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Kangoo and Trafic pricing confirmed

Renault has confirmed pricing and specification for Kangoo Van Maxi And Trafic Phase 3.

The new long wheelbase Kangoo Van Maxi, which is available to order now ahead of launch on 4 June, will start at £12,590 and rise to £13,590 (excluding VAT and on-the-road charges).


The fve-seat Crew Van debuts in LL guise at £13,390 (excluding VAT and on-the-road charges).

The long wheelbase vans offer a third larger load capacity than their smaller sibling - 4m³ in two-seat form (rising to 4.6m³ with folding passenger seat), plus a payload of 800kg.


In five-seat Crew Van form, this same load capacity remains when the rear seat bench and passenger seat have been folded. With the luggage retention net in place and the rear three seats upright, the five-seat version offers a load volume of 1.1 m³ up to the height of the rear seats, with a slight fall of 60kg in payload.

In entry-level LL form, spec includes 2x15W radio CD MP3 with fingertip remote control and aux point, ABS with EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution), front seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters, remote central locking and deadlocking and full steel bulkhead.

The second trim level, LL+, offers 2x20W radio CD MP3 with fingertip remote control and RCA connection, Carminat TomTom satellite navigation and central storage console and armrest between the front seats.

The Trafic Phase 3, which is also available to order ahead of launch on 9 July, will be priced at between £16,400 to £21,650 for panel vans and £18,750 to £22,450 for the Crew Vans (excluding VAT and on-the-road charges).

A total of 42 versions are available in the Trafic Phase 3 range, covering every short and long wheelbase, low and high roof configuration, to offer total load volumes from 5m³ to 8.36m³.

The revised versions each come with diesel powertrains in either 90, 115 or 150hp form. They all drive through six-speed manual gearboxes as standard, bar the automated manual Quickshift6 versions.

Aside from the model’s full steel bulkhead, remote central locking with deadlocking and R.A.I.D. (Renault Anti-Intruder Device door locking above 5 mph), the Trafic Phase 3 range now offers as standard Bluetooth and Carminat TomTom satellite navigation.

Top-of-the-range Sport models benefit from 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning and essential chilled glovebox, driver armrest, electric windows and door mirrors, metallic paint and multi-function trip computer.

Crew Van versions boast left and right side glazed sliding doors, a removable rear seat base and integral bulkhead with glazed panel.

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