Production in 1990 was 1,541,000 and grew to 2,040,000 by 1999 so a decade of improvement. The Clio model had done what seemed impossible, and that was successfully replace the R5. Meanwhile the Mégane and Mégane Scénic had replaced and outperformed the R19. The Twingo took over from the long in the tooth R4, with improved production volumes that time the R4 was achieving at that time. The R21 replacement the Laguna had not quite done as well but wasn't a disaster by any means.
There were still many older models hanging around, so to accommodate them all, the chart below is in two halves. However, only new models for this decade will be referred to individually, when discussed at the bottom of the page.
Data source: Freyssenet.com
Clio: This supermini was super for Renault. It did much to restore the image of Renault, which had been hurt during the late 1980's. It has been the European car of the year in 1991 and 2006.
Mégane/Scénic: These small cars - the latter being a compact MPV based on the Mégane - were also a hit for Renault. The Mégane was the European car of the year in 2003.
Twingo: As a tiny two door city car, it did what Renault needed it to do and was mainly sold in Europe.
Laguna: For large family cars, Renault don't sell that well and this car was no exception. It did reasonably well but the french never really succeed when their cars get into this segment.
Kangoo Ludospace: It is a leisure activity vehicle or tiny campervan gaining popularity in Europe. It is basic but does the job without excessive expense.
Summary: This decade was a reprieve for Reanult as it got back on track again.