Renault’s Motability scheme offers converter models to create WAVs

December 4, 2018

Sometimes customising a vehicle to make it wheelchair-accessible is a lifeline. It means freedom, comfort and control. Renault has been at the forefront of supplying suitable base vehicles into the Motability market for wheelchair accessibility for many years. Renault say, “Our converter partners are able to offer a great selection of vehicles to meet the specific needs of the wheelchair user, so whether you are a Motability customer or looking to outright purchase a wheelchair accessible vehicle, then we can introduce you to our converter partners who are experts in this field.

“Our converter partners will be delighted to advise you on the most suitable Renault product and accessible solution for your needs. You have the comfort of knowing that these converters have been working in partnership with Renault to ensure that their conversion meets the highest possible standards.”

Two models can be converted:

Renault Trafic – with a range of features available to keep you safe and make life easier, plus a fuel economy of up to 47.9mpg helping you to minimise Renault Trafic fuel costs.
Renault Master –specifically designed to adapt to the most demanding requirements. It is efficient with space and can be converted into a minibus. Master achieves fuel economy of up to 40.4mpg. Renault’s Motability scheme offers converter models to create WAVs

Along with models including the Twingo, Captur and Clio, Renault offer a wide range of vehicles under the Motability scheme.

Meanwhile, At the 2018 Moscow Motor Show, Groupe Renault will present the world premiere of a show car: a Renault C-segment crossover. Russia will be the first country to sell this new model but expect it to head to these shores if it’s a hit there.


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