Renault Australia has updated pricing and warranty for its already value packed Koleos range. The three model range (with one offering 4×2 and 4×4 drive) now has a seven year warranty as standard. The entry level Life has a new drive-away price of $31,990, with the mid-pack Zen kicking away at $35,990. The Intens has […]Read More Renault Koleos Gets Added Value. Mitsubishi Updates Mirage Small Car.
This Car Review Is About: The 2019 Renault Trafic Life LCV (light commercial vehicle). Its a long wheelbase version with a dedicated passenger cabin. Renault have it, at the time of writing, at a stellar $47,990 driveaway.Under The Bonnet Is: A surprisingly torquey twin-turbo 1.6L diesel. At just 1500rpm there is 340Nm, and peak power […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Renault Trafic Crew Life LCV
Renault’s push to gain more market share in Australia is working well if the 2019 Renault Koleos Life is any standard to judge by. Model shared with Nissan (the X-Trail), the Life is the entry level model of the Koleos range. Renault have sharpened the pencil and it’s available at a driveaway cost of $29,990.Power […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Renault Koleos Life
It’s rare nowadays to find a vehicle that can be kindly described as loathed by automotive writers. Technology in the form of entertainment, engine management, transmission variants, and the like, means cars drive, perform, cosset, and are generally regarded as nothing less than good.Then there’s the revamped for 2018 Renault Captur. The Intens is the […]Read More Car Review: 2018 Renault Captur Intens
Renault‘s Australian renaissance continues to build momentum, with the all new Koleos and Megane range attracting plenty of positive comment. It’s fair to say that the GT and Zen Megane cars should be on your radar, and here’s why, as A Wheel Thing drives the Renault Megane GT and Renault Megane Zen.The Megane is a […]Read More 2017 Renault Megane GT & Renault Megane Zen: A Wheel Thing Car Review.
Renault’s 2017 Koleos has undergone a huge transformation compared to the model it supercedes. Based on Nissan’s X-Trail it’s bigger, brawnier, smarter and a whole lot prettier. Built on a three model and four trim level range, being the Life 4×2, Zen 4×2 and 4×4, and Intens 4×4, A Wheel Thing backs up the mid […]Read More 2017 Renault Koleos Zen & Intens: A Wheel Thing Car Review
A Wheel Thing has completed a French trifecta, with Renault now on board and supplying a Clio R.S. Cup. There was a week with the hot hatch, complete with dual clutch gearbox, licorice thin rubber and spine bending performance, coupled with a metallic soundtrack. Compact is an apt word for the Clio, with just 4090 […]Read More Car Review: 2015 Renault Clio R.S. Cup