Compare Renault Van Insurance

If you’re considering buying a van, whether it be for your business or your home life, Renault have a great range of options. Here we'll tell you a little more about them and how to make sure you get a great deal on Renault van insurance too.

The Renault Range

Finding a van make & model that’s perfect for your needs couldn't be easier these days. Lots of models have different wheel base and height variations meaning you can configure a van so that it is just right for you. Whether you’re buying new or second hand, it’s worth doing a little research to ensure that what you choose really is the best van for the job.

Renault has a range of current van types, from small through to large commercial. What they have in common is that all new Renault vans come equipped with a whole range of features either as standard or add-ons. You can opt to install their 'Ready 4 Work' system to store tools and equipment too.

The Renault Kangoo and Kangoo ZE

Renault's caddy van is available as standard or with an electric engine (Kangoo ZE). You can also try the Kangoo Maxi which offers a good amount of storage with a useful volume size of 2.4m3 if you’re carrying passengers. If you’re not, the seats can be folded away, neatly increasing the available volume to 3.6m3.

The Renault Trafic

Need something larger? The Renault Trafic - no that’s not a typo, it is spelled that way - may be the van for you. It’s swath styling on the outside is matched by internal electronic wizardry which means the Trafic can pretty much act as a mobile office. Ideal if you need to stay connected while you’re out on a job. Available at a Panel van with between 5.2m3 and 8m3 of space, a Crew van to seat 6 or a Passenger van for 9, the Trafic is certainly versatile.

The Renault Master

For a practical, strong and economical commercial vehicle, there is the Renault Master. It has adjustable driving position, added accessible storage areas, and even climate control and soundproofing. Configurable as a van, a crew van, a chassis cab, platform cab or dropside, the Master is extremely flexible. 

Insuring your Renault van

Ready to buy a Renault van? Have you considered how you'll insure it? We can help you there...

First, decide on your level of cover. By law, you need at least a third party policy in place. That covers the damage you cause to someone else’s property in an accident and any injury they might receive, but not the damage to your own van. If you want your vehicle covered against damage, then a fully comprehensive policy will give you that peace of mind.

If you'll be driving your Renault van for work, you’ll need to choose 'Business Use' on your policy – without it your insurance might not be valid should you need to make a claim.

Our experts have been busy and we can tell you what prices we’re seeing at the moment for van cover. Remember, these are averages, your own cost will depend on factors specific to you.**

Trafic - £679.06
Kangoo - £593.58
Master - £751.00
Clio - £788.34
Extra - £546.02

**Based on Compare the Market data from May 2018.

Comparing Renault Van insurance quotes

If you’re worried about the costs of these different varieties of insurance, we can help you understand the prices of each. Let’s compare Renault van insurance and help you find the best deals on the market for you.

Just start with our van insurance comparison page, enter some details about yourself, the van and the type of cover you require and we'll find you a selection of cheap Renault van insurance policies based on your needs.

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