Renault has unveiled two new product ranges for its Master conversion programme.
The new aluminium tipper Master joins the existing steel body tipper models, while a new Luton box van replaces the previous model and brings a number of updates.
The aluminium tipper offers a more lightweight vehicle, with a payload increased by up to 150kg compared with steel variants.
There’s a variant with a secure tool box between the cab and the tipper body, along with a range of available accessories including beacons, tow-bars, cages and tail-lifts.
The aluminium tipper is converted by VFS, and prices start at £32,300 excluding VAT.
The new Luton model offers a payload increase of between 40kg and 60kg compared with its predecessor, along a £950 price reduction.
The Luton box is now included in the vehicle’s standard specification, rather than as an option, and is compatible with a column-mounted tail-lift.
The conversion is carried out by Truckcraft, and prices start at £31,850, again excluding VAT.
Both the aluminium tipper and Luton box van come in Business trim, with which safety equipment includes ABS with electronic brake distribution and electronic stability control.
Other features include driver’s seat height and lumbar adjustment, an armrest, electric windows, cup holders, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, DAB radio, a CD player, Bluetooth smartphone connectivity and a 12V socket in the dashboard.
A three-year/100,000 mile warranty and a lifetime roadside assistance package are also included.