Renault returns to Commercial Vehicle Show

Renault Returns to Commercial Vehicle Show
Following Renault’s impressive performance as LCV leader in Europe for the 18th consecutive year, and its UK van sales reaching their highest ever level, the brand will return to the NEC in Birmingham from 26th-28th April for the Commercial Vehicle Show 2016.

Prominent

Renault will occupy a prominent position in Hall 5 at what is the most comprehensive road transport and logistics event held in Great Britain. Set to be one of the biggest displays in Hall 5, the Renault stand will use the themes of Design, Technology and Conversions to demonstrate the many attributes of its LCV range.

Vehicles

The stand will showcase 11 vehicles that illustrate the diversity and versatility of the extensive Renault LCV range. Models on display will include the Master LHL35 RWD with a massive 17m³ of load space and the innovative Twizy Cargo and Kangoo Z.E electric vehicles.

Representing the brand’s many official conversions will be the increasingly popular Master-based Welbus and the public debut of the brand new 3.5 tonne Master Passenger that can be driven on a normal driving licence. As with all Renault LCV models,the vehicles on display will come with Renault’s four-year, 100,000-mile warranty with roadside assistance.

Renault’s Euro 6 advancements will be demonstrated via engine exhibits and a Euro 6-compliant Kangoo Panel Van will also be on display.

Delighted

James Boyer, Marketing Director, Groupe Renault UK and Ireland, said: “We’re delighted to once again have a strong presence at the Commercial Vehicle Show and it comes at an incredibly exciting time for everyone with an interest in Renault LCV models as our range is more popular and versatile than it’s ever been.

“With thousands set to visit the NEC for the Commercial Vehicle Show, it presents the perfect opportunity to introduce our existing and new customers to our very latest vehicle developments and also the class-leading aftersales support that we are striving to provide business users with.”