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28% Off list price... I personally think this is a cracking deal for a new zero mileage March Registered, 19 Plate, RENAULT KADJAR 1.3 TCE Iconic 5dr petrol - manual 140bhp all for £15998 - including first reg fee, road tax, warranty, and any selected factory added options.

Similar sized car to a Nissan QASHQAI (based on the same platform) & comes with 3yrs warranty for peace of mind & huge spec as standard. Review here -
autoexpress.co.uk/renault/kadjar

As quoted by auto express in a long term test:

"The Kadjar a great family SUV, though. For many of the features you want in a crossover – things like ride quality, comfort and in-car tech – the Kadjar finished in the Driver Power top 10. Consistent results across the board in our survey for running costs, build quality and practicality saw the Renault outscore its rivals, too"

Part exchanges taken & various finance schemes available.

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  • With apple play/android auto via R-Link 2 Multimedia system + 7" touchscreen, TomTom + West European Map, DAB radio, bluetooth + hands free, USB/AUX, voice control.

  • 19'' Zeus diamond cut alloy wheels

  • Auto wipers

  • Cruise control & speed limiter

  • Front and rear parking sensors with rear parking camera

  • 4x35W speakers with 3D sound

  • Two rear USB sockets

  • Automatic headlights

  • Dual zone automatic climate control

  • Front lateral airbags & Front and rear curtain airbags

  • Tyre pressure monitor

  • Key card hands free with walk away lock function

  • Driver/passenger 2 stage auto adaptive airbags

Free UK Delivery (some areas of Scotland are charged extra) & price quoted is solid paint.
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thedvdmonster19/05/2019 08:43

Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my …Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my diesel gets a good few hundred miles out of a full tank more than her petrol. Gid knows why the heavier kadjar must be like.


A 2 Kadjar family? I feel for you!
I'm waiting for electric cars to become this price!
The_Guru19/05/2019 09:22

BP is introducing charging points in all petrol stations soon. Rest will … BP is introducing charging points in all petrol stations soon. Rest will follow. Plus you can charge at home including services and car parks etc


I like your optimism.
I'm sure you are correct up to a point, but it's all too easy to imagine that at peak busy times there won't be enough - the same as at petrol stations now. But, with the key difference that each car in the queue will need at least 30 minutes to charge. I'm not against electric cars at all, I think for someone who has a driveway and a daily commute of under 100 miles they are already a practical alternative ... apart from the purchase price.
Pointless cars for people with more money than sense. In a world where most people are worried about emissions and fuel costs, why and earth do they buy these hateful crossovers. There is no more room inside than your normal family hatchback (which is cheaper), they are worse on fuel, look uglier, and are no better off road, as let’s face it is a leisure vehicle. The only thing they give you is a higher seating position. Even at this price, which I will concede is a decent price for a new car, you would still have to be stupid to buy it over a family hatchback. But even still the Qashqui, Kodiaq, Juke’s and all of these awful crossovers continue to sell better than ever, and I cannot understand why.
Edited by: "danbrooks9237" 20th May
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My new renault needed a claim every year of its 4year warranty. Renault cars now only come with 3 years. Some stuff they wouldn't even fix.
Cheap car tho!
Avoid the petrol version at all costs.
Wife and and I have the captur, my diesel gets a good few hundred miles out of a full tank more than her petrol. Gid knows why the heavier kadjar must be like.
thedvdmonster19/05/2019 08:43

Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my …Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my diesel gets a good few hundred miles out of a full tank more than her petrol. Gid knows why the heavier kadjar must be like.


A 2 Kadjar family? I feel for you!
thedvdmonster19/05/2019 08:43

Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my …Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my diesel gets a good few hundred miles out of a full tank more than her petrol. Gid knows why the heavier kadjar must be like.



