1,300 Renault Logan automobiles for the Rio de Janeiro police

Renault will deliver 1,300 Logan automobiles to the police of Rio de Janeiro under a 5-year contract, the company informs in a press release. The vehicles will be adequately equipped for the job: video camera, radio emitter, on-board computer, siren and lights.

The Brazilian police officers of Rio de Janeiro are currently using Volkswagen Golf – another B-class sedan – somehow similar to the Polo, which is being sold in Brazil. Romanian police operates models of Logan, Logan MCV and even Duster SUVs. The Renault officials did not unveil the price of a car equipped for the Brazilian police, but automotive experts estimate it at EUR 67,000.

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