Renault Kangoo TomTom Edition Released

Renault recently introduced the new TomTom version of the popular Kangoo, a limited series based on the Privilege that also adds a number of exclusive features. The TomTom Edition flavor is the fifth Kangoo available in France, in addition to Access, Authentique, Expression and Privilege.

It comprises features such as the built-in Carminat TomTom navigation system, Climate Control Pack - automatic climate control, automatic windscreen wiper and headlamp activation, panoramic glass sunroofs, chrome roofbars plus several other exterior styling features such as 16-inch Kilimandjaro alloy wheels and black headlamp masks. Inside, the new Kangoo comes with bespoke Marina upholster, white instrument facings and leather-trimmed steering wheel.

Obviously, the main addition is the Carminat TomTom navigation system that comprises a 5.8-inch widescreen color display.

"The Carminat TomTom navigation system in the Kangoo incorporates the very latest developments such as IQ Routes, which uses real-time traffic speed measurements to calculate the quickest possible route to your destination. By refreshing the TomTom routings database with information derived from the actual journeys of millions of road users, the IQ Routes system can calculate the optimum route for that particular day and time," Renault said in a release.

There are also several options available for the Kangoo TomTom Edition, including ESP + ASR traction control (with dCi 85 and 105 engines only), metallic or pearlescent paint, glazed asymmetric rear doors with rear wiper and demister , extra-tinted rear glass and electric rear windows.

Pricing for the new Kangoo series starts at 19,750 Euros for the 1.6-liter 16V 105 bioethanol E85 engine and at 21,600 Euros for the 1.5-liter dCi 105 configuration.
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