The Renault Kangoo isn't a new name in the small van marketplace but with a recent facelift it’s a very strong competitor for the likes of the Citroen Berlingo and Volkswagen Caddy.
Although the name has been used for a Renault van before, this van is all-new. It’s available in a choice of two lengths (ML and LL) meaning that you’ll be able to choose a new Renault Kangoo that is exactly suited to your load-carrying requirements. The van can take a payload of up to 914kg, perfect for those who need their van to carry some serious weight, but where the load volume of a medium or large van isn’t required.
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Why Lease A Renault Kangoo?
Leasing a Renault Kangoo small van is a hassle-free way to get a new small van without having to pay any hidden costs or fees. You can choose to pay a lower initial rental payment at the start and customise your contract length, annual mileage, and model type to suit your needs. You can also add servicing and maintenance as an optional extra. And when your lease is over, you simply return the vehicle and upgrade to another brand-new van lease.
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Kangoo Specifications & Dimensions
The Renault Kangoo is available with various power units. There’s a choice of 95HP or 115HP diesels, or if your preference is for petrol you can opt for a 100HP engine. The Renault Kangoo E-Tech is an electric van, powered by a 90kW electric motor providing an official range of 186 miles between charges.
All Kangoo (diesel, petrol and electric) models have service intervals of every two years or 24,000 miles, and a 3-year / 100,000-mile warranty. The all-electric Kangoo E-Tech has 8 years of cover for the battery, the capacity of which is guaranteed not to fall below 70% of its original capacity in that time.
The back end is accessed by twin rear and twin side loading doors. Load lengths are 1806mm and 2230mm for the ML and LL, respectively, giving the van either 3.3 or 4.2 cubic metres of load volume.
Small van users often don’t need a huge amount of payload, but with the Kangoo offering up to 850kg on the ML and 914kg on the longer version of the van, you’re covered in case you have cause to carry some serious weight on occasion. Even the heavier L2 Kangoo E-Tech is capable of carrying a respectable payload of 764kg.
Renault Kangoo Trims And Models Available
You can lease a Renault Kangoo at two trim levels - ‘Start’ and ‘Advance’. ‘Start’ includes air conditioning as part of the standard specification, together with a DAB radio and Bluetooth connectivity. You also get cruise control and automatic headlights and wipers. If you move up to ‘Advance’, you’ll find an 8-inch touchscreen in the cab, which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, reverse parking sensors, an electronic rear view mirror and a Thatcham alarm system.
Fuel Economy & Emissions
Renault quotes an official combined fuel consumption figure of 53.3mpg for the LL 95PS diesel Kangoo. Co2 emissions are 139g/km.
What Other Vans Does The Kangoo Compete With?
Being a small van, the Renault Kangoo competes with a variety of vans, including some big names - primarily the Ford Transit Courier, Volkswagen Caddy, Nissan Townstar, Mercedes-Benz Citan and the Stellantis small vans (Citroen Berlingo, Peugeot Partner, Fiat Doblo and Vauxhall Combo).
Renault Kangoo FAQs
What engine is in the Renault Kangoo?
The Renault Kangoo is powered by either a Euro 6d compliant 1.3-litre petrol engine with a power output of 100HP or a 1.5 litre diesel unit providing either 95HP or 115HP. The electric E-Tech version is powered by a 90kW electric motor.
Where is the Renault Kangoo built?
The Renault Kangoo is built in a factory at Maubeuge in Northern France.
How big is a Renault Kangoo?
The Renault Kangoo ML has an overall length of 4486mm, and the LL is 4910mm long. Both vans are 2159mm wide, including the mirrors, and the van is 1864mm high when unladen.
Is the Kangoo the smallest Renault van?
No, the Zoe (an all electric car-derived van) is the smallest van produced by Renault.
How long is the warranty on a Renault Kangoo?
Renault Kangoo vans come with a 3-year or 100,000-mile warranty as standard.