Khozama Rent a Car boosts fleet with latest Renault vehicles



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Published — Sunday 29 June 2014

Last update 28 June 2014 10:29 pm

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Renault Saudi Arabia signed an agreement recently to boost the fleet of Khozama Rent a Car with state-of-the-art Renault vehicles.
Khozama Rent a Car opted for the sophisticated and advanced Koleos 4x4, the true off-road Duster compact SUV, the multipurpose Trafic van, and the new luxury business class Safrane.
These Renault cars were chosen for their modern and groundbreaking specifications, stylish designs, strength, practicality and safety.
Renault and Khozama Rent a Car were both excited for the agreement that encompassed several after-sales support services to be delivered from Renault as part of its ongoing commitment to excellent maintenance services and customer satisfaction.
The owner of Khozama Rent a Car, Abdullah Mansour Al-Rajhi, stated: “Renault is much admired for its reliability and sturdiness. Customers are also impressed by the vehicles’ latest technologies and ample features. At the same time, Khozama is an internationally renowned franchise famous for supplying reliable and dependable vehicles to the public. We have enjoyed long-term success and have come to be one of Saudi Arabia’s most reliable car rental companies.”
Haythem Hashem, regional manager for Western Region (Renault KSA), stated: “Renault has become synonymous with quality, durability and performance. With the new generation of car owners and enthusiasts, there is a growing buzz and excitement around the Renault range. Whether you need a car for distance driving or running errands in the city or even luxury saloons, owning a Renault means having the service and support system you need for a superior driving experience.”
Indeed, customers can look forward to driving Renault’s custom line styled vehicles. Renault Duster, Fluence, Safrane as well as Trafic and Koleos are available and ready to take Saudis where they need to go in style and comfort. Each vehicle is designed with the latest in contemporary styling, comfort and innovative technology.

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