CV Show – Renault converts van users


Renault has provided CV Show visitors with clear evidence of the diversity and versatility of the French brand’s light commercial vehicle range.

LCV users attending the event at the NEC in Birmingham have been able to walk through a Renault pavilion in which were displayed a total of 17 modified versions of the Master, Trafic, Kangoo and even the Twizy.

Renault says that the display has emphasised the bespoke conversion possibilities the company is able to offer to meet the needs of any customer, including two electric models on display – the Kangoo Z.E. Panel Van and Twizy delivery vehicle.

Every vehicle displayed in Birmingham will be available by July 2015, with Renault’s four-year, 100,000-mile warranty with roadside assistance.

Renault says that it is able to satisfy around 75 per cent of the conversion demands of customers straight from its factories, while a network of 30 UK-based Approved Converters build specialist vehicles on demand to the manufacturer’s standards.

Converted Renault vans are available from any of Renault’s 151 UK sales and service outlets, while 38 Renault Pro+ dealers specialise in business sales, including converted vehicles.

According to Renault UK LCV Product Manager Steve Wilson, the brand recognises that every business is unique and has specific requirements and is committed to providing vehicles to fit those needs.

“We try to tailor our range to suit the greatest needs with our factory-built conversions so there is only one invoice and one contact, but for customers who require something more specific to their needs, our network of Approved Converters is skilled in building specialist and bespoke converted vehicles,” Wilson says.

Andrew Charman
Andrew Charman
Andrew is the News and Road Test Editor for The Van Expert. He is a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, and has been testing and writing about new cars and vans for more than 20 years, and attends many new model launches each year.

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