New Renault Master to make CV Show debut

Renault will use the UK’s premier LCV event – the CV Show 2024 – to officially reveal the new Renault Master, along with a 100% electric line up of its other van models.

It will be on display from April 23-25 at the NEC, Birmingham, and will be shown in plug-in Renault Master E-Tech form ahead of the new large van’s full launch later in 2024.

Renault says that the new van will showcase efficiency-enhancing aerodynamics, cutting edge connectivity, a unique braking system and up to 20 ADAS features. The E-Tech model, which is the 100% electric variant of Renault’s fourth-generation Master, comes with a range of up to 285 miles (WLTP) and a claimed best-in-class payload of 1625kg.

Renault will also be exhibiting Mobilize’s new Fleet@Home offering, which provides a flexible and convenient charging solution for businesses who wish to give drivers the choice of charging at home, at work and on the road.

Renault UK van sales rose by 95.3% to 27,781 in 2023 – nearly doubling the brand’s 2022 performance. The result elevated Renault to fourth place in the manufacturer rankings, with its market share rising to 7.96%.

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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?
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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