The Renault Trafic van has been a favourite of Australian businesses for many years, and a recent makeover sees the Trafic not only tougher, more powerful and more high-tech than ever before, it’s more comfortable as well.
“Trafic is an exciting upgrade that builds on the strengths Australians know Renault commercial vehicles for,” said Glen Sealey, General Manager, Renault Australia. “With additional safety and technology, comfort and convenience, we’ve made sure Trafic delivers hassle-free ownership and works hard for Australian small businesses.”
Driving this commercial is a quiet, smooth, stress-free experience.
When a business needs to rely on its vehicles, it can rely on Trafic.
The Renault van is built and designed for work. Whether it’s taking advantage of the robust construction for hauling the tools and materials of a big job, towing a loaded work trailer or making the most of travel time using the modular mobile office in the cabin, Trafic sets the standard for medium-sized commercial vehicles.
It even looks good, making a great impression on potential clients and existing customers.
Running a robust, efficient, 2.0-litre dCi diesel paired with efficiency-enhancing six-speed manual or six-speed Efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) transmission, there’s 125kW of grunt on tap, and fuel consumption can be as low 6.5L/100km. An 80-litre fuel tank means less time at bowsers and more time on the job, and up to five capped-price services at intervals of 30,000km or 12 months means running costs can be fairly accurately forecast – and 30,000km service intervals means an absolute minimum of downtime.
As far as size goes, a choice of short (3098mm) or long (3498mm) wheelbase models with class-leading load length up to 4.15m, up to 1280kg payload and 2.5-tonne towing should have just about every trade covered.
Trafic is also available in Pro and Premium Van spec levels, and Pro and Lifestyle Crew Van choices. In total there’s a choice of eight versions, and a big list of options to customise your Trafic as desired.
Trafic is loaded with new safety tech. Things like adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and active emergency braking, sit reassuringly alongside traffic-sign recognition and blindspot warning on the higher-grade models. All examples of Trafic are part of Renault’s commercial van 5-year Easy Life Ownership, featuring a five-year/200,000km warranty, and up to five years roadside assistance when the owner completes each of the five 30,000km/12- month capped-price services at a Renault dealer. Renault Trafic starts from $49,000 before on-road costs.
For more information, visit renault.com.au.