Renault people mover




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    Renault people mover

    Renault people mover

    If that sounds like a glass-half-empty statement then the Renault Trafic Crew at least tries to gun for a positive half-full outlook. Open the twin barn doors and the square space is absolutely huge. But these days tradespeople are buying dual-cab utes with a back seat for the younger part of the family, even if they might not use it off-road. There's also an exclusive shade of grey paint, colour-coded bumpers, gloss black detailing, and inch alloy wheels. However, none come with six seats and all of the Ford Ranger crew compromise load space.

    Renault people mover

    Renault people mover

    Renault people mover

    Renault people mover

    Renault people mover

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    Everything in life is a compromise. If that sounds like a glass-half-empty statement then the Renault Trafic Crew at least tries to gun for a positive half-full outlook. But these days tradespeople are buying dual-cab utes with a back seat for the younger part of the family, even if they might not use it off-road. However, none come with six seats and all of the Ford Ranger crew compromise load space.

    Renault people mover

    Enter the Trafic Crew. It has no off-road pretension and it claims no mighty towing capacity just two tonnes, as an aside. It is also massive at 5.

    No rugged, butch dual-cab here. This Renault also, however, offers two rows of three seats, a gutsy yet economical turbo-diesel engine, and yet it still offers litres of boot space. A proper people mover such as the Honda Odyssey manages less than a tenth of that — just L.

    Renault people mover

    The question is, of course, whether the Renault Trafic Crew can mix the tradie utility of a Ranger with the space and versatility of an Odyssey to be seen as a fine blend; or just a sore compromise? Apparently all SUV buyers love a high driving position. With a short, stubby bonnet and extraordinarily tall door trims leading to vinyl flooring, there is never any doubt that this is absolutely a commercial van. However, that is not the end of the story. The dashboard offers plenty of storage spots, and the textured hard plastic trim is actually both nicely stylised and neatly screwed together in native France.

    It blends panache missing from most utes, with clever touches such as a smartphone holder, which is brilliant. The front seats are also warm and supportive, although the mixture of cloth trim with heating is an odd addition, and it should be noted that the Trafic tested did not feature the no-cost-option front centre seat to move from being a five to six seater.

    More attention has been paid to storage, with cavities under each of the back trio being one handy addition. Where the Trafic can happily keep its commercial van origins firmly in tact is behind the second-row bulkhead. Open the twin barn doors and the square space is absolutely huge.

    Renault people mover

    Forget the dual-cab, then; a family with dirt bikes in the garage could comfortably drive them into the back cavity of this mighty van-with-seats. This Renault is semi-premium up front, and rough-and-tumble behind. On paper it seems like — to be polite — an optimistic selection, especially with just kW of power at rpm and Nm of torque at rpm.

    Clearly a duo of turbochargers have been used not to achieve soaring outputs, but rather smother kW and Nm all over the rev band. Wearing sensible aspect inch tyres, the Trafic is obviously no handling superstar.

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