Renault Upgrades Kangoo Expression, Privilege

French manufacturer Renault today announced several upgrades for Kangoo Expression and Kangoo Privilege versions. Both models are now boasting multiple exterior styling enhancements, with the revised cars to go on sale through authorized dealerships in mid-June.

More specifically, the Expression trim has been upgraded with the same exterior color as the former Privilege edition plus body color bumpers and exterior mirrors, foglamps and electric, defrosting mirrors.

On the other hand, the Privilege flavor features front and rear bumpers rolled out for the first time on the newly-presented Kangoo be bop. Both the front and the rear bumper are painted in Sideral Grey, according to a press release from Renault. Additionally, this particular version features body color side-protective mouldings and exterior mirrors.

As for the prices, the Expression, fitted with a 1.6-liter 8V engine with 192 g/km of CO2 emissions costs 16,750 euros in France while the dCi 105 version (emission rating of 146 g/km) goes to 19,300 euros. The Privilege comes in a choice of four different configurations, 1.6 16V 105 Ethanol eco, 1.6 16V 105 automatic, dCi 85 eco and dCi 105, with prices ranging between 14,450 euros and 20,300 euros.

Renault Kangoo was first launched in 1997, with the first-generation model produced until 2007 when the company rolled out a completely-revised car. However, the first Kangoo underwent an upgrade in 2003 when Renault implemented slight exterior styling modifications. The second generation is manufactured in Maubeuge, France and is said to serve as the base platform for an electric version which is expected to hit the market in the next few years.
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