Renault’s Trafic range is already one of the most reliable and satisfying vans to own, and now a new ‘Air Con Plus’ option pack means this practical and stylish load-carrier looks set to keep the driver even cooler under pressure, whatever the weather.
Since its launch in 2001, the Trafic has continued to be one of the best-selling light commercial vehicles in Europe, due in no small part to its great combination of comprehensive equipment, driving pleasure, innovative styling and keen pricing. And, the range’s appeal will widen even further with the launch of a new ‘Air Con Plus’ pack, giving additional equipment and even greater value for money.
Rather than launching a special edition for a limited period, the new pack is available to order now across the full Trafic range (excluding off-the-shelf conversions and air conditioning incompatibility on vehicles with optional Power Take Off) and puts Renault’s highly-rated medium-sized van head-to-head with rivals such as the Vauxhall Vivaro Sportive and Ford Transit Executive.
The ‘Air Con Plus’ pack consists of air conditioning with pollen filter and heat reflecting windscreen, electric windows/door mirrors, and "Lightning Silver" metallic paint all for £500 plus VAT, giving a total saving of £725 when buying the items separately. For increased choice, customers can take advantage of the special pack’s cost savings but specify a non-metallic paint for the same price if they wish.
As well as looking cool inside the cabin, drivers will also be able to boost their external street cred by opting for specially discounted alloy wheels with locking wheel nuts at £585 including VAT and fitting for a limited period.
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