Renault Trafic Comparison

    Renault’s updated Trafic range has lost its base engines but received more safety technology across the range, albeit at a higher price.

    The revamped van is on sale now.

    The cheapest Trafic is now $48,200 before on-road costs, up $8610 on the outgoing base Trafic.

    Said entry-level model now has a more powerful turbo-diesel engine, however, and has belatedly received autonomous emergency braking and lane-departure warning.

    Premium models also get adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring and traffic sign recognition.

    That brings the Trafic closer to rivals like the Toyota HiAceHyundai Staria Load and Ford Transit Custom, which have a whole suite of active safety technology standard across the range.

    First revealed in September 2021, the updated Trafic has a refreshed exterior, with a new bumper, bonnet, grille and LED headlights with C-shaped LED daytime running lights.

    Renault also says the exterior mirrors are 30 per cent larger.

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