Tag Archives: Renault

Renault Kangoo Maxi EDC brings any automatic choice to diesel power | TRANSPORT NEWS

Kangoo Maxi diesel is now available with a six-speed automatic Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) transmission. The Kangoo Maxi EDC has a three year/200,000km factory warranty and three-year Roadside Assistance. Service intervals are 12 months or every 15,000km, whichever comes first and Renault’s Capped Price Servicing programme provides for low ownership costs with the first three scheduled services fixed at just ...

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THE VAN MAN | Small Van Review

Rob Randazzo and Brenton O’Connor review the small to medium van sector. Visitors to Sydney airport can gain an immediate impression of the importance of the van segment to the courier market simply by walking past the huge DHL courier depot located adjacent to the domestic terminal. It’s a hive of activity as dozens of yellow bee-like Ford Transits of ...

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TRAFIC MANAGEMENT | VAN REVIEW-Renault TRAFIC flair and clever design apply to the one-tonne van

Renault shows that flair and clever design can also apply to the humble one-tonne van There are times when you can’t get enough of a good thing, and that’s a great way of explaining why Delivery Magazine has a continuing flirtation with the Renault Trafic. For so long we’ve been driving one-tonne vans around the city streets that did the ...

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COMPACT AND CUTE | VAN REVIEW- Renault Kangoo

It’s the small van with French flair as Kangoo increases its appeal The small van market is certainly interesting, as until the arrival of the Volkswagen Caddy this segment didn’t really exist. Other than the Suzuki APV, which remains largely unchanged for the past decade, other manufacturers in the van market concentrated on one-tonne panel vans, relying on the Mitsubishi ...

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TRAFIC MANAGEMENT | VAN REVIEW – REANULT TRAFIC

Renault shows that flair and clever design can also apply to the humble one-tonne van There are times when you can’t get enough of a good thing, and that’s a great way of explaining why Delivery Magazine has a continuing flirtation with the Renault Trafic. For so long we’ve been driving one-tonne vans around the city streets that did the ...

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Renault Trafic follows the Renault Sport Formula | Transport News

To celebrate the delivery of the first Renault Trafic vans to the Renault Sport Formula 1 team, Renault LCV developed a Formula Edition, 80 of which have just landed in Australia. “These limited edition models are easy to identify from the exterior colour, with a choice of black or grey. On the inside, there are a number of additional comfort ...

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KANGOOGLED | REVIEW Renault Kangoo

Renault’s baby load shifter gets more interesting by the month It’s Delivery Magazine’s favourite small van, and it’s rapidly becoming acknowledged by buyers in the light commercial vehicle segment as the best of the little league. That’s how much of an impact the Renault Kangoo has made in this market segment where traditionally the crown was held by Volkswagen with ...

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Power boost for Renault’s Trafic | NEW TRAFIC POWER BOOST

Renaults Australia has given the mid-sized Trafic a 29 percent power boost, matched with new pricing of $34,490* drive-away until 30 June, 2017. The new pricing and power upgrade follows record numbers of Trafic sales in 2016. This new engine replaces the previous entry-level turbo diesel engine, fitted in short wheelbase versions with a higher output version of the single-turbo engine delivering more ...

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EURO OPTIONS

EURO OPTIONS When it comes to buying a light truck, are you feeling European in your tastes? Do the options available from the factories of Italy, France, Germany and Turkey tempt your tastebuds in the quest for comfort, practicality, fuel economy and safety, or would you be better off with Australia’s favourite light truck standby, the products of Japan? Admittedly, ...

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Medium well-done

An impressive field of mainly-Euro mid-sized load carriers gave the Delivery Magazine Medium Van of the Year judges plenty to think about.   Judgment Day Stuart Martin delivers his adjudication Mercedes-Benz Vito 114 – Second It’s the most expensive here – although the IVECO gets close – but given the standard safety features and its composure on the road there’s ...

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