Renault have released the first images and details of the new Symbol (also known as Thalia in some markets) which is set to be unveiled at the Moscow Motor Show next week.

Renault have released the first images and details of the new Symbol (also known as Thalia in some markets) which is set to be unveiled at the Moscow Motor Show next week. It will be available in many eastern and central Euopean countries such as Russia, Turkey and the Maghreb countries, many other markets know it better as the Clio Sedan.

A step backwards could well be the public's opinion when analysing the styling of the new model, the very boring and bland design certainly looks like it has been derived from its lower budget branded sister: the Dacia Logan. Nonetheless, the model is not intended for the more demanding western and northern European consumers and as always, everything deserves a chance.

Dimensions come in at a length of 4.26 meters and a height of 1.43 meters leaving ample space for its passengers. We are told it will feature the latest generation engines – one can assume these will be the same range that is currently used in the Dacia Logan.

More details in press release below.

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