The Renault Master is an upper-medium size van produced by the French manufacturer Renault since 1980, now in its third generation. Over its lifetime several different body styles have been available, from the standard van to bigger models with an increased load area, height, and longer-wheelbases with an LWB prefix. Panel vans are very common, but pickups are also available. For all versions, the producer has introduced a facelift Master at the 2014 Commercial Vehicle Show in the United Kingdom.
The Renault Master facelift shows an updated grille with a larger Renault emblem. The other modifications are limited. However, the Master will be available in four lengths and different configurations including a panel van, a crew cab, a platform cab and a chassis cab. The facelift Master is powered by a 2.3-liter dCi engine that develops 110 PS (81 kW), 125 PS (92 kW), 135 PS (99 kW) and 165 PS (121 kW). So we have a more powerful Master. All models equipped with 165 PS (121 kW) engine will consume 1.5 L/100km less than its predecessor. The tires should be 225/75 r16C and 235/75 r16c.
The Renault Master is equipped with an ECOmode system that optimizes the engine and climate control system for more fuel efficiency, saving up to 10 percent. There's also an improved power steering system that lowers the fuel consumption and makes turning at low speeds easier. The vehicle benefits of new safety systems such as Hill Start Assist, Electronic Stability Control, Trailer Swing Assist and an Extended Grip system. They will all optimize traction when driving on snow, sand or mud. So, the Renault Master facelift is ready to confront every possible situation.
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