Renault Trafic (2001 - 2014)

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reviewed by Anonymous on 21 September 2021
5

8 seater, ( vauxhall vivaro combi)

reviewed by herrbohnen on 19 October 2011
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
5
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

Nice size , usefull vehicle , albeit a bit van 'esque

Ive done 75 k in it now , its a bit like a van to drive . I get about 600 miles to a tank as I tend to do long runs , I opted for the sportive cab and wished I'd gone for the cruise control

Its been back for the steering as that was noisy from day 1 so that was replaced under warranty, the battery went faulty ( varta) and also was changed under warranty

It's nice and roomy inside , enough for 3 big blokes to sit sit by side without encroaching on each other , floor is covered in a soft rubberised covering which is easy to clean .

You can remove the rear seats but you will need 3 men and a dog to carry them as they are quite heavy

Its a bit agricultural for a people carrier and the interior plastic fitments have the feeling that they've been hastily installed but it does do the business and only once let me down with the battery

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reviewed by elmac on 25 September 2010

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About this van

Price£12,780–£26,150
MPG32.5–49.6 mpg
Real MPG87.0%

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