Tag Archives: Renault

VanTastic

Delivery reports on what makes the grade in the quest for Van of the Year 2014 Short or long, low height or high roof, extended wheelbase or standard length, front or rear-wheel-drive, manual or automatic, petrol or diesel. Just what should the Australian van buyer be choosing and why? In this annual report on the vans available in the Australian ...

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CHEEKY CHIC

Renault’s Master single cab looks a cut above the average. Words and images by Dave Whyte. The light-truck market in Australia has long been the domain of Japanese manufacturers, with only a modest share of the market occupied by offerings from European brands. However, in recent years the Europeans have been making inroads, with the combination of good load capacity ...

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Masterful

Renault finally takes the Australian market seriously and, consequently, starts reaping the benefits There’s huge potential for the European LCV manufacturers within the Australian market, but it is only there for the taking if the manufacturer concerned puts in the right degree of effort. Fiat, Renault, Peugeot and Citroen have, in the past, languished in the doldrums, and Ford has ...

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Mr. Big

The relaunch of the Renault Master shows the large van sector is going to be very interesting this year. Renault in certainly undergoing a major change in strategy within Australia. From having a proud heritage and a strong involvement in our country, the brand here went into decline, almost forgotten even amongst its competition, let alone its buying public. Delivery ...

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OZ Harvest

The right way to supply assistance to charities across Australia includes operating Mercedes-Benz Sprinters. Ronni Kahn is an amazing woman. Within the Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Adelaide and Brisbane areas, the not for profit organisation she heads and founded, called OzHarvest is responsible for supplying the equivalent of  10,000-13,000 meals every day from food that would otherwise go to waste! Back ...

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Renault vans go for all-wheel-drive

Renault has announced new enhanced traction solutions to meet the needs of business customers who operate in challenging terrain conditions. X-Track technology, set to be available across the LCV range, provides even higher traction performance for intensive use in particularly challenging conditions. This new feature is available across the Kangoo, Trafic and Master line-ups. X-Track conversions cover four main aspects ...

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