The best technology with more power and reduced fuel consumption
New Renault Master succeeds in reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions while improving performance. The new Energy dCi 135 engine and Energy dCi 165 offer more power and can save up to 7.3mpg. With Twin Turbo technology, combined with Stop & Start and ESM (Energy Smart Management-energy recovery during deceleration), New Master consumes 40.9mpg.
The Twin Turbo technology allows a diesel engine to combine low-end torque and high power, giving driving pleasure. With this system, the engine always operates within its optimum performance ranges, giving the immediate benefit of a reduction in consumption, CO2 emissions, and increased efficiency.
Optimum visibility, ergonomic controls, adjustable driving position, many storage places and an accessible cabin all exudes professionalism. Spacious, bright, comfortable, it feels good, all the air conditioning and soundproofing give a pleasant and relaxing journey.
When stopped, it turns into an office: a pivoting table lets you put your computer or files down; a writing tablet to complete your slips and ample storage space in the cabin allow you to have all your work tools on hand
Either make an enquiry and one of our Renault car specialists will be in touch. Alternatively please visit our Ballymena or Eglinton showrooms today for more information or simply call us;
Renault Ballymena - 028 2544 0049
Renault Eglinton - 028 7122 0507
BUSINESS USERS ONLY. Finance provided by Renault Finance, PO Box 149, Watford WD17 1FJ. Subject to status Guarantees and indemnities may be required. You must be 18 or over and a UK resident (excluding Isle of Man and Channel Islands) Contract Hire rates are based on 10,000 miles per annum and 48 months (6+47 rental). At the end of the contract you will not own the vehicle. Further charges may apply subject to mileage and condition at end of contract. Terms and conditions apply. Contract hire rates exclude VAT. Non-maintenance offers available on new vehicles when ordered and registered by 30/09/2017.