Renault has sweetened the deal on its Koleos medium SUV by offering an additional two years’ worth of unlimited-kilometre warranty, now totalling seven years across the range.
The servicing costs over the first three years of Koleos ownership will also be covered by the French manufacturer.
The offer represents a real world saving of $1107 on servicing costs over three years, with Renault Australia Managing Director Anouk Poelmann wishing for “more Australians to truly see the value of this exciting and attractive SUV” in the wake of a 35 percent slump in year-to-date sales compared to the same time last year.
The servicing covers the cost of its class-leading 12-month/30,000km service intervals for three years or 90,000km, but doesn't include any wear and tear items or additional scheduled replacements like air or pollen filters.
However, the offer is extended to MY17 and MY18 cars (like dealer demonstrators), with a balance of the three-year servicing and seven-year warranty remaining from its initial registration date.
Consisting of six variants overall, the range starts from $30,990 (excluding on-road costs) for the 2WD Koleos Life petrol up to the range-topping AWD Koleos Intens diesel for $47,990.
Renault also started offering the Koleos Formula Edition ($35,990) in July which is inspired by Aussie hero Daniel Ricciardo’s Formula 1 career and Renault’s motorsport heritage.
Renault Koleos pricing
- Koleos Life petrol 4x2 - $30,990
- Koleos Zen petrol 4x2 - $35,490
- Koleos Formula Edition 4x2 - $35,990
- Koleos Intens petrol 4x2 - $43,990
- Koleos Intens petrol 4x4 - $45,990
- Koleos Intens diesel 4x4 - $47,990
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