Renault has strengthened its acclaimed Kadjar line-up with the addition of a top-of-the-range Signature S Nav version and the introduction of the 7-speed efficient Dual Clutch (EDC) automatic gearbox combined with the ENERGY TCe 130 engine.
Offering drivers greater choice and heightening the appeal of the award-winning Renault Kadjar, the enhancements introduce even higher levels of comfort, convenience and refinement to the family crossover.
Signature S Nav
Based on the extensively-equipped Signature Nav version, the Signature S Nav specification adds full black leather upholstery with electrically-adjustable driver’s seat height and heated front seats; together with hands-free parking, blind spot warning, rear parking camera and parking sensors to both the front and rear. The Kadjar Signature S Nav is priced from £23,695 – a premium of £1,400 over the Signature Nav but with £1,750 of additional equipment.
Buyers can specify the Signature S Nav with a choice of two diesels and one petrol engine, automatic EDC or manual transmission, and either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.
The Signature S Nav’s additional equipment builds upon an extensive specification that includes panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, hands free keycard, heated and folding door mirrors, R-Link 2 multimedia system with 7” touchscreen, TomTom LIVE services with Western European mapping, Bluetooth and hands-free calls and BOSE sound system.
With the launch of this new top-of-the-range version, Renault Kadjar customers are now able to choose from a total of five trim levels. The availability of the advanced, highly responsive 7-speed EDC gearbox on the flexible ENERGY TCe130 engine allows buyers, from Dynamique Nav trim upwards, to order an automatic, petrol-engined Renault Kadjar for the first time. Priced at £1,200 more than the equivalent manual version, the EDC dual clutch transmission changes gear almost instantly with CO2 output and combined fuel consumption almost the same as that of the manual.
Since it arrived in the UK in September 2015, the Kadjar has strengthened Renault’s presence in the crossover market – building on the success of its compact crossover sibling, Captur. Its combination of striking design, efficient powertrains, spacious interior, high levels of standard specification, best-in-class residual values and five-star Euro NCAP rating have proved a hit with British car buyers.