French manufacturer Renault has released a new video starring the New Kangoo and the Grand Kangoo that is focused on the styling and technical contents of the new model.
The facelifted Kangoo adopts the design language introduced by Design Chief Laurens van den Acker, with the massive lozenge logo dominating te front end, almond-shaped headlights and fairly more muscular design than its predecessors.
New equipment includes ESC with Hill Start Assist and Grip Xtend and the connected in-dash Renault R-Link multimedia system (optional, or standard equipment for ‘Sport’ versions), which incorporates the in-dash TomTom Live navigation as well as numerous new functions such as the advance warning of hazardous zones and the ability to download applications like the reading out of e-mails.
The range of radios has evolved, too, with a choice of three solutions.
All radios come with USB and Bluetooth connectivity, while the next level up is equipped with a CD player.
The premium radio integrates with the Renault R-Link system.
The New Kangoo is initilly available with an engine line-up made of four options: a 1.
6-liter petrol engine delivering 105 horsepower and the 1.
5-liter dCi diesel unit in three power steps: 79, 90 and 110 horsepower.
However, some of these options are not available in certain markets.