Renault is expanding its Dutch commercial vehicle range with the Express. The prices of the simpler brother of the new Kangoo are now known. The Express will be at the dealers from May.
Renault will only bring the new Kangoo to the Netherlands as a commercial vehicle and the Express, which is completely new for the European market, will meet the same fate. The Express is in fact a modernized variant of the Dacia Dokker on which Renault has put its own logos. The orderer comes to our country with both petrol and diesel engines and has a starting price of € 12,990.
For those just under 13 grand, of course excluding VAT and bpm, you get the Renault Express with 100 hp 1.3 TCe petrol engine. It concerns the entry-level version Generique. Prefer the Comfort version? This is also possible, although in that case you will have lost € 13,850. Top version Comfort + changes owner in combination with the 1.3 TCe from € 15,050.
Of course, Renault also supplies the Express with diesel engines. The 75 hp Blue dCi 75 is available as Generique, Comfort and Comfort + and costs € 14,050, € 14,850 and € 16,650 successively. The strongest diesel version is the Blue dCi that sends 95 hp to the front wheels. This is only available as Comfort and Comfort + and in those cases costs respectively € 15,650 and € 16,850.
Standard equipment for the Generique includes a DAB + radio and Hill Start Assist. The Comfort adds, among other things, cruise control, rear parking sensors, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and electrically operated side windows and exterior mirrors. The Comfort + is the most complete of the bunch, with standard equipment including a rain and light sensor, the Easylink infotainment system with navigation and LED lighting in the cargo area.
The Express will be at the dealers from May. Read more about Renault’s latest commercial vehicle here.