The third generation Renault Trafic adds slickness and utility. Van operators can't ask for much more, as Jonathan Crouch reports
June Neary checks out Renault's little Twingo
Renault's rear-engined Twingo puts the focus on clever design and opens a new front in the battle for city car honours. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Renault's rear-engined Twingo Dynamique ENERGY 90 offers something very different for under £12k. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Is Renault's entry-level 1.0-litre Twingo worth the money or should you look elsewhere in the range for value? Jonathan Crouch reports.
Renault's little Twizy aims to redefine urban transport. Jonathan Crouch tries it.
Is it a car, a quadricycle or a glorified go-kart? Who cares? Jonathan Crouch loves the Renault Twizy, a model that makes most sense in entry-level Expression form
Renault's ZOE aims to provide an affordable solution to those who quite like the idea of a practical electric car. Jonathan Crouch reports.
Renault's Kadjar crossover is the big brother to the Captur. The French company might have been late to this game but it's catching up fast and is contining to strengthen the model line-up. Jonathan Crouch checks it out.
Renault's Kadjar crossover is the big brother to the Captur. The French company might have been late to this game but it's catching up fast. Jonathan Crouch checks it out.
The Kadjar is Renault's first credible family-sized Crossover model and you have to have it in 1.6-litre dCi 130 form if you want it with 4WD. That's the engine Car & Driving's experts look at here.
A longer Kangoo van should be just what some operators are looking for. Jonathan Crouch checks out the Maxi model in updated 'Phase II' form.
Renault's Kangoo might be more familiar to you as a budget MPV people carrier but this version owes its existence to a commercial vehicle that started off as a slow seller but rapidly became an established favourite, shifting 1.3 million units during its lifespan. The Kangoo van is offered in three distinct flavours - compact, standard and Maxi - but we'll concentrate here on the one that makes up the bulk of the sales, the mid-sized model. Simple, tough and affordable, the Kangoo van more than justifies its market position.
In Phase II guise, Renault's Kangoo Van has evolved into a very complete contender in the compact van sector. Whether you choose diesel or all-electric power, it's an efficient and practical choice. Jonathan Crouch reports
Does Renault's Kangoo van still make sense with electric power? Jonathan Crouch checks out the improved Phase II version of the all-electric Z.E. version.