The New Master Van sets a new standard for practicality with style - its assertive front end features a new bumper, bonnet and front wings, perfectly completemented by signature C-shaped LED Daytime Running Lights and a new chrome strip on the front grille. It's a great looking van that can get a great deal done.
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The new Master Van now comes with a 5 year / 200,000km Warranty† exciting driveaway deals* across the range. Don't wait too long though, as this is a limited offer until September 30. Additionally, you may also be eligible for a $150k Instant Asset Write-off~.
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No matter where your job takes you, from the cabin of the New Master Van you'll never miss a beat. With its fully inegrated 7" touchscreen with MediaNav system, now compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone replication, you can keep connected on your terms.
The powerful and efficient 2.3L Turbocharged diesel engine delivers 120kW in the 6-speed manual model and 110kW in the 6-speed automated gearbox model. With solid efficiency across the range, the New Master can help assure that your deliveries go the distance without breaking the bank along the way.
Overall I liked my time in the Master. It’s comfortable, easy to drive, economical and certainly fit for purpose. It’s no wonder it has proven so popular in Europe. Geoff Middleton
Whether you're after more functionality, easier access, more storage or added comforts, the New Master Van presents the perfect platform to accomodate your working needs. Get any job with ease and make your van work the way you do by choosing from a wide range of functional and stylish accessories.
The Master Cab Chassis is more than just a light truck - it's a veritable workhorse. With seating room for 3 passengers, a 4.3m wheelbase and the ability to haul payloads of up to 2.5 tonnes (4.5 tonne GVM), it's a force to be reckoned with on any job. No matter how tough it gets.
The big Renault attracts support from all who experience the inherent ability built into this French load shifter. Chris Mullett