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Here’s what tradies will love about Renault Trafic

Function over all is every tradie’s mantra. Whether they’re on the move or on site, having the right vehicle for the job is a must.

Enter Renault Trafic – a van that combines plentiful space and versatility with enough juice to keep a tradie’s productivity high. For a business owner who needs a few vehicles, Trafic’s features make it the ideal addition to any fleet.

On the move

Tradies love to have their tools and materials easily accessible, and with Trafic, that’s a piece of cake.

The van sports a best-in-category load length of up to 4.15m giving tradies enough space to fit power tools, timber, fixings, boxes – you name it.

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Should a tradie need to secure their goods there’s 14 anchoring points throughout the cargo area, as well as a 12v power socket should they need a power source.

This space doesn’t come at the cost of Trafic’s size, however, with a compact height of 1.97m making for a convenient fit.

Front, rear, and side parking sensors and a rear-view camera ensure parking Trafic is also a breeze.

Renault Trafic has tradies’ backs for when they need space off the tools as well.

It delivers the highest quality comfort up-front, with modular seating allowing tradies to make room for their team, or configure into a portable office.

The professional interiors don’t end with the seating either, with Trafic sporting the latest in dash tech via wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to keep tradies fully connected to their various devices.

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Power on the road

When on the road, Renault Trafic is a dream come true. A turbo-charged 2.0L engine delivers 125kW of power and 380Nm of torque giving the van the oomph it needs to traverse worksites and roads alike. But all this power doesn’t come at the expense of efficiency, Trafic has a combined cycle fuel consumption of just 6.5L/100km with the EDC automatic gearbox.

Pairing that with an 80L fuel tank and class-leading 1 year/30,000km service intervals means owners can rely on a van with best-in-class driving range.

A core priority for Renault was to make Trafic as safe as possible, and it does so with 10 new driving assistance systems. Trafic is loaded with new safety tech such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and active emergency braking, as well as traffic sign recognition and blind spot warning.

Whether tradies are on the tools or off them, Renault Trafic is equipped to be the ultimate asset.

Don’t miss out on Renault’s latest offer: national fleet pricing is available for ABN holders for a limited time, must end June 30.

Renault Trafic starts from $49,000 before on-road costs.

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