Renault launches EasyLife service plan

Three-year pack includes warranty and roadside assistance.


Renault‘s Pro+ Commercial Vehicle division is launching a new service and warranty plan dubbed EasyLife, which is now available on all new Renault commercial vehicles.

Described as ‘a comprehensive peace-of-mind offering’, the EasyLife Pack is said to guarantee that the van will be maintained by officially trained technicians using genuine Renault parts, diagnostic tools and equipment.

Owners will pay £99 for the pack, which lasts for three years and covers one service after two years or 25,000 miles, whichever occurs first. Renault says that buying the pack will save an owner up to £560 compared to previous prices.

The pack is usable in any of Renault’s 160 dealers and will be offered to all retail buyers of LCVs and certain eligible fleet customers. Both the cost of the EasyLife Pack servicing plans and extensions into a fourth year can be added to the customer’s finance agreement.

Extensions available

The Warranty and Roadside Assistance section can be extended for a fourth year for £300, or alternatively the Servicing and Warranty for £400. A fourth year of all three sections is available for £500.

The warranty is over three years/100,000 miles. The Roadside Assistance section covers home, recovery and onward travel and promises to help the customer and their vehicle get to any single location in the UK mainland or Northern Ireland.

Renault UK managing director Vincent Tourette believes that by launching the EasyLife Pack the brand is making the customer’s relationship with their car as simple and as easy as possible.

“The EasyLife Pack allows our customers to save money on their servicing, manage future costs and ensure their vehicle is maintained by authorised, trained and professional staff in one of our nationwide retailers,” Tourette 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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