickly complete the purchase when satisfied.

A unique service we also offer is the ability to provide Renault finance for private sales. This is something we have developed over some time and it’s proving extremely popular with customers as there are several benefits associated with private sales.

Applying for Renault finance is quick and simple. Our online car finance application takes 3 minutes to complete and one of our skilled car finance advisors will be in touch as quickly as possible so you can start searching for the right Renault.

Renault, A Brief History

Louis Renault was an ambitious, talented engineer; he had already built his first car in 1898. After winning a bet that his car would beat another he received 13 orders for the vehicle. He teamed up with his brothers Fernand and Marcel as they had experience in business and between them they established the Renault Corporation in 1899.

The Renault brothers used their cars in motor racing in order to make their brand known to the world. They won a number of races which earned them the recognition they were looking for, along with many orders despite the fact that the cars were expensive for the time.

Unfortunately Marcel lost his life due to an accident in1903 whilst participating in a race from Paris to Madrid. After this Louis only hired professional drivers to race his cars. In 1906 Hungarian racer Ferenc Szisz won the first Grand Prix motor racing event driving a Renault Grand Prix 90CV.

Fernand retired from the company in1906 due to ill health and subsequently died in 1909, leaving Louis as the sole owner of the Renault Corporation.

Louis Renault was accused of helping the Germans during World War II. He died under circumstances that were never made clear in October 1944, whilst in prison awaiting trial. General Charles de Gaulle took the company which was formally nationalised on January 16th 1945 based on the untried accusations against Louis. The Renault Corporation remained under government control until 1996 when it was privatised, although the French government still own 15.7 per cent.

Renault makes cars to suit all needs and budgets. Their Grand Scenic is an excellent choice for larger families. The Megane and the Clio are very popular cars, both of which come in sports versions. The new Renault Twizy is a quirky little electric car, fantastic for short journeys and getting around in the city.

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