Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles have unveiled a selection of new offers available on Kangoo, Kangoo Z.E.33, Trafic and Master. The offers including, free ply-lining, a Z.E. Scrappage offer that can be combined with 0% finance, new contract hire rates with an extremely attractive offer on the Trafic Sport and finally a new EasyLife Plan, offering three years servicing for just £99.
Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles is supporting customers to be ready for business by offering free ply-lining for any panel van. The ply-lining is professionally fitted to all qualifying vehicles and ensures that customers keep their vans in good condition, protecting their investment and their load.
Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles has also unveiled its highly competitive commercial vehicle leasing campaign for February and March. This includes a headline offer on Renault Trafic Sport, just seven pounds per month more than the entry ‘Business’ version. The Sport builds on top of the already generous specification of the Business with key specification and visual cues that differentiate it from the rest of the range including full bulkhead, satellite navigation and 7” touchscreen, metallic paint, alloy wheels, air conditioning, rear parking sensors, cruise control and automatic headlamps and wipers.
Furthermore, there is the inclusion of a bespoke Z.E. Scrappage offer for the Kangoo Z.E.33 all-electric van. Customers can extend their savings by taking advantage of the new Z.E. Scrappage offer of £2,000 off the price of a new van when exchanging any van registered before December 2010. The Scrappage offer is available in conjunction with a 0% Hire Purchase offer over three years with servicing included. The contract hire offer is six months advance rental and £206 per month for three years.
In September last year, the Kangoo Van Z.E. was upgraded from a 20kW battery to 33kW. This extended the range by over 50% to 170 miles (NEDC) whilst maintaining the same payload and performance as the previous version. It also gave it the longest range of any electric commercial vehicle currently available. The charging time was also reduced, from eight hours to six, despite the increased battery capacity.