Renault tyres

Renault tyres

Two years after the launch of its tyre offer, Motrio has just broken through the one-millionth sale threshold.

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The launch of the Motrio tyre offer in 2010 was a key step in the development of a range of additional after-sales products for the Renault Group.

Renault was the first manufacturer to market a range of tyres under its own brand.

Motrio tyres offer good safety performance in all conditions, good driving comfort and durability, and are sold at an attractive price.

Developed by one of the biggest tyre suppliers in Europe, this tyre range is available in the Renault, Dacia and Motrio networks (1,500 Motrio outlets across the world) and at certain vehicle repair shops.

Motrio provides leverage for Renault when it comes to developing turnover in the multi-brand parts replacement sector.

Renault Ireland has extended its Motrio Tyre range with a new winter dimension (seven winter in all) and nine new summer dimensions (29 summer in all).


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