Renault eyes continuing van success with new Master

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French firm looks to continue light commercial vehicle sales growth

Renault-Master
The new Renault master is looming

Renault expects certain refinements in the Master large van to keep its sales pedal to the metal.

Due to buyers next month, the new Master features a revamped interior "for more elegance" and a "more modern" front end, while the loading bay gains new LED lighting and handles.

It is propelled by a 2.3 litre turbocharged diesel engine remains, producing 120kW in a 6-speed manual and 110kW in a 6-speed automated gearbox.

Dealer-serviced units are in line for roadside assistance upped to four years and the company highlights that Renault Pro+ dealerships nationwide offer tailor-made products and solutions.

"The renewed Master is designed to make the lives of its business and retail customers easier with class leading design, technologies and services available, all supported by the heritage of the Renault brand," Renault Australia MD Anouk Poelmann says, pointing out that sales have steadily increased from 68 units in 2011 to close to 1,600 units in 2019.

"Starting from $44,490 RRP, the new Renault Master, like every Renault vehicle is designed for Australians who are confident in their decisions and are prepared to stand apart from those around them."

The top of the range extra-long wheelbase 120kW Master work van comes in at $54.990.

A three-year/unlimited kilometre warranty as well as "class leading" with 12 months/up to 30,000km service intervals and capped price servicing of three years or up to 90,000km, whichever occurs first

With three heights and four lengths, along with van, bus and platform cab chassis body types, the van has laden masses from 3.5 to 4.5 tons and useful volumes of eight to 17 square metres.

 

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