PARIS -- Renault has given its European sales network a single name -- Reagroup.
The change is aimed at building a Europewide image for Renault's wholly owned sales outlets, which also sell vehicles from Nissan, Renault's Japa-nese alliance partner, and Dacia, the French carmaker's Romanian subsidiary.
Renault has 300 sales and service outlets, including 30 Nissan sites, in 14 European countries. It is one of only three European automakers that own a significant retail network. The other two are PSA/Peugeot-Citroen and Mercedes-Benz.
Reagroup was formerly known as Renault Europe Automobiles.