About the Renault Chassis

 

Renault is a French car manufacturer with over 120 years of experience. After the strategic alliance with Nissan in 1999, Renault is one of the largest car manufacturers in the world and always delivers new technological and innovative solutions to the market. In the motorhome sector, Renault is represented by the basic Master and Trafic vehicles, which were launched in 1980. Since 2019, the Renault Master has been shining with a facelift. For the 2022 model series, the Renault Trafic is now also undergoing a complete makeover with a facelift and many model innovations. Renault has already sold a total of 4 million of the two vehicles in more than 50 countries. The partnership between Ahorn Camp and Renault has been successful since 2013, and since 2014 Ahorn Camp has been building exclusively on Renault. Here you can find the operating instructions for the Renault Master.

2022 Launch of the new Renault Trafic with renewals

 New, more powerful and more economical engines with Euro 6D full
 Greater driving comfort
 Modern, robust exterior design
 Extensive Connected Services
 Modernised and expanded cab equipment and interior
 More storage space

Renault chassis data

  • Basic vehicle Renault Master dCi 2.3
    Basic engine 145 HP Twin-Turbo (107 kw)
    Optional 165 HP Twin-Turbo (121 kw)
    Transmission 6-speed manual gearbox
    consumption (combined value*) 7.3 l/100 km
    Co2 emissions (combined value*) 191 g/km
    Drive Front-wheel drive
    Tensile load 2 t
    Fuel tank 80l
    Euronorm Euro 6d-ISC-FCM
    Fuel Diesel

     

    *The combined value of the consumption and emission values is made up of the measured values in urban and extra-urban areas.

  • Basic vehicle Renault Master dCi 2.3
    Basic engine 135 HP (99 kw)
    Optional 150 HP Twin-Turbo (110 kw)
    180 HP Twin-Turbo (132 kw)
    Transmission Manual transmission, automatic
    in connection with 150 PS / 180 PS
    consumption (combined value*) 6,6 l/100km
    Co2 emissions (combined value*) 188 g/km
    Drive Front-wheel drive
    Tensile load 2,5 t
    Fuel Diesel
    Fuel tank 105l

     

    *The combined value of the consumption and emission values is made up of the measured values in urban and extra-urban areas.
    The values listed here are based on the Van 550.

  • Basic vehicle Renault Trafic dCi 2.0
    Basic engine 130 hp (manual transmission)
    150 hp (manual and automatic transmission)
    170 hp (manual and automatic transmission)
    Optional 145 HP Twin-Turbo (107 kw)
    Transmission 6-speed manual gearbox, optional automatic
    consumption (combined value*) 5,9 l/100km
    Co2 emissions (combined value*) 141 g/km
    Drive Front-wheel drive
    Tensile load 2,5 t
    Fuel Diesel
    Exhaust emission standard Euro 6d-ISC-FCM

     

    *The combined value of the consumption and emission values is made up of the measured values in urban and extra-urban areas.

Arguments for the Renault base vehicle

  • Very good cornering characteristics
  • Little tendency to nod
  • Finely tuned ESP
  • Low fuel consumption and reduced pollutant emissions compared to its predecessor
  • Latest Euro Norm with AdBlue tank
  • Long lasting AdBlue tank with 28 L

  • Most modern, powerful and economical common rail diesel engines
  • Timing chain instead of timing belt
  • Exhaust system with particulate filter and SCR catalytic converter
  • High torque even in the lower speed ranges
  • Can be easily loaded up to 4t with air springs
  • Axle load of the Renault Master already designed for 3.95 t in the factory
  • Optically appealing chrome strips inside & outside
  • High front windscreen and comfortable seating position
  • Modern Connected Services available
  • Extensive driver assistance systems can be ordered
  • High reliability with lowest breakdown statistics
  • 2014 - 2017 Renault Master DEKRA used car report winner
  • Extensive support from Renault Assistance in the event of a breakdown
Press releases
  • "Fortunately, the road holding and ride comfort remain unchanged. The suspension works more sensitively than in the Ducato, for example, and the chassis even has a little more reserve at the limits."Promobil: Ahorn Camp Van 620. Issue 1/21

Further press opinions and test reports can be found here.

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