The 2020 Renault Master is a large van manufactured by French manufacturer Renault since 1980, now in its third generation. Renault Master replaced the previous Saviem SG3 light trucks. In fierce competition with the newest vans of the year, it was the mix of new Master offerings, with 100% electric variants, usable space, versatile interior, and segment-leading features. The master does not ride, as does a Volkswagen Crafter, being a bit overwhelmed when it is completely empty.
However, it calms down after you put some weight on your back. 2020 Renault Master is also impressively stable at highway speeds for a high one-way vehicle. Compared to the Ford Transit, the Master direction is slightly on the light side and has a relatively low response. This makes it difficult to place the Master on the country roads. Most impressive is the manual gearbox, which has a really strong action.
2020 Renault Master Interior
The Renault Master is blessed with an abundance of seats to place things. From the large handle to the large door pockets, a shelf upstairs, which is likely to store a bag, and the compartment under the seat that one can store, the Master has it all. This latest version of the van also combines that practice with an interior that looks smart and coherent. Take for example the navigation screen, which blends nicely into the center of the tree, while the upper storage compartments on the main runway take all the lids on the upper specs clothes. The headquarters also folds down to reveal cupboards and trays and has a revolving section designed for laptops. Moreover, the overall quality is better than previous Renault Master vans.
The Renault Master is available in two levels of adjustment. The entry-level business comes with a DAB radio with Bluetooth, automatic headlights and wipers, a fully adjustable driver seat, electric and heated door mirrors, and an alarm. The Business + adds manual air conditioning, a one-touch electric front driver window, arched table storage, a fold-down center seat with under-seat storage, and an additional 12V power supply in the load area. Rear parking sensors are also equipped, along with the Wide View Mirror in the passenger sunbed to help you see in difficult nodes. Unfortunately, Renault’s Mediainav 7in infotainment system is optional.
2020 Engine Renault Master
The 2.3-liter engine comes in 133bhp, 147bhp and 178bhp powertrains in front-wheel-drive vans. The latter is surprising for a large van, thanks to 295lb of torque. The rear-wheel-drive models receive a slightly different set of power ratings, at 128bhp and 143bhp. The master does not ride, as does a Volkswagen Crafter, being a bit overwhelmed when it is completely empty. Compared to the Ford Transit, the Master direction is slightly on the light side and has a relatively low response. It makes it difficult to place the Master on the country roads., most impressive is the manual gearbox, which has a really strong action. There is a possibility for a Quickshift high-speed automatic on the 147bhp and 178bhp priority models, though we will not give it up as it tends to give up the mind through the gears.
2020 Renault Master Safety
The safety systems for the Master include Side Wind Assistance and Active Emergency Braking. There is also the option of “new driver assistance systems” which include a Rear Assistant a permanent display of the rear of the vehicle on a small screen, where you will usually be the mirror. Light warning, lane departure warning, and front parking sensors also help maintain driver and 2020 Renault Master safety.