Renault exhibited three Kangoo Vans, including a long wheelbase version of the 100% electric version, Z.E., taking centre stage. Joining it was the long wheelbase Maxi and the new five-seat Crew Van Cab with a multi-positional bulkhead.
The new five-seat Crew Van Cab version features a multi-positional bulkhead which permits the rear row of seats and the metal mesh screen including the headrests above to fold forward completely. This allows the lower section to fold into the floor, giving a flat load area, while at the same time enabling the higher section to sit behind the driver and passenger seats to protect them from objects in the load area.
Moving up the range, two people carrying versions of Trafic – Renault’s highest-selling LCV model – Crew Van and nine-seat Passenger – will sat alongside their Kangoo Van siblings, again resplendent in contemporary Sport trim with alloy wheels, air conditioning, TomTom Live satellite navigation, upgraded radio, body coloured bumpers and front fog lights.
Completing the line-up, a grand total of six Master Vans. The first, a standard front-wheel drive panel van will round off the brand’s flagship Sport trim level theme, complemented by a further five versions: six-seat Crew Van, Luton LoLoader with 18.5m³ load volume, Master Van (RWD), 17 seat minibus and lastly, a rear-wheel drive double cab version of the new UK converted Tipper range from VFS, available with an improved payload of up to 1,348kg.