Renault is extending the Kadjar line-up in UK with the introduction of a new version, called Signature S Nav. This way, Renault Kadjar customers are now able to choose from a total of five trim levels. This new model is based on the already available Signature Nav and comes with full black leather upholstery with electrically-adjustable driver’s seat height and heated front seats, hands-free parking, blind spot warning, rear parking camera and parking sensors to both the front and rear.

This is available along the comprehensive list of equipment: panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, hands free keycard, heated and folding door mirrors, R-Link 2 multimedia system with 7 inch touchscreen, TomTom LIVE services with Western European mapping, Bluetooth and hands-free calls and BOSE sound system.

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Buyers can specify the Signature S Nav with a choice of two diesels and one petrol engine, automatic EDC or manual transmission, and either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.

Kadjar Signature S Nav is priced from £23,695, which is £1,400 over the Signature Nav but with £1,750 of additional equipment.

Together with the new Signature S Nav version, Kadjar clients will also have the option of choosing a 7-speed Dual Clutch (EDC) automatic gearbox combined with the TCe 130 engine. This allows the buyers, from Dynamique Nav trim upwards, to order an automatic, petrol-engined Renault Kadjar for the first time. Priced at £1,200 more than the equivalent manual version, the EDC dual clutch transmission has CO2 output and combined fuel consumption almost the same as that of the manual.