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No fewer than 12 new Renault vans will be displayed at the CV Show later this month.
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Renault to display 12 vans at CV Show

Renault to display 12 vans at CV Show

Leading French carmaker Renault is to use the forthcoming CV Show in Birmingham as a platform to actively promote its extensive range of commercial vehicles.

The firm, which may not be instantly recognisable as a purveyor of quality commercial vans - its high profile as a manufacturer is largely down to the popularity of its Clio, Megane and Laguna models - is to display no fewer than 12 vehicles at the industry event from April 24th to 26th.

Renault is just one of many firms heading to the NEC this year and the company is hoping that the sheer size of its range will help set it apart from some of the more established van providers, like Ford and Peugeot.

Van drivers and other motoring enthusiasts heading to England's second city for the show will be treated to a display boasting the new five-seat Kangoo Crew Van Cab, the double cab version of the master Tipper, the current International Van of the Year (the Kangoo Van ZE), a range of Master models and a 1963 Renault Estafette 'Glacier' ice cream van among others.

"Europe's largest van marque, Renault, will once again be underlining its continued focus on the UK market with a significant presence at this year’s CV Show," the van maker confirmed.

"Using its current ad strapline, 'Trust Europe’s No.1 Van Manufacturer' � Renault will be showcasing its full line-up, one of the industry's most complete in terms of breadth, as well as a pristine, crowd-pulling Estafette ‘Glacier’ ice cream van from 1963."

The rare ice cream van is to be displayed after Renault "gently" transported it across the Channel from the firms extensive heritage collection.

Motorists interested in checking out the Renault display at this year's CV Show will find the firm's models at Stand 1E10 in the NEC in Birmingham city centre.

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