Renault updates

Kangoo and Master

vans

Renault Kangoo, 2022, front
Renault Kangoo, 2022, side
Renault Kangoo, 2022, rear
Renault Kangoo, 2022, interior
Renault Master E-Tech, 2022, front

RENAULT has announced prices and specifications of its new Kangoo compact van range as well as revealing an updated version of the larger all-electric Master van which now has more range.

The new Kangoo will be released later in the year and the line-up will feature a TCe 100 petrol engine alongside two diesel engines and the electric Kangoo E-Tech.

Prices start from £17,650 plus VAT for the TCe version with E-Tech model costing from £26,500 plus VAT after the Government grant for low emission vans.

The diesel models are priced from £18,550 for the dCi 95 and £21,450 for the more powerful dCi 115 variant which is fitted with a seven-speed automatic EDC transmission.

The versions of the new Kangoo are available with three front seats and a central folding backrest that turns into a work surface, plus almost 60 litres of storage in the cab, as well as the latest generation ADAS including advanced lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control with a stop and go feature.

The electric E-Tech Kangoo has a load volume of up to 4.2 cubic metres, a 615 kilo payload and a 1.5 tonne towing capacity.

Recharging up to 80 per cent can be done in just over 40 minutes from a fast charger while a full charge from a 7.4kW wallbox takes less than seven hours.

Two trim levels are available - Start and Advance - with the latter priced from £18,650.

All versions feature automatic headlights and wipers, a 3.5-inch TFT driver information display, DAB radio with Bluetooth and USB connectivity, electric front windows, manual air conditioning, heated and electrically-adjustable door mirrors, and a height-adjustable driver's seat.

Also standard is an array of safety features such as hill start assist, emergency E-call, and cruise control with speed limiter.

The E-Tech version also comes with automatic air conditioning, a heated front windscreen, heated seats, and voice control.

The new Kangoo is due for release in October.

Meanwhile, Renault is now fitting the larger Master van with a 52kWh battery which increases its range to 126 miles and can be recharged to 80 per cent in 90 minutes.

Five versions of the Master E-Tech are available with the range priced from £45,160 after the Government grant.

LATEST Renault NEWS

RENAULT is set to ditch sales of new petrol and diesel powered versions of its...

Read more View article

IF you think you've seen the pleasantly but unremarkably styled Renault Kadjar...

Read more View article

SOMETIMES it's the little things about a car that appeal to you rather than the...

Read more View article

LATEST NEWS

Google+