All three models in Renault’s LCV range will benefit from promotional pricing that will see buyers climb into a brand-new van without forking out for extra on-road costs that can add up to more than $3000 beyond list price. Customers in the market will have until June 30 to take advantage of the savings.
One of Renault’s most popular models, the petrol-powered Kangoo automatic, is now available for $24,990 driveaway, while its short-wheelbase manual sibling is priced at $22,990 driveaway.
The Kangoo Maxi diesel six-speed manual sits at $26,990 driveaway, while the five-seat Maxi Crew, with its additional second-row fold-flat seating, is priced at $29,990 driveaway.
The Maxi Crew comes with a five-year/200,000 kilometre factory warranty, while the rest of the Renault LCV range has a three-year/200,000km warranty.
Buyers of the mid-size Trafic, with its 5.2 cubic-metre load capacity, will also benefit: the single-turbo L1H1 short-wheelbase model is priced at $34,990 driveaway, while the L1H1 twin-turbo model (as we have as a long-term loan car) sits at $37,990 driveaway. The long-wheelbase L2H1 twin-turbo Trafic is $39,990 driveaway.
The biggest LCV in the family, the Master, which offers a large 8.0 cubic-metre load capacity, offers a driveaway price of $42,490 for the L1H1 front-wheel-drive manual version.
According to Renault, the driveaway savings comes from a successful year-to-date run with sales up more than 82 per cent at 1091 units.
Renault LCV model line manager, Lyndon Healey said: “We have worked hard to come up with drive-away prices that offer some significant savings over the 2016 recommended retail prices.”