Renault has expanded their Koleos range with a Black Edition that sits between the Zen and Intens 4×2.
“The Koleos Black Edition marks a design highlight in the wider range,’” says Glen Sealey, General Manager, Renault Australia.
“While SUVs are, by far, the most popular vehicle choice for families, that doesn’t mean you have to leave style out of the buying process. We feel the Black Edition allows for style and practicality in one compelling package.”
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In addition to the Zen variant’s already healthy equipment list, the Black Edition gains 19” dark-grey alloys, gloss black roof rails & door mirrors, sidesteps, ‘Limited’ badging, French flags on the B-pillar, a hands-free powered tailgate and a choice of metallic paint colours including Black (naturally), Grey, or Universal White.
Interior features include black leatherette upholstery with yellow stitching, matte carbon-look interior trim, 8.7” central touchscreen in portrait format and ‘Limited’ badging on the chrome door sills.
The Koleos Black Edition is strictly limited to 400 units and is currently available at a stunning national drive-away price of $42,000.
Other changes to the MY22 Koleos range see the new Easy Life Package become available for the Zen variant.
This pack includes a hands-free powered tailgate and 8.7” touchscreen in portrait format, and is available for $2,000.
|Koleos||Life 4×2 2.5L Petrol CVT||$33,590|
|Zen 4×2 2.5L Petrol CVT||$37,390|
|Black Edition 4×2 2.5L Petrol CVT||$40,090|
|Intens 4×2 2.5L Petrol CVT||$43,890|
|Intens 4×4 2.5L Petrol CVT||$46,390|
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