The latest 1.3 petrol has good reviews - taken from Auto Express

"Meanwhile, the 1.3-litre petrol manual (in both 138 and 158bhp forms) returns 47.9mpg and emits 134g/km CO2 - making it less efficient than either of the diesels. However they're still pretty much class-leading figures in the crossover segment"
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 19th May
I'm waiting for electric cars to become this price!
I'm not a fan of SUVs but the one that does catch my eye is the Chinese-built MG ZS. You don't see that many around but it really looks nice in the flesh. You can pick up low mileage, 2018 ones on Auto trader for around £11.5k & still get the balance of the 7 year warranty.
The_Guru19/05/2019 08:55

I'm waiting for electric cars to become this price!


You'll be waiting a good decade or two then. In fact with inflation I imagine a bog standard electric Dacia Sandero will start at this price.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 19th May
The_Guru19/05/2019 08:55

I'm waiting for electric cars to become this price!

Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there are queues at all the charging stations when they need them.
M_z19/05/2019 09:06

Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there …Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there are queues at all the charging stations when they need them.


Good point
M_z19/05/2019 09:06

Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there …Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there are queues at all the charging stations when they need them.


BP is introducing charging points in all petrol stations soon. Rest will follow. Plus you can charge at home including services and car parks etc
Edited by: "The_Guru" 19th May
The_Guru19/05/2019 09:22

BP is introducing charging points in all petrol stations soon. Rest will … BP is introducing charging points in all petrol stations soon. Rest will follow. Plus you can charge at home including services and car parks etc


I like your optimism.
I'm sure you are correct up to a point, but it's all too easy to imagine that at peak busy times there won't be enough - the same as at petrol stations now. But, with the key difference that each car in the queue will need at least 30 minutes to charge. I'm not against electric cars at all, I think for someone who has a driveway and a daily commute of under 100 miles they are already a practical alternative ... apart from the purchase price.
M_z19/05/2019 09:33

I like your optimism. I'm sure you are correct up to a point, but it's …I like your optimism. I'm sure you are correct up to a point, but it's all too easy to imagine that at peak busy times there won't be enough - the same as at petrol stations now. But, with the key difference that each car in the queue will need at least 30 minutes to charge. I'm not against electric cars at all, I think for someone who has a driveway and a daily commute of under 100 miles they are already a practical alternative ... apart from the purchase price.


At the moment still expensive. Who knows? Tech might improve faster charging with longer distances in future
The_Guru19/05/2019 08:55

I'm waiting for electric cars to become this price!


And that's what this government need to do ,if they want people to seriously consider electric cars.
thedvdmonster19/05/2019 08:43

Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my …Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my diesel gets a good few hundred miles out of a full tank more than her petrol. Gid knows why the heavier kadjar must be like.


You do know diesels always give much better mileage than petrol don't you?
Yeah but we’re talking hundreds of miles difference for only a few quid more.
Edited by: "thedvdmonster" 19th May
Joe90_guy19/05/2019 09:01

I'm not a fan of SUVs but the one that does catch my eye is the …I'm not a fan of SUVs but the one that does catch my eye is the Chinese-built MG ZS. You don't see that many around but it really looks nice in the flesh. You can pick up low mileage, 2018 ones on Auto trader for around £11.5k & still get the balance of the 7 year warranty.


Took one for a test drive last year, very nice, love the apple CarPlay but the diesels are a good few quod more then petrol. Saw one on the motorway yesterday, first one in ages.
M_z19/05/2019 09:33

I like your optimism. I'm sure you are correct up to a point, but it's …I like your optimism. I'm sure you are correct up to a point, but it's all too easy to imagine that at peak busy times there won't be enough - the same as at petrol stations now. But, with the key difference that each car in the queue will need at least 30 minutes to charge. I'm not against electric cars at all, I think for someone who has a driveway and a daily commute of under 100 miles they are already a practical alternative ... apart from the purchase price.


Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in 15. The idea that if an electric car is charged it has to be charged to 100% is very strange.
thedvdmonster19/05/2019 08:43

Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my …Avoid the petrol version at all costs. Wife and and I have the captur, my diesel gets a good few hundred miles out of a full tank more than her petrol. Gid knows why the heavier kadjar must be like.



