Renault is on the front-foot in the Australian light commercial vehicle market and is keeping the pedal to the metal in the run-up to the year’s busiest period for van and light truck sales.

All three of the Renault LCV model families are offering drive-away pricing until June 30, providing even more bottom-line-friendly reasons to select one of Australia’s fastest growing LCV brand’s vans.

Kangoo, Trafic and Master models all benefit from new, lower, drive-away prices across the range, with Kangoo short-wheelbase petrol manual vans now on offer from $22,990 drive-away.

The popular automatic transmission petrol Kangoo is priced from $24,990 drive-away.

The 4m3 Kangoo Maxi diesel 6-speed manual is priced from $26,990 drive-away and the 5-seat Maxi Crew, with its practical and appealing second row of fold flat seats, is priced from $29,990 drive away, and comes complete with a 5-year/200,000km factory warranty.

The hugely popular mid-sized 5.2m3 1.2-tonne payload Trafic van kicks off at $34,990 drive-away for the single-turbo model, while the same short-wheelbase body style with the more powerful twin turbo engine is now priced from $37,990 drive-away, and the LWB twin turbo from $39,990 drive away.

Trafic has been winning customers over with its quiet and comfortable cabin, practical load area and excellent driving dynamics and is sure to increase in popularity with these new offers.

Master L1H1 front-drive manual transmission vans start from $42,490 drive away, powered by the 120kW 2.3-litre diesel twin turbo engine. These vans offer city-friendly compact footprints but a substantial 8m3 loading capacity, making them ideal for bulky deliveries.

“We have worked hard to come up with drive-away prices that offer some significant savings over the 2016 recommended retail prices,” says Lyndon Healey, Model Line Manager for Renault LCV.

“Sharp pricing, a long factory warranty, Capped Price Servicing and extended service intervals ensure that the business case for buying a Renault really stacks up.

“And, when you compare our Renault LCVs with competitor models on a specification-for-specification basis, the extra value of our standard features really shines through,” he says.

“Renault LCV sales year-to-date are up more than 82% at 1091 vans and buses, underlining the positive reception our products and reassurance offers have received in the market. The arrival of these even more appealing drive-away offers will continue to stimulate interest, demand and orders into the middle of the year,” Lyndon says.