With the new Master, Renault's range of Light Commercial Vehicles continues to be renewed: the new Renault Master will be unveiled for the first time at the 2014 Commercial Vehicle Fair in Birmingham, England.
The new Renault Master will be available with new Twin Turbo engines. The engines in question have more performance (up to 165bg), 1.5 liters / 100kmfuel saving up to.
The new Master family also brings along new technologies. All these innovations include the latest generation of electronic stability system (ESC), hill start assist, trailer anti-skid and wide-angle rear view mirrors.
The new Master product line, the rear-wheel drive, single-wheeled version of the L4 van will be appreciated by long-distance users such as courier companies.
The new Master has a new front that reflects Renault's new design identity, in line with the other light commercial models of the brand.
The new Master will be produced at the Renault SOVAB plant in Batilly, France. In the summer of 2014 in Europe, while Turkey will be offered for sale in the fall.
Renault is preparing to present the New Master following the renewal of the Kangoo family last year and the Trafic family recently. The Master is presented to customers with new engines, new technologies and a new preliminary design.
The biggest change in the new Master is a series of 110 dCi engines with 165 - 2.3 hp. (In the previous generation, 100-150 hp were available.)
The 110 and 125 hp engine options offer a compelling fit between price and fuel economy.
The 135 and 165 hp engine versions are more efficient in terms of fuel consumption as well as being more efficient with Twin Turbo technology. For example, the 165 bg version, despite the additional 15 hp power and 10 Nm extra torque, fuel consumption 1.5 liters / 100km level. This will reduce the fuel consumption in the new Master Van L2H2 165bg * version to less than 7 liters / 100km (equivalent to 6.9 liters / 100km, 180g CO2 / km) *.
Fuel consumption can also be reduced by up to 10% thanks to the ECOmode button, which regulates engine torque and climate / heater settings.
The new Master family also includes a range of new safety and comfort equipment. These include the latest generation of load-sensing Electronic Stability System (ESC), Hill Start Assist and Extended Grip, which optimizes road holding in difficult ground conditions such as snow, mud and sand.
Trailer Anti-Skid, which is activated in the use of drawbar, is also a new equipment offered to customers. The system applies the brakes if any skidding is detected in the trailer and limits the transmission of engine torque until the wobble in the trailer ceases.
The steering system in the Twin Turbo versions of the new Master is equipped with an electric pump to improve maneuverability and easier steering at low speeds. This new steering system allows fuel savings of up to 0,1 liters / 100km *.
Another new feature is the Wide Angle Rear View mirror, which is integrated into the optional passenger side sun visor. This mirror enhances safety by providing unparalleled visibility on the blind spot behind the vehicle.
New Master series, four different lengths, three different heights; Thanks to the 350 version, which can be created with van, combi, chassis cab and platform cab options, it continues to offer customized solutions. These versions are available with front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive for load carrying capacity from 8 to 22 m3. Newly joining the new Master family are the L4H2 and L4H3 van versions with a single wheel rear axle. Long end gear ratios make these versions ideal for long-distance professionals, such as courier companies.
The new Master's front design reflects Renault's new brand identity in the best possible way thanks to its new grille design. Larger and vertically positioned, the logo has become a common feature of all the vehicles that make up the product range of Renault, the European 1998 manufacturer of light commercial vehicles since 1.
New Renault Master, 2014 in Europe in the summer, and in autumn will be offered for sale in Turkey.
Günceleme: 21/12/2018 17:22