Wow! Diesel costs more than petrol, diesel engines costs more. Many diesel cars are hit with a tax to enter a city.
Why buy diesel? I have a diesel BMW 3 series, and yes, I get 68mpg on a nice summer day. In winter the efficiency collapses.
I look at the cost difference between petrol and diesel and the gap has widened. I say, avoid diesel at all costs. The clue is in the word: DIEsel.

I wonder why automatic is not the default option, given the future is electric and these are effectively automatic.
Do children still learn to drive a manual? Is there any point in such outdated technology?
The myth is automatic uses more fuel. Often not, and many manual drivers are not efficient drivers and do not change gear at the exact required time, lowering fuel consumption.

Could it be Mrs is an inefficient driver and does not know when to change gears? Are her journeys shorter than yours?
The cost of filling your tank is higher than hers. Did you compare in summer or winter?
M_z19/05/2019 09:06

Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there …Ahhh, but when that happens, people will buy them ... then find that there are queues at all the charging stations when they need them.


Oh then they’ll be a electricity strike because the person at the computer at the electricity plant wants more money for pushing buttons. Then people will be queuing around the block a day or 2 before hand so they can fill their cars and any spare batteries they’ll have laying around.
The other issue will be Kwik Fit,ats f1 will tell you that you need a new lux capacitor and a 5634 type yd replacement cell and the cost (with a small discount of course) £131.63.
jamesdew19/05/2019 10:47

Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in …Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in 15. The idea that if an electric car is charged it has to be charged to 100% is very strange.


Not sure about car batteries, but generally speaking not charging a battery to 100% or giving it a 'decent charge' tends to reduce the lifespan of the battery if this is done multiple times such as with mobile phones.

I would imagine although the car battery will be more durable the above will still be true.
Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 19th May
It’s funny how Skodas where ugly as hell then they got a new stylist etc and now quite nice ,same for Ford and Kia and now Peugeot but Renault never seemed to get the memo
Edited by: "the.porter" 19th May
It’s great value at this price though. A similar VW would be £7k more
petermcgregor1419/05/2019 10:52

Not sure about car batteries, but generally speaking not charging a …Not sure about car batteries, but generally speaking not charging a battery to 100% or giving it a 'decent charge' tends to reduce the lifespan of the battery if this is done multiple times such as with mobile phones.I would imagine although the car battery will be more durable the above will still be true.


they have pretty sophisticated battery management systems now this will vary on the kind of battery used as well as what the charging system decides to do with the power it recieved. It could charge one cell a lot or spread it over several cells. These sorts of ideas about electric cars are outdated, its also outdated thinking for a modern mobile phone.
Pointless cars for people with more money than sense. In a world where most people are worried about emissions and fuel costs, why and earth do they buy these hateful crossovers. There is no more room inside than your normal family hatchback (which is cheaper), they are worse on fuel, look uglier, and are no better off road, as let’s face it is a leisure vehicle. The only thing they give you is a higher seating position. Even at this price, which I will concede is a decent price for a new car, you would still have to be stupid to buy it over a family hatchback. But even still the Qashqui, Kodiaq, Juke’s and all of these awful crossovers continue to sell better than ever, and I cannot understand why.
Edited by: "danbrooks9237" 20th May
jamesdew19/05/2019 11:08

they have pretty sophisticated battery management systems now this will …they have pretty sophisticated battery management systems now this will vary on the kind of battery used as well as what the charging system decides to do with the power it recieved. It could charge one cell a lot or spread it over several cells. These sorts of ideas about electric cars are outdated, its also outdated thinking for a modern mobile phone.


Are you serious? I have a Samsung note 8 and it does not hold it's charge nearly as well as when it was first purchased, this is the case for all recent phones I have had and whilst it does still hold a decent level of charge there clearly has been some reduction in battery life.

I am confident others will agree that mobile phone batteries do indeed lose charge over time.

As for this outdated thinking about modern electric cars, go check the forums please, plenty complain about reductions in range.

