With certain delay in relation to what was initially planned, the Renault Alaskan finally lands in the chilean market with the intention of making a lot of noise between the pick ups of medium size.
Producido in Colombia, the new Renault Alaskan takes the base of the last-generation Nissan NP300 Navara but with small cosmetic changes to differentiate them. In the inside bet for a termination to something more careful and more standard equipment, which means prices are also higher.
The Alaskan lands in Chile with only a body-double cab with a capacity of five passengers and four side accesses. The box is quite profitable, with a volume of up to 1.2 cubic meters. Compared to its rivals is a good average.
The only engine available in this commercial stage is the well-known 2.3 dCi diesel with 160 HP already used by some commercial of Nissan and Renault. You can apply with manual change of six speeds or automatic transmission of seven relations, and in both cases, it boasts of very interesting features.
All Alaskan offered in Chile at this time , which include the system of total traction to the four wheels smart with differential lock rear LSD. It is a pick-up truck with good skills range according to press release, the chilean subsidiary of Renault.
The safety equipment included in all versions includes the ABS, EBD, dual airbags, control traction and stability, assistant to the boot in tow, parking sensors, wizard of descents, protector for the box, rear view camera, and protection bars at the side.
Other standard items are the automatic climate control, four electric windows, heated mirrors, driver’s seat with electrical regulation, leather trim, heated seats, trip computer, navigation system with color screen, bluetooth, USB, alloy wheels, keyless access, push-button start, speed control, etc
recommended prices without VAT are the following:
- Renault Alaskan 2.3 dCi 160 CV 6MT 18.990.000 weights
- Renault Alaskan 2.3 dCi 160 CV 7AT 19.990.000 weights