The Renault Master is big on pretty much everything. Space, payload, trim level & cab comfort.
Renault says the vehicle offers the most comprehensive array of storage options available today – for instance, there’s a pivoting seatback table, which is ideal for popping on your computer or files, and a clipboard holder on the dashboard is just the thing if you are hopping in and out of the cab making deliveries and getting signatures.
Specifications & Dimensions
Renault's large van has attempted to offer many of the benefits of passenger cars when it comes to driver comfort – ergonomic control, adjustable steering wheel & driver’s seat, increased insulation against noise, & air conditioning.
The Renault Master is available in Front Wheel Drive, Rear Wheel Drive (great for heavy & bulky loads) & even has a Twin Rear Wheel option.
Finally with three heights, four body lengths – a range of colour, & interior options this means there are more than 300 versions to choose from.
Payload - up to 1551kg
Load length - up to 4.383 on the L3 Long Overhang model.
Load height - up to 2048mm
Load volume - up to 17cu/m
Up to 3000kg towing capacity
Euro 6d / VI diesel engines with outputs of 130hp, 135hp, 145hp, 150hp, & 180hp (availability subject to FWD or RWD options)
Quickshift6 automatic option
Fully electric Master ZE now available
Renault Master Drive & Trim
Business & Business+ options provide a broad range of standard equipment. Depending on which you choose, you’ll benefit from:
DAB radio & bluetooth connectivity
Overhead parcel shelf
Pivoting seatback table with underseat storage compartment
12v socket in load area
Rear parking sensors
Fuel Economy & Emissions
Despite being big in size, the Renault Master’s efficient diesel engines mean that its not big on fuel consumption. Combined official figures are as low as 47.9mpg for the 150hp FWD drivetrain, & the same van has Co2 emissions of 156 to 159g/km.
Master Van Reviews
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