Great deals on a cheap used Renault Master Van
Cheap Used Renault Master Van
The strengths of the cheap Renault Master are easy to pinpoint. With front and rear wheel drive versions, the cheap Master offers a wider range of carrying capacities than most, there's a range of compact and advanced diesel engines and the cabin design impresses with its practicality and build quality. Most cheap Master do come with colour-screen sat nav which will be a significant draw. The engine range offered with the cheap Master is based around a single 2.3-litre four-cylinder common-rail diesel configuration. On paper, that doesn't look like a huge amount of engine to power a panel van of the cheap Renault Master capacity but in the real world, it proves more than up to the job. 99, 123 and 148 bhp versions are available, all producing a smooth and progressive flow of power from low revs. Even the 99bhp option develops 285Nm from 1,250rpm and there's 350Nm at the same engine speed from the range-topper.
In all the cheap Renault Master guises, the big cheap Renault master never feels like a handful. The steering is on the light side which makes the cheap Renault Master easy to manoeuvre. Visibility is very good and the cheap Master shows composure in the corners. There are four vehicle lengths, each with a pair of available height options. It means that the pre-registered cheap Master can be specified with load volumes from 8 to 17 cubic meters, while payloads extend from 994kg to 2,254kg.
The cheap Renault Master comes with a CD stereo, ABS brakes, a driver's airbag and a full steel bulkhead. The big news is that Carminat TomTom Satellite Navigation comes as standard on the cheap Renault Master and there is also electric windows, heated electric mirrors, remote central locking and Bluetooth connectivity. Six-speed gearboxes are fitted across the range but Renault also offers a robotised manual 'box which works very well and will make a lot of sense for operators, particularly in urban areas. Access to the cheap Master load area is via the side-hinged rear doors or a sliding side door on the left side of the cheap Renault Master. An additional sliding side door on the opposite flank can be specified on the pre-registered cheap Master. The loading height is usefully low at 546mm and even the rear wheel-drive models only increase that to around 700mm. The Master comes across as robust and user-friendly, remaining easy to drive even in its larger guises. The engine in the cheap Renault Master contribute to low running costs. It's clear that Renault has assembled a highly competitive large panel van with a wide scope of capabilities, one that deserves serious consideration by all buyers in this sector of the market.