HonestJohn.co.uk Review: Renault Master

The launch of the all-new Master range in 2010 marked a big leap foreard in quality and refinement over the previous model. With a better quality and more comfortable cabin it’s now much pleasant for long distance work plus there are more versions than ever, including the first rear-wheel drive version of Master with a monocoque chassis.

With the option of an extended rear overhang and single or twin rear wheels, the new RWD models allow for a longer vehicle length option and hence greater loadspace of up to 22m for the box van or 17m for the panel van. With three wheelbase lengths and three roof heights, the range offers 10 different load capacities.

Like its Vauxhall Movano counterpart, the Master comes with a new 2.3 dCi diesel engine that’s been engineered specifically for the Master. It comes in three versions – 100PS, 125PS and 150PS – and is used for both front-wheel and rear-wheel drive models. It’s usefully economical too with the front-wheel drive Master panel van returning a claimed 36.2mpg with the dCi 125PS engine.

The sliding side door on the Master has been made 17cm wider than before, making it one of the widest on the market, and left and right-hand sliding doors can be specified to allow loading from either side. The Master also boasts some of the lowest rear sill heights.

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