The C430.32 is an ideal hookloader vehicle with excellent driveline and great space in the cab.
Lightness of touch on accelerator helps post close to official fuel consumption figures
Tim Campbell's review of the Renault T reveals that the flat floor and high cab make it ideal for long-haul fleet operators.
Renault’s biggest van becomes more environmentally friendly with the introduction of an electric version. By Simon Harris
Renault Trucks D Range offers UK distribution customers a competitive option to the more traditional offerings.
The Renault Kangoo has extended its range by half as much without a drop in payload or cargo volume.
New 3.5-tonne van aims to be future-proof against emissions legislation introduced by Governments and major cities
No standard sat-nav, but a range of upgrades and new fleet-friendly models redress balance with rivals
New engines help revised panel van range remain competitive with class leaders
Revised van features updated exterior, redesigned cabin and new engines
Our little Kangoo Compact is now safely back at Renault HQ waiting for its next assignment with another journalist.
Regular readers will already know that we recently swapped our old Renault Kangoo Maxi for a Compact version – essentially a Maxi with the back end cut off.
Strictly speaking the Renault Trafic on test here – the glitzy Sport model – isn’t a fleet vehicle.
Fresh Kangoo offers a whole lot of fleet choices - our new long-termer combines chunky looks with low running costs. And five seats too
Renault has added style and substance to its heavy panel van with the launch of its new range
The Renault Trafic may be built at Vauxhall’s IBC plant in Luton but there’s no doubt that the original design is pure Renault – it looks almost as French as a snail baguette.
At a time when small vans are getting both bigger and smaller, Renault has joined the fray with a new pair of vehicles that are a quantum leap forward in the sector.
Things have changed but driving this Renault Trafic brings back memories
Renault has a plan – and Britain’s van fleets will play a crucial role in making it succeed