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Below are our customer reviews for the Renault Trafic. Want to have your say? Leave a review for the Renault Trafic now.
John Sancey said on June 05 2015
I switched from a VW Transporter to the Trafic and originally I had cold sweat until the day of delivery. I loved my VW but the running cost, repairs, fuel and general maintenance were costing me a couple of days revenue a month. I tried the Ford Custom and I was impressed by the handling, but not as impressed as I am with the Renault. It's super comfy, the seat covers are easy cleanable. The handling is like driving a car even when fully loaded. It doesn't drink much at all ( Newquay to Oxford with £30 diesel). Plenty of gadgets like the hands free kit and sat nav, reversing cam, massive storage, stop/start, eco drive, assisted hand break & impressive loading area. The cab is super quiet, nearly too quiet (can't hear the engine). I'm glad that I have made the switch from VW. You are getting more for your pennies, there is no doubt. I 'll suggest the 120ps twin turbo engine.
Chris Williams said on August 26 2014
Huw Williams said on March 09 2012
Good quality vehicle well priced
Cliff Hook said on January 18 2012
So far so good
Simon Hooke said on October 21 2011
Looks very nice - seems to drive well, but only had it for a few hours.
It is fair to say that the Renault Trafic Swb Special Edition SL27dCi 115 Sport Crew Van is aimed at the business that requires the transportation of people as well as goods. The downside to having an extra row of seats is that it eats away into the load space. Through clever design however, Renault have equipped the Renault Trafic with adequate room for both.
The Renault Trafic can transport a payload of 962Kg and gives the driver 115bhp to work with. This gives a torque rating of 290Nm at revs of 1600rpm. Moving people and the payload will not be an issue thanks to this rating, and the motorway will not be an issue if distance travel is involved.
Payload wise, the dimensions of the loading area are quite good to. The length measures 1435mm, height 1387mm, and width is 1690mm narrowing to 1268mm at the wheel arches. The Renault Trafic can easily accommodate a Euro pallet or two, and with a crew of six it should be fairly easy to load it on and off the van. All in all, the load volume on the Renault Trafic scores 3.22m3.
The cab features a very similar layout to Renault cars and it serves the Renault Trafic well. Everything is where it needs to be on the van and storage options are sensible too. The gear stick is dashboard mounted, though it still impedes into the middle passenger's personal space. The stereo controls are sensibly placed on the steering wheel and one button can lock all the doors.
Fuel consumption is an impressive 34.2 miles per gallon, so the Renault Trafic will not eat into the profit and loss sheet in terms of costs too much. As it is capable of carrying six people as well, there is no need for an additional vehicle to carry the three workers that could not fit into a more conventionally designed panel van, and so additional savings can be made in that regard too.
The features inside the cab are impressive too, the stereo is MP3 compatible and the glove box is cooled, so keeping a can of drink cool is straight forward. The steering wheel and drivers seat is adjustable to suit the drivers needs, and to protect the passengers from the load, Renault has given the Renault Trafic a full bulkhead.
The Renault Trafic is a market leader in its class, and with the design and features it is not hard to see why.
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