Renault has updated its van range with more specification and Euro 6 emissions-compliant engines.
Several of the new units, available across the Kangoo, Trafic and Master line-ups, produce more power and are more efficient than their Euro 5 equivalents. They are being introduced ahead of emissions regulation changes in September 2016.
Kangoo variants now offer more different models than in Euro 5 specification and all include a Nitrous Oxide (NOx) trap to improve emissions. The Energy engines in Kangoo Maxi models offer combined cycle fuel consumption of up to 62.8mpg.
The mid-sized Trafic now has an increased choice, including variants available for the first time with an Energy dCi 95 engine, described as the most cost-effective engine. Trafic engines are generally now 5bhp more powerful than their predecessors.
Similarly the larger Master models are between 5-10hp more powerful than the Euro 5 equivalents, and have added some 40 extra variants, including the addition of a new Business+ trim level.
New variants of the Master Crew Van, including a long-wheelbase model, and a rear-wheel-drive panel van in both single and twin-turbo engines, add further to the Master line-up.
All of the new models now include an alarm as standard equipment, reacting to more stringent security criteria in the latest LCV insurance ratings.
Kangoo prices start from £14,150, the Trafic from £19,325 and the Master from £22,270, all excluding VAT.