2011 Renault Master Equipment Levels and Prices

Renault has just announced details on the trim levels of the new 2011 Renault Master range, as well as prices for the French market. The new model is available in a choice of three trims (Generique, Confort and Grand Confort), with prices starting at 21,500 Euros.

Specifically, the Generique equipment level includes features such as ABS with EBD and EBA, driver airbag, tinted glass, three-point height-adjustable seat belts, head rests for all seats, two-seater front passenger benchseat, lashing rings in cargo area, power steering, Kaleido cloth upholstery (dark charcoal) and height-adjustable steering wheel.

The Confort equipment level includes all features available on the Generique plus remote control central locking, deadlocking, full steel bulkhead, ESP, electric front windows, folding armrest for driver's seat, electric defrosting double lens exterior mirrors and radio with steering wheel-mounted fingertip remote control, built-in display and auxiliary jack socket.

The top-of-the-line Grand Confort version comes with all features available on the Confort level plus front manual climate control, multi-function trip computer, fully trimmed bulkhead, one-touch driver's side side window, lumbar-adjustable driver's seat, radio-CD with MP3 player, steering wheel mounted fingertip remote control, separate display and auxiliary RCA socket.

The new Master is powered by a 2.3-liter dCi engine available in three different power configurations: 100, 125 and 150 horsepower. Pricing starts at 21,500 Euros for the Generique trim level with 100 horsepower and goes up to 38,800 Euros for the Grand Confort configuration with the 150 horsepower output.
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