Renault Trucks extends LCV range

The new Renault Trucks Traffic Red Edition available in 2022 in the UK

This new model will be available in 2022 in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland and the UK.

Renault Trucks is reaffirming its ambition to offer transport solutions for all professionals. The manufacturer is extending its range with the launch of a new commercial vehicle, the Renault Trucks Trafic Red Edition.

Designed for professionals working in long-distance transport, construction, distribution or delivery, the range of vehicles offered by Renault Trucks is one of the widest on the market.

For more than 35 years, Renault Trucks has been putting its century-long expertise in HGVs and its extensive network to use for the benefit of commercial vehicles. And for several years now, the French manufacturer has been steadily improving its performance in this segment.

In 2022, the commercial vehicle market is expected to remain very dynamic, driven by the boom in e-commerce and the increased activity of tradespeople, notably linked to a growing demand for home improvement work. To meet this diversity of working requirements, Renault Trucks is extending its range of commercial vehicles and launching the Trafic Red Edition.

The Renault Trucks Trafic Red Edition will be available in 2022, initially in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland and the UK.

Like the Renault Trucks Master, the Trafic is marketed under the Red Edition name, Renault Trucks’ exclusive LCV offer.

Through Red Edition, Renault Trucks places its HGV expertise and the density of its distribution and repair network at the service of its commercial vehicle customers. The manufacturer offers its customers the guarantee of a service tailored to the needs of transport professionals, including expert technicians in the maintenance and repair of all types of truck, rapid vehicle pick-up at extended times to suit drivers’ schedules, a 24/7 assistance service, and the provision of a relay vehicle if the customer’s van is out of service.

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