As most of the utility vehicles are bought to be used for hard work, racking solutions are very common for future clients. Renault, one of the European liders when it comes to vans knew this and introduced the Rady4Work racking solution for the current Kangoo. 

As with the official Ready4Work racking systems available for the Renault Trafic and larger Master, the Kangoo version is installed into a customer’s van before delivery.


Available for the Kangoo and 100 per cent electric Kangoo Z.E standard length panel vans, there are two versions of Ready4Work racking available. Kit 1 is designed to provide engineering tradesmen with an economical racking solution that offers storage for tools, parts and accessories together with the option to add additional features, while Kit 2 is designed to suit the more specialised tradesmen who require an enhanced racking solution for the storage of tools and service equipment.

Both kits are constructed from lightweight, high strength Dual Phase steel with a yield strength of 800N/mm2 and feature the same tool panel assemblies, which each include six Euro bins and 500mm Storage Basket. Kit 1 also includes a two-part phenolic coated floor (9mm plywood base with anti-slip phenolic coating to the top face) and a unit that has three sizeable tool baskets. In addition to the tool panel assemblies, Kit 2 adds a unit with shelves and anti-slip matting together with a drawer unit module, which are supported by two heavy duty end frames with punched infill panels.


The Renault Kangoo Ready4Work racking is available to order now and costs from £1,150. In addition to the Kangoo, Kangoo Maxi and Kangoo Z.E, the Renault LCV range consists of the Trafic, as well as the larger Master.