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Renault price rises alert! 2022 Renault Megane, Captur, Arkana, Koleos, Trafic and Master to be up to $6100 dearer from March amid industry challenges

The Megane RS hot hatch’s sole Trophy grade now costs $6100 more.

From March 1, Renault will be the latest automotive brand to increase the pricing – but not standard specification – of most of its models in Australia due to ongoing industry challenges.

The Megane RS hot hatch has copped the largest price rise, with its sold Trophy grade up $6100 to from $60,090 plus on-road costs (see full pricing tables below).

Meanwhile the Captur small SUV has risen $1300-1900 (from $30,090), while the Arkana small SUV and Koleos mid-size SUV have jumped $600-1100 (from $34,590) and $600 (from $33,590), respectively.

Of note, with its next generation on the horizon, the Kangoo small van (from $26,290) is the only model to be unaffected.

But Renault Australia’s other LCVs, the Trafic mid-size van (from $38,590) and Master large van (from $47,090), have become $1200 and $1100-1360 more expensive, respectively.

“Like many brands in Australia, Renault have had to increase prices due to significant material and shipping cost changes over recent months,” Renault Australia general manager Glen Sealey said.

“We know, however, that the Renault range still represents a premium European offering combined with genuine value thanks to its high levels of safety, technology and cutting-edge design.”

2022 Renault Megane pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
RS Trophymanual$60,090 (+$6100)
RS Trophyautomatic$63,090 (+$6100)

2022 Renault Captur pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Lifeautomatic$30,090 (+$1900)
Zenautomatic$32,090 (+$1300)
Intensautomatic$37,090 (+$1300)

2022 Renault Arkana pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Zenautomatic$34,590 (+$600)
Intensautomatic$38,590 (+$1100)
RS Lineautomatic$42,090 (+$1100)

2022 Renault Koleos pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Life FWDautomatic$33,590 (+$600)
Zen FWDautomatic$37,390 (+$600)
Intens FWDautomatic$43,890 (+$600)
Intens AWDautomatic$46,390 (+$600)

2022 Renault Kangoo pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Compactmanual$26,290 (N/A)
Compactautomatic$28,790 (N/A)
Maxiautomatic$32,490 (N/A)
Maxi ZEautomatic$50,290 (N/A)

2022 Renault Trafic pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Pro SWB 1.6Lmanual$38,590 (+$1200)
Pro LWB 1.6Lmanual$40,590 (+$1200)
Premium SWB 1.6Lmanual$42,090 (+$1200)
Premium LWB 1.6Lmanual$44,090 (+$1200)
Premium SWB 2.0Lautomatic$46,090 (+$1200)
Premium LWB 2.0Lautomatic$48,090 (+$1200)
Premium Crew LWB 2.0Lautomatic$51,590 (NEW)
Lifestyle Crew LWB 2.0Lautomatic$55,090 (+$1200)

2022 Renault Master pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Pro SWB FWDmanual$47,090 (+$1100)
Pro SWB FWDautomatic$49,590 (+$1100)
Pro MWB FWDmanual$50,090 (+$1100)
Pro MWB FWDautomatic$52,590 (+$1100)
Pro LWB FWDmanual$52,090 (+$1100)
Pro LWB FWDautomatic$54,590 (+$1100)
Pro LWB RWDmanual$54,590 (+$1100)
Pro ELWB RWDmanual$57,590 (+$1100)
Bus LWB FWDautomatic$65,850 (+$1360)
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