From launch, Renault have offered two body lengths and a low roof height, with high roof versions and a platform cab to follow in 2015.

Three trim levels are available starting with the Business grade, progressing up to Business+ and the Sport grade tops the range.

In the new Renault Trafic, there is a wide choice of four diesel engines to choose from. These include Renault's new twin-turbo ENERGY dCi 120 and 140 engines that come with Start/Stop, the dCi 90 and dCi 115. These engines see a fair gain in fuel economy compared to it's predecessor.

The Business grade features a height adjustable driver’s seat with armrest, left side loading door (unglazed), reach and rake adjustable steering wheel, electric front windows, electric heated door mirrors, full steel bulkhead, spare wheel, remote central locking (two button key) and deadlocking, plus 16 anchorage points (18 on long wheelbase). New features include ESC with HSA (Hill Start Assist) and Grip Xtend (advanced traction control system to cope with loose surfaces (mud, sand and fresh snow etc.), plus DAB radio with USB connectivity.

The Business+ grade adds several items of equipment, namely, a fold down centre passenger seat with removable A4 clipboard, laptop storage, smartphone dock, air conditioning, full steel bulkhead with load-through facility (up to 4.15m in the long wheelbase version), and Wide View Mirror (set in the passenger side sun visor, it more than doubles the line of sight to the rear). On the outside, the Trafic Business+ comes with a body coloured front bumper, a door rail and tail light column, as well as rear parking sensors.

To top the range, the Sport includes 17-inch alloy wheels, auto lights and wipers, Bluetooth, leather steering wheel, lidded upper dashboard storage, metallic paint and body coloured door mirrors and chrome grille, seven-inch touchscreen MediaNav multimedia and navigation system, cruise control, speed limiter and front fog lights.

Renault say the new Trafic is the only van in its class that can carry items of up to 3.75 metres (L1 version) or 4.15 metres (L2) in length with the rear doors closed. Also, the carrying capacity of the panel van versions ranges from 5.2 to 8.6 cubic metres.

The new Trafic is now on Comcar and you can view the details using the link above.

Details for crew vans, that are taxed as company cars, can be found here Details on the Renault Trafic Crew and here Details on the Renault Trafic Crew Van.