Furthermore have a look at what car advice on this which was given in February 2019 so pretty recent and applicable to todays electric cars. It literally says what I mentioned above. It also notes that most manufacturers of electric cars offer only a 3-5 year warranty on the battery and with the batteries beuing such an expensive replacement careful use of the car in regards to charging it to near full and allowing it to deplete to low levels but not flat will help to extend the life of the battery.

whatcar.com/adv…117

I am for electric cars, electric cars are clearly getting better and better and this is good for the environment but they still have drawbacks (as well as advantages) and suggesting otherwise is just misleading people.
Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 19th May
Of course batteries degrade over time I mean you dont have to manually manage their charging cycles yourself.
petermcgregor1419/05/2019 11:23

Are you serious? I have a Samsung note 8 and it does not hold it's charge …Are you serious? I have a Samsung note 8 and it does not hold it's charge nearly as well as when it was first purchased, this is the case for all recent phones I have had and whilst it does still hold a decent level of charge there clearly has been some reduction in battery life. I am confident others will agree that mobile phone batteries do indeed lose charge over time. As for this outdated thinking about modern electric cars, go check the forums please, plenty complain about reductions in range. Furthermore have a look at what car advice on this which was given in February 2019 so pretty recent and applicable to todays electric cars. It literally says what I mentioned above. It also notes that most manufacturers of electric cars offer only a 3-5 year warranty on the battery and with the batteries beuing such an expensive replacement careful use of the car in regards to charging it to near full and allowing it to deplete to low levels but not flat will help to extend the life of the battery.https://www.whatcar.com/advice/owning/how-long-do-electric-vehicle-batteries-last-for/n18117I am for electric cars, electric cars are clearly getting better and better and this is good for the environment but they still have drawbacks and suggesting otherwise is just misleading people.

petermcgregor1419/05/2019 10:52

Not sure about car batteries, but generally speaking not charging a …Not sure about car batteries, but generally speaking not charging a battery to 100% or giving it a 'decent charge' tends to reduce the lifespan of the battery if this is done multiple times such as with mobile phones.I would imagine although the car battery will be more durable the above will still be true.



jamesdew19/05/2019 11:08

These sorts of ideas about electric cars are outdated, its also outdated …These sorts of ideas about electric cars are outdated, its also outdated thinking for a modern mobile phone.


The above seemed to suggest you were disagreeing with me rather than agreeing, I only commented on the battery losing charge over time and being mindful of charging habits, which the link I posted supports. The above seemed to suggest you were referring to batteries holding their charge, you also commented that my notion of mobile phone batteries losing charge over time was also outdated...which you manually do manage yourself in that you decide when to disconnect it from a plug, as you would also decide when to stop charging your electric car at a charging point at home/at fuel station.

Why not just comment, you agree but that charging management systems help to reduce battery loss over time to some extent, rather than say these ideas of batteries losing their charge are completely outdated.
thedvdmonster19/05/2019 10:16

Yeah but we’re talking hundreds of miles difference for only a few quid m …Yeah but we’re talking hundreds of miles difference for only a few quid more.


That's normal I have a c4 diesel that I can get about 600 miles out of yet the petrol version will only do about 400
Seems like a good deal to me

They are pre-registered though, still a good deal but worth noting when comparing
Edited by: "Axeboy" 19th May
jamesdew19/05/2019 11:08

they have pretty sophisticated battery management systems now this will …they have pretty sophisticated battery management systems now this will vary on the kind of battery used as well as what the charging system decides to do with the power it recieved. It could charge one cell a lot or spread it over several cells. These sorts of ideas about electric cars are outdated, its also outdated thinking for a modern mobile phone.


Current battery technology definitely degrades.
jamesdew19/05/2019 10:47

Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in …Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in 15. The idea that if an electric car is charged it has to be charged to 100% is very strange.


