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An all-new light signature

At the front, New Kadjar carries over the C-Shape light signature from the Renault range. It strengthens it by integrating LED indicators into daytime running lights. The fog lamps also gain LEDs with LED Pure Vision technology (standard from the Intens trim level). As a result, energy consumption is six times lower than with halogen lamps. The fog lamps are now rectangular, accentuating the “go-anywhere” style of Kadjar.

 

At the rear, the indicators also gain LEDs, as do the reversing lights and fog lamps, which are now slimmer and built into the bumper for a more elegant finish.

 

A stronger visual identity

Designers reworked the front and rear ends of New Kadjar to give it even greater appeal. New features include a wider grille with new chrome inserts. The bumpers are more stylish with a larger area of body-coloured paintwork.

 

More opulent exterior styling

Depending on the trim level, the redesigned rear bumper features touches of chrome that give the car a stronger on-road stance. Top trim levels gain a shark fin antenna.

 

Even more choice

New Kadjar is available with two new types of 17- and 19-inch wheels, along with three new colours: “Oural Green”, “Iron Blue” and “Highland Grey”.

 

An airy, opulent cabin

 

“For New Kadjar, we placed the emphasis on quality. We gave the trim inserts a more homogenous design and improved overall gap and flush. We also developed a flush-fitting multimedia touch screen and reviewed the design of the air conditioning controls. The improvements are clear to see."

Mehdy Delemer, Chief Product Specialist, Kadjar

 

Right from the start, Renault Kadjar made passenger comfort a priority. New Kadjar goes even further with a more contemporary design and improvements in perceived quality.

 

A new, more elegant multimedia touch screen

The central part of the dashboardhas a new multimedia touch screen with capacitive technology for a brighter display and greater sensitivity. Measuring 7 inches diagonally, this screen displays the R-LINK 2 system, with the controls on either side. The screen is flush-mounted for a perfect profile, giving the dashboard a more elegant, unbroken line.

 

Air conditioning controls with a more modern, ergonomic design

The new control panel for the automatic air conditioning has a more modern, ergonomic design, with the temperature and ventilation settings displayed in the centre of three thumbwheels. Clear and intuitive.

 

Further improvements in quality

New Kadjar has an eye for detail! The air vent surrounds, door handles and central console feature touches of satin chrome. The inner door panels are fitted with new controls for the electric windows and door mirrors, with backlighting for easier use at night.

 

New choices in interior ambience

New colours are now available, alongside new upholstery with top-stitching, in some cases with a textured 3D effect. Alcantara upholstery is also available, with the new Black Edition trim.

 

Encadré: KADJAR Black Edition

A new sporty finish called Black Edition now tops the Kadjar range. Distinctive interior features include Alcantara upholstery, a black headliner and special protective mats. On the outside, Kadjar Black Edition features new 19-inch alloy wheels, front and rear protective skid plates in a contrasting colour and black door mirror housings.

 

Encadré: KADJAR Wave

For the launch of Kadjar in France, there will be a new limited series called Wave. Based on the Life trim, it includes special upholstery with blue top-stitching, a 7-inch multimedia touch tablet and dual-zone regulated air conditioning. It also features a front grille and rear bumper with chrome inserts, a chrome strip on the lower door guards, some 19-inch diamond-effect, roof racks and a shark fin antenna.

 

Optimized comfort

 

“Customer surveys highlight the comfort of Kadjar. With New Kadjar, we are aiming to do even better in this respect. We redesigned the seats to provide better support, improved the ventilation system and devoted particular attention to practical aspects such as the armrest, which now has a sliding function. "

Jean Chevennement, Assistant Program Director, Kadjar

 

On board New Kadjar, the upgrades in interior comfort make a real difference.

 

More ergonomic seats

The redesigned seats now feature length adjustment. They also include double density foam to enhance comfort and prevent fatigue on long journeys, and firmer side reinforcements provide better support. The sliding front armrest adapts to all body shapes.

 

Remodelled door inner panels

The door inner panels have been completely reworked. The controls for the electric door mirrors and one-touch windows are now on the same panel, which includes backlighting for use at night. Positioned under the inserts with their satin chrome trim, the door bins are now big enough to hold a large bottle of water.

 

Improved heating distribution

The new air vents on the back of the central console provide improved thermal comfort for passengers in the rear.

 

Improvements in fuel-efficiency and performance

 

New Kadjar adopts new-generation Renault engines. To respect applicable standards, both the gasoline and diesel powertrains feature the latest emission control technologies. At the same time, they gain enhanced drivability and performance, along with lower fuel consumption.

