A range of factory converted products that are available to order directly from our dealer network as a “One-Stop Shop”.
Chassis Cabs, Crew Cabs, Platform Cabs
There is a choice of different Gross Vehicle Weights (3.5t-4.5t), three vehicle lengths, a selection of efficient diesel engines and the option of single or crew cab versions.
The Master's diversity also offers the choice of front wheel drive to maximise payload^ and a choice of single or double rear wheel drive to offer you a comprehensive solution. Our ‘Off-The-Shelf’ factory Tipper, Dropside and Box Vans are constructed on a Chassis Cab and our Luton Low Loader is based on a Platform Cab, for a lower load height. Single Cab, Crew Cab and Crew van versions are also available so you don’t need to choose between your tools and your crew.
Luton Low Loader
In addition, the Luton Low Loader’s adaptability means it can be easily converted for specialist uses such as catering vehicles or mobile shop or showroom.
With a load volume of up to 22m³ and payload^ up to 1,204kg, the Renault Master Luton Box Van allows the efficient enclosed transport of merchandise or objects in an optimised loading area thanks to a perfectly flat rectangular floor without wheel arches and large side walls.
This vehicle is ideally suited to delivery and removal companies as well as for use as short-term rental vehicles.
The Renault Master Dropside is designed to allow you to load and unload large items easily thanks to its 400mm high aluminium folding side panels. It benefits from a load length up to 4,300mm and payload^ up to 1,399kg.
^ Payload equals the Maximum Operating Mass (Gross Vehicle Mass or GVW) less the Kerb Weight. Kerb Weight is the weight of the complete vehicle including coolant, oil, a 90% full fuel tank, a 100% full AdBlue tank, spare wheel and jack, but excluding driver and crew. All Kerb Weights, and therefore Payloads quoted are subject to a 5% manufacturing tolerance and are based on the base level model. Any additional equipment added (options or accessories), or the selection of a higher trim level, could result in a higher Kerb Weight and a reduced Payload, and may increase CO2 and decrease MPG figures.