Is the Renault Master a reliable choice as a camper van?

I am considering buying a 2010 Renault Master automatic which done 60,000 and has service record. Does this model with a 2.4 litre engine and automatic gearbox have any reliability problems and are parts readily available?

Asked on 18 March 2024 by STEVENSON S CARTER

Answered by Craig Cheetham
Overall, the Renault Master is a fairly reliable van and other than routine maintenance the only problems we're aware of are occasional reports of injector problems and some owners have also reported software issues with the automatic transmission, but these aren't especially common faults and a well-maintained, low-mileage van such as this one should prove to be reliable assuming you keep up with regular maintenance as required.
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