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All models and engine sizes available from
ML17 P 70 to ML20 DCi 105+

Conversion Details
Deep freeze or chill operation available
New Hubbard refrigeration systems and New GRP wet line insulation

Standard specification includes

  • ABS
  • Drivers airbag
  • Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
  • Remote central deadlocking
  • R.A.I.D (Renault Anti Intruder Device)
  • Radio / CD player

Warranty
Three year / 100,000 mile + (3 yr AA roadside assistance)

Bespoke Contract Hire & Leasing package available

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The Renault Kangoo and the Renault Kangoo Express are a range of multifunctional vehicles produced and marketed by Renault in commercial as well as passenger versions over two generations since 1997.

The Renault Kangoo straddles a line somewhere between MPV and truck, and so wears a similar exterior design-which looks like the front of a Nissan Micra 90s with a panel van’s back. This makes it a realistic car with plenty of idiosyncratic flair and flexibility, giving it an advantage over many of its rivals. The cabin is cavernous, with load space of 2.6m3 and adequate passenger storage. It may not be as fun or car-like to drive as a traditional MPV, but it remains comfortable and capable; particularly in the 1.5dCi. The Kangoo is something of an acquired taste with its distinctive looks and flexible capabilities but this at least ensures that it can stand out.

The Renault Kangoo Compact Diesel SL represents an effort by Renault to enter the market in a somewhat different manner to its rivals for this sort of car. Whereas as other vans manufacturers seek to improve all the elements and balance one against the other for a better overall car, Renault has opted to concentrate on fuel economy, no doubt in the hope that financial reasoning would tempt drivers to take on a Renault Kangoo over a more performance-oriented competitor.

To that end, the Renault Kangoo provides 500Kg of equal payload and 53.3 miles per gallon of highly competitive performance. The 70bhp might not set anybody’s heart racing but at 1700 rpm, the 160Nm torque will still see a power payload moving beautifully through the streets of the city. In this respect the 1500cc diesel engine does a good job and the 5-speed gearbox has been designed to optimise fuel efficiency.

Renault has developed a concept for the Renault Kangoo that fits the urban climate of city streets. When moving a package, the driver does not feel the bumps too much, and the visibility is fine. The turning radius on the Renault Kangoo is just 9.6 m to kerb, and it can then fit through the tightest spaces and be piloted reliably without any problems at all. The consistency of the drive on this van is a good selling point.

Even the Renault Kangoo was designed to take a Euro pallet which is uncommon for this size vehicle. Both rear doors can open a complete 180 degrees, and the driver is shielded by a mesh grille from the impact.

Within its Z.E. Initiatives for electric vehicles, Renault created the Kangoo Z.E. Model developed at its Maubeuge facility and launched the retail electric van in October 2011.

The Z.E.Kangoo. Is the industry leader in the small all-electric van category.

The diesel developed a peak torque of 180 N / mm (133 lb / m) and achieved a combined fuel consumption test of more than 7 L/100 km (40 mpg imp; 34 mpg US).

Renault is currently reporting a range of 106 miles which means you can expect a range of about 75 miles on a maximum charge under real-world conditions. Buyers selecting the Maxi chassis have a crew van option, with a folding second row of seats boosting flexibility.