Renault Kangoo Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Renault Kangoo reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Stamp duties for modified Kangoo
They're usually calculated on the price of the car as purchased, so if you bought it having been converted then that is the price that would be used. If you bought it and had it registered before it was converted then you would pay the stamp duties on the price before conversion.
Fuel efficiency in Kangoo van?
There are things that could cause abnormally high fuel consumption, like a faulty oxygen sensor, faulty ECU, blocked exhaust, but the dealer mechanics found no such problems when they checked your car. The fuel consumption figures quoted by carmakers is the result from a laboratory test under controlled conditions, it's meant to provide a means of comparing makes and models, rather than give you a real life figure that you could expect to get from your car. That said, the difference between the test result and your car's consumption is too much. I would sit down with the dealer and have them explain the reasons for the difference.
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Van for my scooter
THE best vehicle I have seen is based on a Renault Kangoo van built by Fleetworks Mobility. Its conversion allows a wheelchair to roll up a ramp into the rear section, and I'm sure it would accept your scooter. Ph: 9569 3166 or visit www.fleetworks.com.au