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Renault Trafic Passenger: prices, specification and CO2 emissions

Renault Trafic Passenger

The updated Renault Trafic Passenger is now available to order, priced from £28,750 (ex VAT).

It features an updated interior, improved driver assistance systems and new technology.

The Trafic Passenger provides seating for nine, across three rows, and up to 1,800 litres of luggage space.

Two wheelbase lengths are offered, SWB and LWB, along with Business or Sport trim levels.

Renault Trafic Passenger interior

All models feature LED front headlamps, DAB radio with Bluetooth connectivity, electric front windows and side mirrors, plus cruise control with speed limiter, and remote central locking.

The Trafic Passenger Sport – available from £39,506 OTR – features automatic headlights and wipers, metallic paint with body coloured front bumper, 17-inch alloy wheels, tinted windows and electric folding mirrors.

A new instrument panel houses a 4.2-inch TFT colour display and clear dials on Sport models (3.5-inch black and white display on Business specification), while a new eight-inch touchscreen sits in the driver’s eye line, supplemented by a row of piano-touch keys located just below for further vehicle controls.

The Easy Link system features connected navigation services for three years, and includes Google search for places of interest, live traffic information and weather forecasts. An optional wireless smartphone charger is also available.

Renault Trafic Passenger seats

Driver aids, including adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring and Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, are offered alongside a parking assist system and reversing camera.

The new Trafic Passenger is powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine, available in three states of tune. The dCi 110 – fitted as standard on all models with a six-speed manual transmission – produces 110PS and 320Nm, returning up to 39.8mpg and emitting 186g/km of CO2.

The dCi 150 variant is available with a six-speed manual or six-speed EDC dual-clutch automatic transmission. The manual variant returns up to 39.2mpg and 185g/km, while the EDC achieves 38.2mpg and 194g/km.

The most powerful dCi 170 engine is available exclusively with EDC, producing 170PS and 380Nm. It can return up to 37.7mpg combined and has CO2 emissions from 196g/km. This powertrain is reserved for Trafic Passenger Sport models.




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