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Renault Kangoo Van Z.E.33 now available on £2k scrappage deal

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Renault customers can now get £2k off the price of a new Kangoo Van Z.E.33 under the carmaker’s new scrappage deal.

Renault new scrap page deal means customers can get £2k off the price of a new Kangoo Van Z.E.33

Renault new scrap page deal means customers can get £2k off the price of a new Kangoo Van Z.E.33

One of a number of offers currently being run by Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles, the Z.E. Scrappage offer brings £2,000 off the price of a new Kangoo Van Z.E.33 when exchanging any van registered before December 2010.

The offer follows last autumn’s launch of the longer-range Kangoo Van Z.E.33, which features a new 33kWh battery and R60 electric motor combo also seen in the new Master Z.E., giving it 50% more range compared to its forebear, while a new, more powerful charger reduces the time taken for a full charge from eight hours to six.

Other offers now available from Renault Pro+ Commercial Vehicles include free ply-lining on all Renault Panel Vans ordered in February and registered by the end of March. There is also a new headline offer on the Trafic Sport dCi 120, now available for just seven pounds per month more than the Trafic Business dCi 120 and bringing key features such as sat nav, leather steering wheel, metallic paint and 17-inch alloy wheels included as standard.

Mark Potter, national fleet manager for Renault UK, said: “Renaults continued commitment to fleet sales is evident in these new offers. With attractive contract hire offers, enhanced Driving School rentals and extremely competitive LCV headline rates Renault is supporting business. Our broad range of models is matched by the diverse selection of drivetrains on offer, meaning that whatever your company requires, Renault can fulfil.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 14 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. Natalie works across the magazine portfolio and updates the company websites with daily news, interviews and road test content.