Jama Rent a Car Adds Renault Vehicles to Fleet

Through an agreement with Gulf Advantage Automobiles, Saudi Arabia’s Jama Rent a Car has added 500 Renault vehicles to its fleet, according to a report by Arab News.

The Renault vehicles make up several models, including Safrane, Duster, Fluence and Symbol, according to the report. These new vehicles will supplement Jama’s existing fleet.

“Renault was chosen for its highest standards in quality, safety and suitability for the region’s climate while maintaining the most attractive prices in the market,” the rental company told Arab News.

Click here for the full Arab News report. 

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