Depends entirely on how long your journey is surely?
Common.Sense19/05/2019 10:50

Wow! Diesel costs more than petrol, diesel engines costs more. Many diesel …Wow! Diesel costs more than petrol, diesel engines costs more. Many diesel cars are hit with a tax to enter a city. Why buy diesel? I have a diesel BMW 3 series, and yes, I get 68mpg on a nice summer day. In winter the efficiency collapses.I look at the cost difference between petrol and diesel and the gap has widened. I say, avoid diesel at all costs. The clue is in the word: DIEsel. I wonder why automatic is not the default option, given the future is electric and these are effectively automatic.Do children still learn to drive a manual? Is there any point in such outdated technology?The myth is automatic uses more fuel. Often not, and many manual drivers are not efficient drivers and do not change gear at the exact required time, lowering fuel consumption.Could it be Mrs is an inefficient driver and does not know when to change gears? Are her journeys shorter than yours?The cost of filling your tank is higher than hers. Did you compare in summer or winter?


I agree with your assessment of diesels. Unless you're doing mega-miles, it's hard to justify them economically.

However it's hard to argue that common-or-garden, fluid coupling automatics are on a par with manuals. My daughter's I-10 auto gets about 33 mpg! Yes you can go to double clutch autos but they're significantly more expensive to build & aren't without they're technical problems.

They're not at all popular but for me, the best option is the robotised manual box like on my little Suzy. You get the ease of two pedal driving with the fuel economy of a manual, they're dirt cheap to manufacture & if you're in the mood, you can drive it in manual mode.
Joe90_guy19/05/2019 13:29

I agree with your assessment of diesels. Unless you're doing mega-miles, …I agree with your assessment of diesels. Unless you're doing mega-miles, it's hard to justify them economically.However it's hard to argue that common-or-garden, fluid coupling automatics are on a par with manuals. My daughter's I-10 auto gets about 33 mpg! Yes you can go to double clutch autos but they're significantly more expensive to build & aren't without they're technical problems.They're not at all popular but for me, the best option is the robotised manual box like on my little Suzy. You get the ease of two pedal driving with the fuel economy of a manual, they're dirt cheap to manufacture & if you're in the mood, you can drive it in manual mode.



Look at the newer BMW and Meredes models and compare the difference, in official, figures for manual -v- automatic.
Then consider how efficient people are at changing gears. Is there a significant difference? Some years ago I noticed some automatic models had higher fuel efficiency than manual.

I wonder if people who say, "automatics are not fun" think they should have to press a button at the same time as braking to make it more fun. Surely automatic brake lights are make driving less "fun".
I passed on a manual and never driven once since! That was years ago. I did not see the oint.

Latest BMW 320d fuel consumption data (seems real life figures) manual 54.3-56.5 and automatic 53.3-55.4.
The difference is negligible. If someone is inefficient in gear changes auto may be more efficient. Also, if they drive in ECO mode.
fleetnews.co.uk/new…ons
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 19th May
Common.Sense19/05/2019 13:47

Look at the newer BMW and Meredes models and compare the difference, in …Look at the newer BMW and Meredes models and compare the difference, in official, figures for manual -v- automatic.Then consider how efficient people are at changing gears. Is there a significant difference? Some years ago I noticed some automatic models had higher fuel efficiency than manual.I wonder if people who say, "automatics are not fun" think ttheu should have to press a button at the same time as braking to make it more fun. Surely automatic brake lights are make driving less "fun". I passed on a manual and never driven once since! That was years ago. I did not see the point.



You're right except for the fact that you can't honestly say that BMW or Merc are 'economy' cars. Both marques cater for the high end of the market & can absorb the cost of the complex auto box. The DC or 7-speed auto boxes on these vehicles are only ever 'efficient' if you overlook the initial, exorbitant cost of the car. Drop down to the class of cars where overall fuel economy AND vehicle cost have to be balanced off simultaneously (take Dacia as an extreme example) and see how the cost of a complex 'manual equivalent' auto hammers the affordability of the car.
jamesdew19/05/2019 10:47

Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in …Why would they need at least 30 minutes, they can get a decent charge in 15. The idea that if an electric car is charged it has to be charged to 100% is very strange.


