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New range-topping trim for Renault Kadjar line-up

  • Signature S Nav trim now leads the Kadjar line-up
  • Heated leather seats and parking assist system as standard
  • CO2 emissions as low as 103g/km for the entry-level diesel

Renault has introduced a new top-of-the-range trim called Signiture S Nav to its Kadjar line-up, which is available to order now with P11D prices starting from £23,640.

Since arriving in the UK in September 2015, the Kadjar has helped strengthen Renault’s presence in the crossover segment with company car drivers and retail buyers alike. 

With the launch of this new flagship version, company car drivers now have a choice of five trim levels. Signature S Nav versions add full black leather upholstery, heated front seats, hands-free parking, blind spot monitoring, a rear camera and parking sensors to the standard specification.

There’s a premium of £1,400 over Signature Nav models but, according to the firm, there’s additional equipment worth £1,750 on offer.  

Available engines include two diesels and one petrol, plus two- or four-wheel drive.

Likely to appeal most to company car drivers will be the 108bhp 1.5-litre diesel, with claimed fuel economy as high as 72.4mpg while emitting 103g/km of CO2. That places the car into a 20 percent BIK tax band for the current 2016/17 tax year. With P11D prices starting at £25,540, monthly tax costs for a 20 percent payer could be as low as £85 a month.

Opt for the seven-speed automatic transmission with the lower-powered diesel and running costs stay the same, although there is a £1,200 premium to take into account.

Need off-road capability? Four-wheel drive is available on the higher-powered 128bhp 1.6-litre diesel, which emits 129g/km of CO2 and has an official combined fuel economy of 57.6mpg. With P11D prices starting from £28,140, monthly costs for a 20 percent payer start at £117.

For more on the Renault Kadjar, click here to read our full review.

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