Reporting "Asre Khodro", The sales volume is nearly two and a half times more on the year-on-year comparison, up 142 percent.
In addition to monthly data, the report puts the company’s car sales to Iran in the first ten months of 2015 at 30,030, up 7.3 percent relative to the 28,000 record reported for the same time expansion last year.
The automaker’s yearly sales to Iran in 2014 totaled 36,300 cars, down 9 percent compared to 39,600 cars in 2013.
Renault’s car shipments to Iran in 2012 and 2011 stood at 100,783 and 93,626, respectively.
Renault’s Logan, known as L90 to Iranian consumers, is the top-selling brand in the Iranian market which is assembled in Iran through knock-down kits.
The Iranian automobile market has been enticing giant automakers particularly after Iran and major global powers could secure a treaty on the country’s nuclear program in July in Vienna.