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Renault Trafic Swb Diesel Sl27 Energy Dci 125 Sport Nav Van

Overview:

Mileage: 10
Trans: Manual
Body: Van
Year: 18/18
Colour: Magma red - Solid
Fuel Type: Diesel

OUR PRICE: £16,495 + VAT

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Quote Reference Number: 0NR-506250

Specification

"This is a great opportunity. This Trafic van has been registered by the dealership but never driven on the road. This makes a great opportunity to save £££££ but also feel like your buying a new van. There is no catch. The vans come already ply lined and have great specification. Specification like Sat Nav, rear parking sensors, A/C, cruise control and lots more. We have a variety of colors available so call Renault Nottingham while stocks last."

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Tom Garratt, CMA General Manager

Renault Nottingham

Key Features
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cruise Control
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Alloy Wheels
  • DAB Radio
  • Bluetooth
  • Parking Sensors
  • Low Mileage
  • Full Service History
  • USB
Specification
Body Glass
Electric front windows with one touch drivers window
Brakes
ABS +EBD
ESC + Hill start assist
Driver Convenience
Rear parking distance sensor
Cruise control with speed limiter
Driver Information
Trip computer
Gearshift indicator
Driving Mirrors
Electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors
Body coloured door mirrors
Wide angle door mirrors
Engine
80 litre fuel tank
Exterior Body Features
Chrome front grille
Roof bar fixings
Body coloured front bumper + tail light column and door rail
Exterior Lights
Automatic head lights + windscreen wipers + front fog lights
Interior Features
Leather steering wheel
Reach and rake adjustable steering column
Glovebox
12V socket
Dashboard storage compartments
Java cloth upholstery
Smartphone cradle
Interior Lights
2 Reading lights
Load Area
Load anchorage points
Safety
Drivers airbag
Height adjustable seatbelts with pretensioners
3 point height adjustable seatbelts with pretensioners
Seats
Driver seat lumbar support
Driver's armrest
Height adjustable drivers seat
Security
Electronic immobiliser
Remote central locking and deadlocking
Alarm pre - wiring
Alarm

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Features

Ten Second Review

In third-generation form, the Renault Trafic is bigger and better finished than before. There's a choice of two lengths and two roof heights for the panel vans and the cabins have been designed to function as mobile offices. The powerplants on offer are either a 1.6 turbodiesel or a 1.6 twin turbodiesel, both engines available with two different power outputs.

Background

Renault's Trafic is one of those vehicles that has quietly inveigled itself into an almost invisible ubiquity. They're everywhere, but are such a part of the automotive landscape that they barely register. Unless, that is, you're looking to run a fleet of vans and then the Trafic registers front and centre of your buying decision and has done since it first appeared in Renault dealers back in 1981. That first generation model is still doing sterling service under licence in India as a TATA Winger but was replaced here in 2001 with a second generation model that saw service for thirteen years. In 2015, this third generation model waded into the fray against rivals like the Volkswagen Transporter and the Ford Transit Custom, not to mention its design siblings, the Vauxhall Vivaro, the Fiat Talento and the Nissan NV300.

Driving Experience

Renault passenger vehicles have embraced the idea of the downsized turbocharged engine to boost efficiency and now the commercials follow suit. The engines that power the Trafic are both relatively small 1.6-litre turbodiesel units but punch above their weight. Most buyers will be drawn to the single turbo 1.6-litre unit, available in either dCi 90 or dCi 115 power outputs. In order to match the sort of grunt Mercedes can deliver with its rival Vito, Renault also debuts the Energy dCi 120 and 140 engines. Powered by two turbochargers working together, these engines combine excellent performance with decent fuel economy. From just 1,500rpm, the Energy dCi 120 cranks out a hefty peak torque of 320Nm, while the dCi 140 variant delivers 340Nm so there's plenty of muscle even if you're loaded to the roof. Renault claims that these power and torque figures are what you would have previously expected from a 2.0-litre engine in this class and that view is borne out by the figures. A Volkswagen Transporter, for instance, comes in 84 and 102PS power outputs at the entry level, while the Trafic now comes in 90 and 125PS guises, so it's even better than Renault's word. The driving position, though not as lofty as in some models, nevertheless affords a decent view up the road. You get big door mirrors to help with manoeuvring and tried and tested transmissions.

Design and Build

True, there's only so much a van designer can do with a rectangular box with a wheel at each corner, but there's clearly been a concerted effort to distinguish the Trafic from the workaday LCV norm. As is the vogue with current Renaults, you get an outsized bonnet badge, flanked in this instance by a black trim strip and a pair of huge headlight pods that seem to have started climbing towards the windscreen pillars. The outside of the Trafic isn't the big story here though. Renault has really gone to work on the cabin. Gone are the expanses of uninspiring grey plastics, with higher-end versions getting a chromed console surround, along with a chromed gear lever knob and chrome-finished front speaker trims, plus lidded dashboard stowage and Java upholstery. Much improved seats offer more shape and higher density foam padding. The front bench seat incorporates lateral strengthening for both the seat cushions and passenger seat backs. Comfort is further enhanced by the inclusion of an armrest built into the door panel. Compared with the previous generation Trafic II, the driver's seat cushion has been lowered by 36mm, while the seat back is more reclined in order to get closer to the sort of driving position associated with MPVs. Combined with the height- and reach-adjustable steering wheel, the number of ways the seat can be adjusted (height, fore-aft and seat back angle) enables the driver to find the most comfortable position. Thanks to a pump system, the height of the driving position can be adjusted through a range of 60mm.

Market and Model

The Trafic is offered in two body lengths and two roof heights and now features a range of up to ten different paint finishes, which makes a change from a choice of silver or white. As well as solid finishes like Glacier White, Laser Red, Mole Grey and Bamboo Green, there's a metallic palette that comprises Copper, Oyster Grey, Mercury, Stone, Panorama Blue and Jet Black. Prices start at just over £18,000 and there are 'Business', 'Business+' and 'Sport' trim levels across a range of four diesel engines, including the twin-turbo ENERGY dCi 120 and 140 units, plus the older dCi 90 and dCi 115 powerplants. The entry-level audio/infotainment system features a DIN radio complete with Bluetooth hands-free and a fascia-mounted USB port and AUX-in socket. Another USB port is provided if you choose the optional mobile phone cradle. The premium audio set-up available combines with the Renault R-Link Evolution multimedia system, incorporating a slot for an SD card to enable mapping management, the reading of audio tracks and display of photos on the seven-inch display. R & GO is an app for both Android and Apple that allows smart 'phones and tablets to talk to the vehicle, performing 3D navigation, hands-free telephone, multimedia control and display the vehicle's trip computer. Renault has clearly though long and hard about how commercial vehicles are used these days.

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Performance

Performance
Performance
0 to 60N
0 to 6211.9
BHP125
Engine Power KW92
Engine Power RPM3500
Engine Torque LBS.FT236
Engine Torque MKG32.6
Engine Torque NM320
Engine Torque RPM1500
PS
Top Speed108

Go Green

Green Stats
Emissions
CON
CO2155
HCN
HC+NOxN
Noise Level dB(A)N
NOxN
ParticlesN
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
Fuel Consumption
EC
EC Combined47.2
EC Extra Urban50.9
EC Urban42.1
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