The new SUV will sit just above Renault’s other SUVs - the Captur and the Kadjar - and will focus on rear-seat space and practicality, a recipe sure to appeal to family buyers. This is a case that will only get stronger if the possibility of a seven-seat version is realised at a later date.
In terms of styling, the Koleos takes on Renault’s new family face with C-shaped LED headlights merging into the large, chrome-slated front grille. In profile though, the new SUV shows its inflated size and is unlike any other Renault that has come before it. Also with 213mm of ground clearance, the car will have a ‘real all-terrain ability’ according to the Koleos’ creators.
As is normally the case with Renault, safety will be a key selling point. Active Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition and Tiredness Detection will all be available, together with Automatic High/Low Beams, front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera.
It is extremely spacious inside, which offers scope for Renault to create a 7 seat version in the future. Renault have also stated that the new Koleos will have impressive offroading capabilities.
The new Renault Koleos is set to arrive at Pentagon Renault this summer but will be available to order in the spring. For updates ahead of the launch please get in touch with one of the team at Pentagon Renault by calling 01522 411249 or visit the Pentagon Renault dealership in Lincoln.
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