The new Renault Trafic Passenger and Renault Trafic SpaceClass stand out in terms of appearance with a completely redesigned front, an updated LED light signature and new 17-inch alloy wheels. The new Trafic Passenger is launched in a new and magnificent colour: Carmin Red.
The interior of the Renault Trafic has been given a completely new design. It offers the biggest space in the segment with a ceiling height of 935 mm. The storage space in the passenger compartment has been increased to 86 litres.
The new Renault Trafic Passenger and SpaceClass can transport up to 9 people with baggage of up to 1.8 m³. The new 9-passenger minivan offers a new 8-inch touch screen with wireless charging for smartphones. Online technology takes a new step forward thanks to the latest Renault EASY LINK multimedia system with integrated navigation and compatibility for smartphones. There is also the possibility of having the Renault Keyless Entry.
Safety has been greatly improved with new ADAS systems: adaptive cruise control, active emergency braking, lane change warning and blind-spot warning. Airbags on the driver and passenger side are also standard.
The new Renault Trafic Passenger and Renault Trafic SpaceClass offer three Euro6 diesel engines:
- dCi 110 diesel engine with a 6-speed manual transmission
- dCi 150 diesel engine with a 6-speed manual or EDC automatic transmission
- dCi 170 diesel engine with a 6-speed EDC automatic transmission.
Renault Trafic Passenger L1H1 is available at a price of 28,200 euros.
Renault Trafic Passenger L2H2 is available at a price of 28,700 euros.
Renault Trafic SpaceClass L2H1 is available at a price of 37,477 euros.
The new 9-passenger minivan is more elegant and more comfortable to drive. @renault.co.uk.
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