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Renault Master ZE review, 2021, Luton box van

Renault Master ZE electric van review (2021)

When the Renault Master ZE electric van arrived in 2018, the Renault Kangoo ZE finally gained a big – really big – brother. Out goes the Master’s conventional diesel engine power, in comes an electric motor and a battery pack, giving the Master ZE zero emissions in...

  • Renault Master review, 2020 model

    Renault Master review (2021)

    The Renault Master is a highly versatile large van. Available in a wide range of variants direct from the factory – including a considerable number of specialist conversions – the Master certainly gives you choice. But the 2021 Renault Master is also one of the oldest vans on the market, and lags...

  • Renault Master review on Parkers Vans - front exterior

    Renault Master review (2003-2010)

    The Master is the largest offering in the Renault van line-up. This version was a popular and versatile van, offered in a wide range of configurations to suit most needs. It's solidly built and dependable, and the dedicated Renault commercial vehicle network provides a responsive and supportive...

  • Renault Master 1998-2003 review on Parkers Vans

    Renault Master review (1998-2003)

    The Renault Master's first major revision was in 1998 and was a quantum leap forward over its predecessor. However, engines were still old-fashioned diesels at 1.9-litres and 2.5-litres. It wasn't until 2001 that more efficient and refined common rail powerplants first appeared. These were offered...

Latest Renault Master dimensions

Renault Master dimensions (2010-on)

With three roof heights, three wheelbases (SWB, MWB and LWB) and four body lengths available – plus a number of off-the-shelf conversions and a choice of front-wheel drive (FWD) or rear-wheel drive (RWD) – you should be able to find a Renault Master to suit your loading needs. You can even get...