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Renault Master and Trafic updated, here in Q4 2019

The Renault Master and Trafic have been updated and will be launching locally in late 2019.

Renault has launched updates for its Master large van and Trafic medium van, which will be updated in late 2019. 

Upgrades are focused mostly on drivetrains, the most important news being the Trafic is now available with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. It is currently only available with a six-speed manual

The Master now has new frontal styling. The Master now has new frontal styling.

Drivetrains on the Trafic and Master have been updated. The Trafic is now only available with a 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine in 89kW, 108kW and 126kW power forms.

The 2.0L replaced the former 1.6-litre unit, while the Master features an upgraded 2.3-litre turbo-diesel engine. 

The Master's interior has been completely redesigned. The Master's interior has been completely redesigned.

Both models have received attention in their cabins with the Master picking up a new dashboard design, and the Trafic new materials and new multimedia screens with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring. 

Both models have also received light styling changes with new bumpers, revised headlights with LED lighting, and new wheel designs. 

Safety kit has been upgraded with AEB now an option on the Trafic, and features like blind-spot monitoring will be available on the Master. 

The Trafic has earned a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The Trafic has earned a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

Renault has also launched the Master ZE (zero emissions), which uses the 33kWh battery pack and 57kW electric motor from the Zoe EV. 

Aimed at city van drivers, it has an electronically-limited top speed of 100km/h and a real world range of 120km. It can be recharged in around six hours. 

The Trafic has also received a new multimedia system. The Trafic has also received a new multimedia system.

Renault Australia has confirmed the Master and Trafic will be launched locally in the fourth quarter of 2019, with local pricing and specifications to be confirmed before then. 

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