The 2014 Commercial Vehicle Show, which is currently held in the United Kingdom, has seen the introduction of the facelifted Renault Master.
Renault has officially pulled the wraps off the facelifted version of the Master, during the 2014 Commercial Vehicle Show. The model in question has received a revised front grille with the larger logo and it will become available to its future customers in four lengths and with a variety of different configurations, including the crew cab, the chassis cab, the platform cab or a panel van. Despite the facelift, the 2015 Renault Master looks easily recognizable and this can mean an increased popularity which will be maintained.
The updated commercial vehicle is also offering some improved safety systems, such as the Electronic Stability Control, the Hill Start Assist, the Extended Grip system or the Trailer Swing Assist. Power is coming from a 2.3 liter dCi engine, which is rated at 110 HP (81 kW), 125 HP (92 kW), 135 HP (99 kW) and 165 HP (121 kW). The most powerful version will consume 1.5 liters of fuel less than its predecessor, every 100 km. No pricing details on the 2015 Renault Master have been announced yet.