Brand New Renault Trafic Due This Year


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PARIS – Feb 5,2014: A new version of Renault Trafic, a model that has notched up more than 1.6 million sales in the course of a buoyant career spanning more than 34 years, is due to be released this year.

The illustration released today provides a preview glimpse of several of the forthcoming vehicle’s salient features.

“Its lines embody Renault’s new brand identity. My aim was to achieve a dynamic, assertive stance without sacrificing either the robustness or user-friendliness customers expect of their van,” notes the designer of New Renault Trafic, Kihyun JUNG.

With the third generation Trafic, Renault has focused on meeting the needs of business customers more closely than ever, by providing them with ‘Innovation for a Better Life’.

The appeal of the van produced by Europe’s number one LCV manufacturer since 1998 is boosted by revised styling, new technologies and a range of new engines that benefit from Renault’s expertise in the world of Formula 1 racing.

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