 

Gasoline: An ultramodern 1.3 TCe GPF engine

New Kadjar adopts the 1.3 TCe engine first fitted on Scénic and subsequently deployed on Captur and Mégane. Developed by the Alliance in cooperation with Daimler, this powertrain meets the highest standards in performance and drivability. Performance is smooth and vibration-free with the 4-cylinder architecture. The engine also performs well at low revs, with its generous torque. On Kadjar, this engine is fitted with a gasoline particulate filter (GPF). The filter destroys particles in the exhaust gases by trapping them in a microporous honeycomb structure that regenerates automatically at regular intervals. The TCe GPF engine is available in four versions: TCe 140 GPF manual transmission, TCe 140 EDC GPF, TCe 160 GPF manual transmission and TCe 160 GPF EDC.

 

Diesel: more power, more drivability, fewer pollutant emissions

New Kadjar features modernized diesel engines with a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system, considered as the most effective nitrogen oxide (NOx) post-treatment solution. This technology cuts engine pollutant emissions with no trade-off in performance! At the same time, the engines now referred to by the name of “Blue dCi” gain enhanced power and drivability on New Kadjar.

  • The Blue dCi 115 engine increases power by 5 hp and torque by 10 Nm compared with the previous-generation engine, for smooth, frugal performance. Available with a manual transmission, it will be available at a later date with the dual-clutch EDC transmission.
  • The Blue dCi 150 is the cutting-edge option on New Kadjar. Increasing output by 20 hp compared with its predecessor, it delivers outstanding performance. Mated to a manual transmission, it will be available in 4x2 and 4x4 versions.

 

Reliability tested and approved

Powertrain durability is a key concern for Renault. The new 1.3 TCe gasoline engine underwent no fewer than 40,000 hours of tests on an engine test bench. This is equivalent to 14 years of operation, eight hours a day!

 

 

9: Transmissions

Equally at home on the road – or off it

 

Proven 4WD transmission

The 4WD transmission on Kadjar benefits from the expertise of Nissan. Kadjar delivers a surefooted performance on slippery roads, driving up to a ski resort in winter, for example, or driving on soft ground.

 

Three modes for a full range of requirements

The 4WD transmission on Kadjar offers a choice of three operating modes:

  • 2WD: power is supplied only to the front wheels, to bring down fuel consumption.
  • Auto: the onboard electronics automatically splits the torque between the two axles. Up to 50% of torque can be transferred to the rear wheels.
  • Lock: the central differential is locked for a permanent 50/50 torque split between front and rear. Reserved for off-road use, this mode is available at speeds of up to 40 kmph.

These modes are selected using a thumbwheel ion the central console, behind the gear lever.

 

Real off-road capacities

With generous clearance of 200 mm, Kadjar can take on sunken paths without difficulty. The angle of attack (17°) and angle of departure (25°) are also geared to requirements.

 

The Extended Grip system for 2WD versions

Extended Grip remains available on 4x2 versions of Kadjar. Used with “mud and snow” tires, this anti-skid function improves traction for easier driving on muddy or sandy surfaces. Three modes can be selected using a thumbwheel on the central console, behind the gear lever.

 

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Questa vettura sembra una proposta scartata da Nissan del Qashqai! Non ha nulla di Renault, troppo giapponese come stile! È una delle C suv piu banali in commercio

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Finalmente le bocchette posteriori.
A me piace molto, ho solo un problema con la posizione di guida perché tocco con il copri piantone dello sterzo.
Visto che son stufo di aspettare Fca, probabilmente sarà la prossima auto di famiglia.

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Sorvolando sulle finiture che sembrano cosi cheap...Basta con questi maledetti scarichi di plastica!

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Le modifiche estetiche non cambiano la sostanza di una vettura che ho sempre trovato avere un design pulito e piacevole.

Per fortuna (a mio gusto) non si è messa a piangere :lol:

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Stilisticamente puo' essere ok, ma l'abitacolo e' cheap.

 

Io sceglierei senza ombra di dubbio la cugina Nissan. Il Qashqai e' molto piu' riuscito e completo.

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Debuttano anche i nuovi motori a benzina, ma mi sembra che anche questa volta non siano abbinabili al 4x4

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Tra l'altro tutti i benzina di nuova generazione monteranno il filtro anti particolato. Speriamo bene...

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3 ore fa, OverBoost scrive:

Debuttano anche i nuovi motori a benzina, ma mi sembra che anche questa volta non siano abbinabili al 4x4

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cheppalle questa cosa...

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