Renault says that since arriving in Irish dealerships in mid-August, customer reaction to all-new Arkana has been very positive and it adds that orders are strong. Prices start from €28,990 on the road, with five years warranty and five years roadside assistance.
It is Renault’s first purpose-built hybrid, and their first SUV model with sleek coupé styling. The distinctive all-new Arkana benefits from sleek exterior styling with its dynamic coupé design and eye-catching details.
The exterior design is complemented by a contemporary, practical cabin featuring the very latest technology. This includes multiple, seamless connectivity options and crisp displays, with online services and multiple options to personalise the driving experience.
Available in ‘Iconic’, ’S Edition’ and ‘R.S. Line’ trim levels, the new Arkana features an extensive list of standard equipment including ‘Easy Link’ touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability, diamond-cut alloy wheels and full LED lighting technology.
All three trim levels are available with a choice of advanced E-Tech hybrid or TCe electrified powertrains, which Renault says are fitted exclusively with smooth and refined automatic transmissions for the most efficient and responsive driving experience
The distinctive exterior is complemented by a spacious, comfortable interior trimmed with high quality materials across all models, featuring sophisticated details including multiple ambient lighting choices and premium upholstery options.
Based on the CMF-B modular platform, the new Arkana is longer than the popular Kadjar SUV and in spite of its sleek, dynamic profile offers generous interior space to complement the high driving position popular with drivers of Renault’s SUVs.
The all-new Arkana is available with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) ensuring the safest and most reassuring drive. Renault boasts that the choice of powertrains is comprehensive, with an emphasis on superior efficiency balanced with impressive performance across both advanced, electrified options: the E-Tech hybrid and TCe petrol mild-hybrid.
Standard boot space is 513-litres, while the Arkana E-Tech Hybrid offers 480 litres in boot space.
The Arkana has a five-star Euro NCAP crash safety rating plus an extensive list of safety and driver assistance system.
Finally, the all-New Arkana is available to test drive and order at Renault dealerships now.