We look at some of the key exhibitors at the industry’s biggest van and truck exhibition
Renault’s all-electric Master ZE will take centre stage at the brand’s CV Show stand this year, between April 24 and 26.
Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles have unveiled a selection of new offers available on Kangoo, Kangoo ZE33, Trafic and Master.
Fleets requiring more carrying capacity than a 3.5-tonner can deliver need not feel obliged to go straight to 7.5 tonnes.
Market will ‘tick over’, say Renault and Volvo, although over-supply in the secondhand market remains a cause for concern. John Lewis reports.
The firm purchased the trucks from East Midlands Renault Trucks distributor RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) - having previously bought with them in the past.
Groupe Renault and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Limited have formed a joint venture to manufacture and sell light commercial vehicles in China.
Brighton & Hove Buses has added six Renault Kangoo ZE Vans to their fleet to support the workshop.
Owens Group, the transport and warehousing company, has taken delivery of 50 new Renault Trafic panel vans.
Renault’s new Trafic SpaceClass is now available to order, with pricing from £32,500 excluding VAT.
Renault is offering an automatic version of the Kangoo, featuring its dual-clutch EDC transmission.
Renault has announced pricing and specification for the new fully-electric Kangoo Van ZE 33 which now has a range of 170 miles (NEDC) on a single charge.
Renault is targeting the passenger transport market with the launch of Trafic SpaceClass.
Renault will launch integrated fleet management and predictive maintenance services this year and is continually evaluating its electric offering to stay ahead of the curve in the LCV market, Liam Campbell discovers.
Renault has launched a new version of its Kangoo ZE electric van which offers an official range of 168 miles, which the manufacturer says is equivalent to 125 miles real use.
Renault has demonstrated dynamic wireless electric vehicle charging (DEVC), which allows vehicles to charge while driving.
Second generation electric van increases range by more than 50% with little impact on pricing
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is creating a light commercial vehicle business unit to expand its global presence in this growing segment.
New 3.5-tonne van aims to be future-proof against emissions legislation introduced by Governments and major cities
Groupe Renault has acquired French company Power Vehicle Innovation, with a view to accelerating the growth of its light commercial vehicle business.