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Renault Kadjar 1.6 dCi Dynamique S 4WD review: Renault outsmarts the Qashqai with new Nissan-based SUV

Renault Kadjar 1.6 dCi Dynamique S 4WD1
The Kadjar is actually based on the Qashqai but is that where the similarities end?

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18 June 2015

Renault Kadjar 1.6 dCi Dynamique S 4WD

What’s not?

  • The Kadjar might be a tidy drive, but it’s that not much fun. The steering in particular needs more feel
  • Although much improved, the Kadjar’s touchscreen with R-Link is still not perfect. Our test car’s sat-nav seemed to be a bit confused and glitchy.

Verdict on the Renault Kadjar 1.6 dCi Dynamique S 4WD

Renault may have arrived late to the big crossover party, but the French company have learnt from rivals, including the Nissan Qashqai, as to what buyers want. The result is, that the Kadjar is a good-looking, well equipped, affordable choice with low company car tax rates.

Fancy saving even more tax on your Kadjar? Predictions are, that two-wheel drive versions will be more popular for the SME company car buyer. The two-wheel drive version of the 1.9 dCi 130 Dynamique S equals 117g/km CO2, 62.8mpg and a 21% BIK figure.

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