It's a successful business vehicle with a long history, clocking up more than 1.6 million sales since it launched in 1980. Crew Van and Platform Cab versions are also available, at three trim levels: Business, Business+ and Sport.
In one of the most visible updates on the new Renault Trafic, the shape of the van has been revised with a stronger front face and protective wrap-around front bumper. The headlights have been widened and the windscreen is more prominently sloped for an increased view of the road.
As standard, the model comes equipped with electric heated door mirrors and electric front windows, a full steel bulkhead, and DAB digital radio with USB device compatibility. For added motoring confidence, Hill Start Assist and traction control are included. Drivers who select Business+, as just one example, will also benefit from a folding passenger seat with removable A4 clipboard and a smartphone dock amongst many other useful features.
Two new turbocharged diesel engines represent further change for the van, and both deliver greater amounts of torque even with a full load in the cargo area.