Renault Kenya has unveiled the new Kadjar SUV. The French brand’s mid-sized SUV enters a hotly contested local segment with a number of other brands driving in this category. The new Renault Kadjar comes at a competitive price for cars in its category with outstanding features that will offer improved driving experience.
Speaking at the launch, Renault Brand Manager Jonathan Dos Santos said Kadjar enters the market at a very interesting time when Kenyans are looking for models that meet their immediate motoring needs. “It’s absolutely stunning to look at with some striking features that are further enhanced by the awesome LED daytime running lights,” said Santos.
The Kadjar sits above the Duster compact SUV in Renault’s line-up, measuring 4.45 metres long, 1.84 metres wide and 1.6 metres tall. Some semblance of off-road ability is assured, thanks to its 190mm ground clearance, front and rear skid plates and approach and departure angles of 18 and 25 degrees respectively.
The car defines innovation, on the technology front: The Kadjar boasts easy park assist, LED daytime running lights, dual zone climate control, electronic parking brake, key-less entry and voice activated controls, among others.
At the same time, Renault has unveiled the New Duster model as it rumps up its motor offering for the growing Kenyan middle class. The new improved model duster has a new face lift and is now available in 4×4 manual and in 4×2 automatic by end of 3rd quarter.” It has an upgraded exterior and interior design that makes it a head-turner.
“These new enhancements perfectly complement the New Duster, while it retains its iconic crossover style body shape, this is one of our best models and has a great history in global markets,” Santos. In line with the advancements in technology in the industry, the new Duster is equipped with new rear view camera with guidelines, new automatic air conditioning, new window with anti-pinch and new multimedia 7-inch touch screen.