Recently I had the pleasure of moving house, turns out it’s never as much fun as people say it is. But to help out I had the use of a Renault Master deliver van. This made it easier.
The latest model was launched earlier this year with updates to the style, interior functionality and comfort.
It’s a little climb into the cabin and a grab handle would be appreciated, yet once inside there is plenty of storage places along the dash, under the seats, in the doors and overhead.
Driver’s position is comfortable and there is a new fully integrated 7” touchscreen with navigation and advanced connectivity including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Driving the Master was a breeze with the 2.0l turbo diesel 120 kW engine and 6 speed manual transmission. Despite its size it’s easy to manoeuvre and has cavernous capacity.
Renault Master comes in many choices with two engines, two transmissions, four body lengths and three heights, a wide variety of body types: van, bus and platform cab chassis
Priced from $44,490 plus the usual costs it also comes with capped price service, roadside assistance and a three year unlimited km warranty
Im Rob Fraser
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