New Renault KADJAR: Pricing and Specification Announcement
Added: 11 December 2018
Renault reveals the specification and pricing information for the New Renault Kadjar. Sitting in the middle of the manufacturer’s three-strong SUV range, the exterior of the New Kadjar features a stronger visual identity and, on the inside, a more contemporary design with a focus on perceived quality. Orders for the new model open from 3rd January. The car features a long list of standard equipment including a seven-inch infotainment touchscreen, LED daytime running lights, rear parking sensors, automatic lights and wipers, and front fog lights on every model.
New Kadjar has a four-strong engine line-up. The new ultramodern TCe 140 and TCe 160 4-cylinder petrol engines were developed by the Alliance in cooperation with Daimler, and meet the highest standards in performance and drivability. The new Blue dCi diesel engine in 115hp and 150hp forms, gains enhanced power whilst offering effective technology that cuts emissions of engine pollutants. The TCe 140 and dCi 115 power units are available with a choice of a six-speed manual or a seven-speed EDC automatic gearbox, while the TCe 160 is available with a manual gearbox. At a later date, the dCi 150 engine will be available, exclusively in manual gearbox configuration, and with a choice of two-wheel or four-wheel drive.
The exterior design was a pivotal reason why more than 450,000 people around the world have purchased a Renault Kadjar. New Kadjar builds on this and improves the styling in a number of ways. The lines are more fluid and elegant, with revised front and rear ends. The wider grille includes chrome inserts and touches of chrome on the rear bumper that give the car a strong on-road stance. There are larger areas of body-coloured paintwork on the front and rear bumpers.
Kadjar S-Edition and Kadjar GT Line have all-new LED lights at the front with a development of Renault’s C-shape light signature. Indicators are integrated into the daytime running lights and the fog lights also incorporate LED technology. The energy consumption of these lights is six times lower than equivalent halogen units. At the rear the indicators also gain LEDs, as do the reversing lights and fog lights, which are now slimmer and are built into the bumper for a more elegant finish.