The Renault car has two airbags and two vanity mirrors with sun visors for the driver and the co-driver while the Nissan has only one for both. It has also an anti-lock braking system, electronic brake-force distribution, and a headlight off and ignition key off reminder while the Nissan car has none. The Nissan car has the following features that cannot be seen in the Renault car: keyless start, driver height adjustable seat, turn indicators on ORVM, and a roof mounted antenna.
The Renault Pulse is a strong-headed vehicle that never fails to leave a mark when hitting the city road. It has headlamps that were locked securely in place and grill that looks quite forceful. The Renault signature at the center is exceedingly amusing plus the body colored handles of its doors and the black side mirrors added elegance to the sedan.
The Micra, on the other hand, can be considered the female version of the Renault. With an updated look and a unique designing, it is sure a head tuner on the road. Its headlamps, the body colored bumpers, and its double-layer integrated grill are simply amazing that shows how the car was carefully engineered.
The company, officially known as Société Renault Frères or simply Renault S.A is a French vehicle manufacturer. The company was established in the year eighteen hundred and ninety nine and began its production line toward the end of the same year. Among its huge line of fleet production, Renault churns out various automobile options that include cars, buses, trucks, vans and tractors. Owing to its association with another auto manufacturer Nissan, Renault is today the fourth largest vehicle manufacturer.
The company headquarters are located in Boulogne-Billancourt, France and it is a privately owned company. It operates in a hundred and eighteen companies all over the globe. Moreover it owns a number of subsidiaries in various parts of the world including the Romanian car manufacturer Automobile Dacia and the South Korean automobile maker Renault Samsung Motors. Renault owns up to ninety nine percent and eighty percent stake in both companies respectively.
The company is world famous for its innumerable ground-breaking blueprints, safety expertise and speed racing. Renault's most unbeaten car model is the Renault Clio which is a supermini, that is, a classification bigger than a city car yet smaller than a small family car. The Renault Clio first rolled into production in nineteen ninety and is at the moment in its third production model. The basis of the Renault market is in France itself.