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Renault Kangoo ML19 DCI 110

The Renault Kangoo ML19 DCI 110 is 'not' more boring than daytime television.

By Stephen Turvil
Jul 05, 2012
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The Renault Kangoo ML19 DCI 110 is 'not' more boring than daytime television, despite what some people claim. In fact, this load-lugger's credentials make it as interesting as even the best David Attenborough documentary. Its load space volume, for starters, is a pleasing 3m3. It swallows items up to 1,731mm long too, increasing to 2,502mm when the passenger seat is folded flat. See... interesting. Also, load width is up to 1,462mm, and the maximum internal height is 1,251mm. Plenty of space for Attenborough DVDs, then. Furthermore, David's film's are moved around by a flexible 1.5-litre diesel engine. This has 110PS at 4,000rpm, 240Nm of torque at 1,750rpm, and averages 53.3mpg. Excellent stuff.

But there is more to pull motorists away from their televisions. The Renault Kangoo ML19 DCI 110 has: fifteen-inch alloys, body coloured bumpers and mirrors, electric windows, front fog lights, satellite navigation, and a trip computer. Not bad for a small van. Furthermore, options include the: overhead parcel shelf for £75, lateral air-bags for £185, and a sliding door on the right side from £150. This complements the standard-fit left door, and makes accessing Attenborough DVDs far easier. Prices start at £14,500, plus VAT and delivery. This mile-muncher is also available on a hire purchase agreement, and a contract hire leasing package. Now, please pass the remote - we must watch David's documentary.

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By Stephen Turvil
Jul 05, 2012