Renault Trafic Panel Van Features, Review And Load Specs
Renault Trafic from Group1 Renault

The Renault Trafic Has Been Discontinued

For years the mainstay cargo workhorse – the beloved Renault Traffic is no longer available in South Africa. Big enough to a major load, versatile enough to carry the most awkward shapes and sizes, yet nimble enough to take you down the narrowest streets and around the tightest corners. The Renault Trafic looks great with a company logo on and drivers love the ergonomic cabin. Need a van like this? Take a look at the used Renault Trafic options or the slightly smaller used Renault Kangoo.

Trafic – Built to Handle it All!

Designed to meet the exacting needs of industry professionals, the Renault Trafic Panel Van’s Reliability is possibly the ultimate answer to all of your transport questions. With its versatility, reliability and load capacity it is able to transport everything from people and plants to heavy parcels and full-load pallets.

Available in a standard height with a long wheelbase format, the Trafic is built to the most stringent Light Commercial vehicle (LCV) standards and is capable of hauling loads of up to 1200kg. Access to the load area is also exceptionally practical, which provides an easy-in-easy-out loading experience.

With its stylish and protective design the Renault Trafic is also exceptionally easy on the eye, which helps your business make a good impression no matter where it is the average man on the street sees you. The highly economic engine and latest vehicle safety technology also help ensure that the 2022 Renault Trafic is top of the LCV pack when it comes to safety and convenience features as well.

Want to know more? Download our Renault Trafic Brochure or please contact our Renault Business Fleet Management Team today and we’ll help introduce you to the mighty Renault Trafic LCV!

Renault Trafic Specials

Take a look at our current Renault Trafic Specials and save yourself even more money when you invest in one of South Africa’s most reliable Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV’s). Alternatively you can also contact us, subscribe to our monthly newsletter or follow us on Facebook if you wish to find out more about our current and future Renault Deals and Promotions.

Renault Trafic Fuel Consumption Chart

Renault Trafic Panel Van Fuel Consumption*

For any business, fuel economy and reliability on the job is an absolute must! This is why Renault built the Trafic to gives it best while still offering a money saving fuel economy:

CO2 Emission: 210 g/km
Urban Fuel Cycle: 9.6 litres per 100km
Extra-urban Fuel Cycle: 6.9 litres per 100km
Combined Fuel Cycle: 7.9 litres per 100km

*Subject to our Fuel Consumption Disclaimer

Renault Trafic Safety Features

The Renault Trafic is always there to guard you and your load against everyday hazards. It does this through a number of innovative systems that can take on and survive even the toughest of conditions. This includes (but is not limited to):

  • Driver’s Airbag
  • Side Impact Bars
  • ABS & EBD (Electronic Brake Distribution)
  • Power Assisted Steering
  • Remote Central Locking
  • Deadlocking
  • R.A.I.D. (Renault Anti Intruder Device)
  • Anchorage Points on Load Floor
  • Alarm and Immobiliser

Renault Trafic Vehicle Dimensions

Generous does not even come close to describing what the Renault Trafic offers with these vehicle dimensions:

  • Wheelbase: 3498mm
  • Overall Length: 5182mm
  • Front Overhang: 833mm
  • Rear Overhang: 851mm
  • Overall Width with Mirrors: 2232mm
  • Height with No Load: 1962mm
  • Ground Clearance (no load): 184mm
  • Ground Clearance (full load): 148mm

Renault Trafic Comfort Features

Comfort and convenience come as part of the package when you drive a Renault Trafic Panel Van. This is all thanks to the following features:

  • Manual Air-conditioning
  • Trip / On-board Computer
  • One Touch Electric Windows
  • Electric Mirrors
  • 20W single CD MP3 radio
  • Full Wheel Covers
  • Full Size Spare Wheel
  • Wraparound Bumpers

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