Still a long time compared to firing in £20 petrol especially if you are rushing to get to work.
Common.Sense19/05/2019 10:50

Wow! Diesel costs more than petrol, diesel engines costs more. Many diesel …Wow! Diesel costs more than petrol, diesel engines costs more. Many diesel cars are hit with a tax to enter a city. Why buy diesel? I have a diesel BMW 3 series, and yes, I get 68mpg on a nice summer day. In winter the efficiency collapses.I look at the cost difference between petrol and diesel and the gap has widened. I say, avoid diesel at all costs. The clue is in the word: DIEsel. I wonder why automatic is not the default option, given the future is electric and these are effectively automatic.Do children still learn to drive a manual? Is there any point in such outdated technology?The myth is automatic uses more fuel. Often not, and many manual drivers are not efficient drivers and do not change gear at the exact required time, lowering fuel consumption.Could it be Mrs is an inefficient driver and does not know when to change gears? Are her journeys shorter than yours?The cost of filling your tank is higher than hers. Did you compare in summer or winter?


Yeah, but peTROL.......
Good stuff
Joe90_guy19/05/2019 14:30

You're right except for the fact that you can't honestly say that BMW or …You're right except for the fact that you can't honestly say that BMW or Merc are 'economy' cars. Both marques cater for the high end of the market & can absorb the cost of the complex auto box. The DC or 7-speed auto boxes on these vehicles are only ever 'efficient' if you overlook the initial, exorbitant cost of the car. Drop down to the class of cars where overall fuel economy AND vehicle cost have to be balanced off simultaneously (take Dacia as an extreme example) and see how the cost of a complex 'manual equivalent' auto hammers the affordability of the car.


I have a BMW 3 series Efficient Dynamics. 68mpg on diesel. Newer models are more efficient. I purchased specifically for fuel economy, so got horrible alloys. I actually achieve 68mpg+ on a summer day during my 34 mile return school run, sometimes twice a day! Winter is 15% less. Still better than my old Mazda MX3 auto - 28 mpg petrol (just 50 left in the country).

Then again, 28mpg is cheaper motoring that paying for a more expensive and unreliable brand such as BMW.
Instead of £1k fuel, it would be £2k per year. I learnt my lesson.
danbrooks923719/05/2019 11:14

Pointless cars for people with more money than sense. In a world where …Pointless cars for people with more money than sense. In a world where most people are worried about emissions and fuel costs, why and earth to they buy these hateful crossovers. There is no more from inside than your normal family hatchback (which is cheaper), they are worse on fuel, look uglier, and are no better off road, as let’s face it is a leisure vehicle. The only thing they give you is a higher seating position. Even at this price, which I will concede is a decent price for a new car, you would still have to be stupid to buy it over a family hatchback. But even still the Qashqui, Kodiaq, Juke’s and all of these awful crossovers continue to sell better than ever, and I cannot understand why.


You might be referring to crossovers from a few years back? These new ones certainly do not belch pollutants the way you've stated, 134g/ km puts this car only in VED Band E which many, many saloons and hatchbacks fall under.

A work colleague owns the 1.5dCi Dynamique SNav variant of the Kadjar and with emissions of 99g/km, it is actually tax free and she regularly gets close to 60mpg, sometimes over on a good motorway run.

The Kadjar is a great crossover if you're on a budget, with slightly more boot space compared to a Qashqai and well, some French styling thrown in to the mix!

Here are a few long-term tests of the Kadjar:

autoexpress.co.uk/ren…jar
telegraph.co.uk/car…st/
autocar.co.uk/car…val

3-year depreciation tends to be high on these, but this is a very good price for a brand new model.
Edited by: "hcc27" 19th May
Sounds a cracking deal!! I’ve got a 1.5 desiel 2016 one on pcp and it’s a lot more than this price! Love the car, only downside is the rear doors don’t have much entrance room so could be problem for anyone with small kids!
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