2011 Renault Kangoo Maxi Pricing & Equipment Levels

Renault has introduced the trim levels and the French Market Pricing for the upcoming 2011 Kangoo Maxi. The light commercial vehicle can be ordered with one of the two trim levels available: Confort and Grand Confort.

The first one offers a driver airbag, remote central locking, electric variable power-steering, ABS, emergency brake assist and MSR engine torque overrun regulation, all-round disc brakes, height-adjustable steering wheel, Titane upholstery, UV filtering tinted glass, immobilizer with transponder, rev-counter, electric front windows, radio with steering wheel controls and others.

The Grand Confort equipment level comes with all the Confort’s features and adds manual climate control, multifunctional trip computer, radio-CD with MP3 player - steering wheels controls, central stowage between front seats (with armrest), Naiade upholstery, height adjustable driver’s seat, rubber mat in the cargo area and remotely controlled locking fuel filter flap.

The Kangoo Maxi is available in two interior arrangement versions: the Kangoo Express Maxi, which offers two seats and the Kangoo Express Maxi Extended Cab, that can accommodate four passengers. The light commercial vehicle can be powered by two versions of the 1.5 liter dCi diesel engine, one producing 85 HP and the second offering 105 HP.

Pricing starts at 16,100 euro, for the Kangoo Express Maxi Confort powered by the 85 HP unit and goes up to 19,000 euro for the Kangoo Express Maxi Extended cab Grand Comfort powered by the 105 HP engine. The prices do not include VAT.

For more demanding buyers, a generous optional extras list is available.
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