Renault has been growing its car line up, offering even more desirable cars for a variety of different buyers. The Kadjar is one of its newer models, which gives drivers a higher driving position akin to an SUV, while remaining relatively smaller and easier to park than a larger car. We've picked out three of the best from the range, taking into consideration three different price points.
The Smart choice for saving money– Kadjar Expression+
The Expression+ is the entry-level specification in the Kadjar range, but it still features a whole host of features to make travel comfortable.
Outside the Expression+ features LED daytime running lights, tinted windows and electronically adjustable door mirrors. These are also body coloured, to keep the Kadjar colour-coded. There’s also powerful halogen front lights to provide capable visibility in the dark.
With regards to the interior, drivers can expect a DAB radio and air conditioning, along with deadlocks on every door to ensure that both cars and belongings are kept as safe as possible.
ISOFIX child seat mounting points also mean that the base-level Kadjar is set up straight away for families, while emergency brake assist, ABS and tyre pressure monitors mean that all of the occupants are safe while driving. Cruise control makes the Expression+ more comfortable on longer journeys, too.
The Kadjar Expression+ starts from £17,995
The Smart choice for those on a budget – Kadjar Dynamique Nav
The Kadjar Dynamique Nav sits further up the range than the Expression+, but still offers excellent value for money.
Outside, the Dynamique Nav benefits from roof bars to which bicycle racks and roof boxes can be fitted. As well as this, the rear windows receive a darker tint, which helps aid both interior cooling during summer months and also safety.
This particular model also benefits from satellite navigation with European mapping, ideal for holidays spent abroad.
Also featured are a leather steering wheel, automatic headlights with automatic windscreen wipers and a handsfree key card to enter and start the car. There’s an upgraded sound system, too.
The Dynamique Nav incorporates Eco Mode, which sets the car to return the very best economy, while an audible warning for seatbelts being unfastened will no doubt come in handy for parents with small children.
The Dynamique Nav starts at £19,696
The Smart choice for technophiles – Signature Nav
Right at the top of the range, the Signature Nav has the very best that Renault offers in terms of equipment and technology.
The Signature Nav benefits from a full panoramic sunroof, which gives the cabin a much airier feel.
As well as this, stand out equipment sees full LED headlamps added to the front of the car, giving drivers the very best in lighting technology.
Automatic climate control keeps a constant temperature in the cabin, adjusting it to maintain a comfortable environment for both driver and passenger.
As well as this, a Nappa leather-covered steering wheel and electrically-adjustable front streets give the interior a much more premium air.
There are added levels of safety technology included on the Signature Nav, too. Lane departure technology gives drivers an audible warning should they stray from a lane on the motorway, while two stage auto-adaptive airbags provide occupants the very best protection should there be a crash.
All of the Signature Nav’s additional equipment does come at a premium, however, with this top-of-the-range model coming in at £21,695.
After completing his university studies in English and Creative Writing in Cardiff, Jack is now a full time motoring writer at Blackball Media. His love of cars stems from his childhood years when he began to live and breathe all-things automotive.
February 5, 2016