Signature S Nav is in the Renault Kadjar Range

The Kadjar has been a great addition to Renault’s SUV lineup and the French company introduced a new range topping Signature S Nav trim level. The new specification model was built upon the existing Signature Nav trim level with added technology and black leather detailing.

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The current top-of-the-range Signature Nav already includes a number of desirable comfort and convenience features such as dual zone climate control, panoramic roof, heated and electrically operated folding mirrors, integrated satellite navigation, traffic sign recognition, keyless start, Bluetooth connectivity and a Bose sound system. There’s also a seven inch touchscreen interface for the sat nav and infotainment controls, automatic LED headlamps and 19 inch diamond cut alloys, all adding up to a very smart package.

S Nav Extras

With the new Signature S Nav trim level you also got front and rear parking sensors plus a rear parking camera, hands free parking and heated front seats. The driver’s seat is electrically adjustable too for perfect comfort while a blind spot warning system should help to keep you safe on the road.

The Signature S Nav was priced £1,400 higher than the Signature Nav but Renault reckons you get extra kit to the value of about £1,750, which sounds like a pretty good deal. This means prices for the Signature S Nav range from £23,695 to £28,195, depending which engine and gearbox combination you choose.

How to Get One

Renault is taking orders for the Kadjar if you want to take a peak.
The Kadjar is an important model for Renault in the key crossover sector. The French SUV can only benefit from sharing a chassis and a number of its components with the class leading Nissan Qashqai, even if the two models look quite individual from the outside. It’s as practical, comfortable and spacious as it is stylish and is part of a brave new world for Renault in the UK), after years of lacklustre model line ups left the French firm struggling with paltry sales figures.

Renault has also made a new seven speed dual clutch automatic transmission available to the Kadjar line up, which can be ordered with the 130 TCe petrol unit for an extra £1,200.

What to remember

It is up to you to get the insurance sorted out ready for when you drive it and the road tax organised to.  You will also need to make sure the v5 is done and that the DVLA know you now own it.  Check when it was last serviced and the MOT on the car.  If it’s needing a new one then perhaps take it to a Gloucester MOT company with options including

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