Used Renault Master Vans in Scotland

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Renault Master  2023, 10 miles, £29640 +21
Renault Master £29,640

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 10

Diesel

Renault Master  2023, 10 miles, £30360 +21
Renault Master £30,360

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 10

Diesel

Renault Master  2023, 12 miles, £32034 +24
Renault Master £32,034

2023

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Tax: n/a

Mileage: 12

Diesel

Renault Master  2024, 30 miles, £26990 +22
Renault Master £26,990
Plus VAT

2024

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 30

Other

Renault Master  2023, 100 miles, £34989 +28
Renault Master £34,989
Plus VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 100

Diesel

Renault Master  2023, 200 miles, £28989 +34
Renault Master £28,989
Plus VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 200

Diesel

Renault Master  2023, 248 miles, £35990 +19
Renault Master £35,990
Plus VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 248

Diesel

Renault Master  2023, 500 miles, £34989 +28
Renault Master £34,989
Plus VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 500

Diesel

Renault Master  2021, 6000 miles, £29990 +22
Renault Master £29,990
Plus VAT

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 6,000

Diesel

Renault Master  2023, 8000 miles, £24989 +27
Renault Master £24,989
Plus VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 8,000

Diesel

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Why buy a used Renault Master with Exchange and Mart?

Here's a very different kind of Renault Master. This, Renault's large LCV model line, has been around since 1980, with over 3 million examples sold in 50 countries over three generations, all of them built in Batilly, near Metz in Eastern France. This fourth generation version though, is arguably the most significant yet, described by its maker as 'the next generation multi-energy aero van'. That's a reference to the way this sleeker big LCV's new platform can accommodate three power sources - diesel, electric and hydrogen. Whatever your choice of variant, Renault claims it will be able to go further, carry more and cost less. Well, cost less to run anyway. All the engineering, as before, is shared with the Nissan Interstar (though this time round, not with the Vauxhall Movano). And brings Renault much closer to the new standards being set in this class by latest versions of the Mercedes Sprinter and the 2-tonne Ford Transit. Let's take a closer look.

About the Renault Master

This generation of Master needed to take a big step forward to stay competitive with its Ford, Volkswagen, Mercedes and Stellantis Group competitors in the large van segment. It has. As before, it's certainly true that all the same design and engineering can be yours in this model's Nissan Interstar clone. But if the deal on offer and the convenience of your local Renault franchise swings you this Master's way, there's lots to like here. It's no surprise that the diesel engine line-up's much the same, but it would have been nice to see a Transit-like PHEV option for those undecided about the switch to electric. That EV option's certainly more palatable thanks to this Master's switch to a larger, more usable 87kWh battery. To look at and to sit in, this Renault now feels like an LCV product of this century's third decade rather than its second. Whether that's enough for this model to significantly grow its market share it'll be interesting to see.