There is some good news all the way from Delhi, India in the form of the new seven-seater Renault Triber. Renault has made a bold move expanding their range in the hotly contested crossover market. The Triber is a modified version of the Renault Kwid’s CMF-A platform and will be vying for top spot against the likes of the Honda BR-V, Suzuki Ertiga and Toyota Avanza.
South Africans can celebrate in style with the newest elegant and sophisticated Renault Koleos SUV. It’s known to markets locally and abroad for the exceptional traveling comfort as well as an extensive range of equipment and all-terrain ability. In addition, the latest phase prominently features a refined and sophisticated front grille featuring Renault’s latest styling identity.
Renault South Africa has officially launched its latest SUV crossover the Kadjar in South Africa. Not only does this add another major model to the brand’s arsenal of seductive vehicles, but it also offers the discerning South African driver a little something different. This is exactly why we thought it a good idea to introduce the country to 10 amazing facts that all potential buyers should know about this exceptional car.
Four-wheel drive vehicles in South Africa are immensely popular, but it is not always easy to pick the one you want. But that is all about to change thanks to the new Renault Kadjar 4WD which is scheduled to launch in SA sometime in the early part of 2016.
The Renault Kadjar is a stylish new mid-size crossover that is based on the same automotive engineering platform as the Nissan Qashqai. It is even rumoured that thanks to the sharing of safety and tech features the two vehicles have up to 60 per cent of their parts in common, however due to some imaginative Renault design work 95 per cent of what you see and feel in the new Kadjar is a complete Renault driving experience. Want to see why this is? Then watch this British review of the new Renault Kadjar below: