Renault Trafic£37,500.00 + VAT
Renault Kangoo£20,499.00 + VAT
Renault Master£187.00 +VAT per month
Renault Master Dropside Tipper£31,500.00 + VAT
Renault Master Luton+ VAT
Renault was established in 1899 by the Renault brothers; Marcel, Louis and Fernand. Since then, it has developed into one of the leading automotive companies in the world, selling cars and commercial vehicles. For more than 15 years, Renault vans has been the leading brand across Europe.
What Renault Vans can I get?
Any business that requires a light commercial vehicle is bound to find one with Renault that suits their needs. Led by the renowned Trafic, Renault have been proud of their range of vans which includes diverse models which have low-operating costs. Your need for a van can be quashed with Renault covering all bases with the small Kangoo, medium Trafic and large Master.
Perfect for sole tradespeople or delivery drivers, Renault’s small van, the Kangoo is the ideal vehicle to get you and your tools to and from jobs. It is easy to drive and can make navigating busy cities simple while still having plenty of space for storage. With an impressive fuel consumption rate, the Kangoo is cheap to run, too.
There are two sizes available in the Kangoo which can see you have a load space of up to 4.6m3. Not only that, but you can get a crew version in the Maxi model which has seating for 5 people so you can get your workmates around, too. To make it environmentally friendly and cost you even less to run, Renault also offers the Kangoo with an electric engine.
Renault Kangoo Z.E. Electric
Known as the electric van designed for professionals, the Kangoo Z.E. is customisable to fit all your business and pleasure needs. With over 70,000 Kangoo Z. sold since 2011 and a 20% market share in its segment, it is the most popular small electric van, even now. The Kangoo Z.E. comes in 3 versions, allowing seating for 2 – 5 people. The Z.E. has a battery management system that is optimised to be more energy efficient. It will go between 120-200 km, depending on the weather and how much weight it is towing, before needing to be recharged. The drive time can be extended to 320 km in the city when there is at least 14% rest time. This is the ideal city and metropolitan van with no emissions and minimal costs to use, saving the environment as well.
Find out more about the Renault Kangoo.
You don’t win the WhatVan? Medium Van of the year back to back if you aren’t a top van – but that’s exactly what the Trafic did in 2015 and 2016. The versatile Trafic is utilised by many businesses including couriers, tradespeople and transport hire companies. This is because the variants on offer can make the Trafic an asset to your business, whatever it is intended for.
The panel van is perfect for those who need to carry cargo with the low load threshold making loading straightforward. With two different wheelbases and roof heights, the Trafic offers a load capacity of 5.8m3 to 8.9m3. You may need to take a team with you to sites but still have room for tools which is what you can get with the Crew van.
For those who specialise in the transportation of people, there is a passenger option available which enables you to hold 9 passengers. There are four trim levels – Business for the most basic of models up to Sport which can really make your Trafic stand out.
Take a look at the New Renault Trafic Sport Lease in more detail.
The largest van in the Renault fleet; the Master can cope with the demands of almost any business. Whether you work in removals, haulage or construction; the Renault Master comes in so many shapes that there is bound to be a model that suits the needs of your business. Its strength comes in load space with a capacity of up to 17m3 and payloads that can be just over two tonnes!
With four wheelbases and three roof heights, the Master provides the optimum load space with the panel van model. But, you may need to carry people as well as tools, in which case there is a Crew van option which allows for 7 passengers. If carrying a vast number of passengers is what you need, the Master Passenger can hold up to 17 people.
Also adaptable, you can convert your Master to be even more specific to your own needs. The high-end of the customisations can even come with a work rack complete with telescopic operating drawers, for organised tool storage. Luton vans and tippers are among the conversions that can be made. Running your business with our own bespoke Master could make life a lot easier. The Renault Master Low Loader is one of the finest removal vans ever made
Learn more about the Renault Master Van
Extras with Swiss HQ
You can put your own unique touch on your Renault van by including some of our features. You may just want it for business but if you want to look good on the road, you can do that with our upgrades.
- Reversing camera
- Alloys up to 20″
- Nappa Leather interior
Purchase Options for Renault Vans
Renault Vans. There are many different ways to get yourself your own Renault van with Swiss Vans. We want to make it easy for businesses to get the vehicles they need to keep them operating smoothly.
Speak to our team today and they will be happy to talk you through the options available to you. You can receive a quote which will be calculated based on a number of things including what van you want and any extras you wish to include.
