Renault has taken the wraps off the all-new mid-size Trafic van, one of its most popular models, which has clocked up more than 1.6 million sales since 1980.
The all-new van goes on sale in European markets mid-year. This practical and economical ‘Van à Vivre’ will sport a new look both inside and out, and will be loaded with clever and smart innovations that will benefit business customers in many ways. A range of new, responsive and economical engines is, of course, part of the recipe for success.
The Trafic will be available with new Renault-developed 1.6 dCi pow
erplants, including a twin-turbocharged version that boasts fuel consumption of less than 6.0-litres per 100km
This engine range is available in two versions: with a single variable geometry turbo, which yields a gain of more than1.0-litre/100km compared with the previous 2.0-litre unit, and the Twin-Turbo version, the fuel consumption of which dips beneath the 6.0-litres/100km* threshold.
The all-new Renault Trafic will go on sale in Australia in 2015. Supplies of the current generation Trafic continue to be freely available, competitively priced from $32,990 drive-away.