The Renault Trafic now gets a new 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine and slick-shifting automatic transmission. It's still a premium-feeling van, too.
Dual-cabs are more popular than ever, but in lieu of a dual-cab ute, Renault Australia has a different plan of attack with the work-and-play-ready ‘dual-cab’ Trafic Crew.
The $30K drive-away Renault Trafic Trader Life is a no-frills work van at an appetising price. But it's not hard to find where its maker cut costs.
The Renault Trafic SWB 103 is an enticing contender in the commercial van segment, thanks to excellent driving dynamics and plenty of useful features.
The well-regarded Renault Trafic van range grows with the introduction of a six-seat Crew derivative, with a steel bulkhead and more loading space than a Kangoo...
At the end of our time with the 2016 Renault Trafic, the production guys were sad to see it go...
Three months in, here's the latest on our 2016 Renault Trafic long-termer, which is spending its days as part of our production team, and is proving to be a valuable tool.
Our second long-term update on the Renault Trafic L1H1 dCi140 sees videographer Mitchell Oke tell us his thoughts on the van as a camera crew vehicle.
Our first instalment covering our new long-term Renault Trafic.
The Renault Trafic is an appealing alternative to better-known vans. Its standing as the ‘European HiAce’ means you should take a look, if you don’t mind a manual gearbox.
The 2015 Renault Trafic is a bigger van with a smaller engine. Can it work? Matt Campbell finds out.