The new multi-seater ranges for the new Renault Trafic and Renault Master are now available to order with deliveries starting in the next few months.
With prices starting at £20,145 for the Trafic Passenger and £22,100 (both ex VAT), interest is bound to be strong.
The Renault Trafic multi-seater is available in both long and short wheelbase versions. It also comes with a choice of four power outputs for its 1.6litre dCi engines.
Kit spec for the Renault Trafic Passenger
With two trim levels, the Trafic Passenger has 17 versions available altogether; 11 at Business and six at Sport trim.
Fuel economy for the Trafic version is between 43mpg and 50mpg, on the combined cycle, and CO2 emissions range from 149 and 174g/km.
Standard equipment includes electric front windows, DAB radio, trip computer and a driver’s seat that can be adjusted for rake and reach.
Performance for the Renault Master Passenger
There’s also two large sliding doors and safety kit includes anti-lock brakes with electronic brake force distribution. There’s also hill start assist, electronic stability control and grip Xtend – which offers better grip on slippery surfaces.
Opt for the Sport versions and there’s the option of metallic paint, automatic headlights and wipers, a chrome grille and body coloured bumpers.
Renault have also added Bluetooth connectivity, air con, a Smartphone dock and a leather trimmed steering wheel – these models also have rear parking sensors and cruise control.
There’s also tyre pressure monitoring and remote central locking that uses deadbolts.
New Renault Passenger vans available
Potential buyers of the Renault Master Passenger have the choice of either a 17 seat minibus, a Trabus glazed panel van or having it as a six or nine seat Combi van.
The Master Passenger is powered by 2.3litre dCi engines and one is mated to the firm’s Quickshift semi-auto gearbox.
Business trim is standard on the Master versions and includes Bluetooth connectivity and DAB radio.
Safety kit includes Grip Xtend, electronic stability control and hill start assist.
All versions of the Passenger have seats in three rows but buyers can opt to remove the third row to increase cargo space.
To underpin its excellent offering, Renault is offering both Passenger vehicles with a 100,000 mile warranty (unlimited cover for the first two years of ownership) and four years of roadside assistance.