Renault Van Finance Payment options include:
A Journey through Time: The History of Renault Vans
Introduction (Word Count: 150)
Renault, a renowned French automaker, has made a significant impact on the automotive industry since its establishment in 1899. While the company is widely recognized for its iconic automobiles, it has also left an indelible mark in the world of commercial vehicles. In this article, we embark on a captivating journey through time to explore the fascinating history of Renault vans. From humble beginnings to innovative breakthroughs, Renault vans have played a crucial role in revolutionizing the transportation landscape.
- Early Beginnings and Commercial Expansion (Word Count: 300)
Renault’s foray into the realm of commercial vehicles can be traced back to the early 20th century. In 1905, the company introduced its first commercial van, the Type F, which featured a spacious cargo area and a modest payload capacity. This marked the initial step towards Renault’s commitment to meeting the evolving needs of businesses and industries.
Over the next few decades, Renault continued to refine its van offerings. The 1930s witnessed the introduction of the Juvaquatre, a compact panel van that quickly gained popularity for its versatility and reliability. Despite the challenging economic climate during World War II, Renault persevered and contributed to the wartime effort by producing vans for military purposes.
- The Birth of the Estafette (Word Count: 350)
The 1950s proved to be a pivotal era for Renault vans with the launch of the iconic Estafette in 1959. Designed as a light commercial vehicle, the Estafette featured a distinct forward control layout and a robust rear-mounted engine. Its innovative design provided increased cargo space, improved maneuverability, and ease of loading and unloading.
The Estafette soon became a familiar sight on European roads and quickly gained a reputation for its reliability and adaptability. It was available in various configurations, including panel vans, minibusses, and pickup trucks, catering to a wide range of business needs. With its remarkable success, the Estafette laid the foundation for future generations of Renault vans.
- The Rise of the Renault Trafic (Word Count: 400)
In the 1980s, Renault introduced the Trafic, a game-changing van that embodied the company’s commitment to innovation. The Trafic featured a bold and modern design, incorporating aerodynamic elements for improved fuel efficiency. Its versatility was further enhanced with a range of engine options and customizable configurations to accommodate different cargo volumes and passenger capacities.
The Trafic’s success was not limited to Europe; it gained global recognition and was exported to various international markets. Renault’s commitment to continuous improvement led to regular updates and upgrades to the Trafic, ensuring it remained competitive in a rapidly evolving market. The Trafic became a staple for businesses, tradespeople, and families, and its success cemented Renault’s position as a leader in the commercial van segment.
- The Evolution of the Master (Word Count: 400)
In the 1990s, Renault unveiled the Master, a full-size van designed to meet the needs of large-scale businesses and professionals. With its capacious cargo capacity, advanced safety features, and improved fuel efficiency, the Master quickly became a preferred choice for industries such as logistics, construction, and transportation.
Renault continued to innovate and refine the Master over subsequent generations, introducing advancements in technology, design, and sustainability. The incorporation of electric and hybrid powertrain options showcased Renault’s commitment to eco-friendly transportation solutions. The Master’s success is a testament to Renault’s ability to adapt to changing market demands while prioritizing efficiency and reliability.
- Looking Towards the Future (Word Count: 300)
As the automotive industry undergoes a transformative shift towards electric and autonomous vehicles, Renault remains at the forefront of innovation. The company has demonstrated its commitment to sustainable transportation with the introduction of electric versions of its popular van models, including the Kangoo Z.E. and the Master Z.E. These electric vans provide businesses with eco-friendly options, reducing emissions and contributing to a greener future.
Furthermore, Renault’s focus on connectivity and smart technologies has resulted in the integration of advanced features in its vans, such as infotainment systems, driver assistance, and telematics solutions. These enhancements aim to improve driver experience, optimize operations, and ensure safer and more efficient transportation.
Conclusion (Word Count: 200)
The history of Renault vans is a testament to the brand’s commitment to innovation, adaptability, and customer-centric design. From the early commercial vehicles to the revolutionary Estafette, the versatile Trafic, and the capacious Master, Renault vans have played a significant role in meeting the diverse needs of businesses and industries.
With a focus on sustainability and advanced technologies, Renault continues to shape the future of commercial transportation. As we look ahead, it is clear that Renault vans will continue to evolve, embracing electric and autonomous solutions while maintaining their reputation for reliability, versatility, and performance. The legacy of Renault vans is one of constant evolution, driving businesses forward and revolutionizing the way goods and people are transported.