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Drive the Renault range at CCIA 2018

Company Car In Action 2018

Renault will showcase a range of vehicles at Company Car In Action (CCIA) 2018 – the UK’s biggest driving event for fleet decision makers and influencers.

Taking place on Millbrook Proving Ground’s multiple, purpose-built, test tracks on June 12-13, Renault will have a range of vehicles from its line-up available to test drive. These include the 100% electric Zoe, All-New Koleos, Captur and Kadjar crossovers, Scénic and Grand Scénic MPVs, and Mégane hatchback.

Click here to register to attend this free event.

Mark Dickens, Renault’s head of fleet sales operations and remarketing, said: “Company Car In Action is an extremely important event in our calendar as it gives us a chance to showcase our range with industry experts and fleet managers. Renault holds a strong position in the fleet sector and it’s important we stay at the forefront. We’re looking forward to being at Millbrook and meeting delegates.”

The thrills will be supplied by the New Mégane RS 280, Renault Sport’s latest flagship model that will be offering high-speed passenger laps. With 280PS, it combines straight-line performance with agility.

The Zoe, in Dynamique trim, offers a comprehensive standard specification, which includes hands-free keycard, automatic lights and wipers, rear parking sensors, cruise control, climate control, Android Auto-enabled 7-inch R-Link infotainment system with voice-controlled TomTom satnav, and LED Daytime Running Lights. All of this, in addition to its impressive real-world range and affordable pricing, has unsurprisingly made the Zoe the best-selling electric car in Europe.

The All-New Koleos will be available to test drive in its latest incarnation, the top-of-the-range Initiale Paris. This luxurious trim level – including two-tone Nappa leather, hands-free parking, exclusive two-tone alloy wheels, heated and ventilated seats, powered automatic tailgate, full LED headlights, opening panoramic sunroof and more – is available for testing with the dCi 175 engine and 4WD Auto X-Tronic transmission.

The Renault Captur will available to drive in both manual and auto transmissions. Both vehicles on display are featured in its sporty GT-Line trim with heated front seats, 17-inch alloy wheels, light harmony touches to the interior, front and rear parking sensors, TomTom LIVE satnav, and reverse parking camera.

The Kadjar completes the crossover range and will be shown in Signature trim, with 19-inch diamond cut alloy wheels, Bose sound system, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, panoramic roof and more.

The Scénic and Grand Scénic will be on display in Dynamique S and Signature trims respectively – the Grand Scénic available to drive with the dCi 110 Hybrid Assist engine. Both models, as with all grades of Scénic and Grand Scénic, come with Active Emergency Braking System and Pedestrian Detection as standard.

The Renault Zoe will also be on display at the event’s EV zone, where attendees can get a close-up look of the car and speak to experts about the Zoe’s technology and features.

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