Whatever your need, we have a range of online tools to support you. Our Virtual Showroom allows you to explore new Renault models from the comfort of your home. Expert Product Gurus are on hand to demonstrate the latest Renault products via live one-to-one video chat, from 10am – 8pm, Monday to Sunday. You can also browse our latest offers and use our ‘Select & Collect’ service to secure a brand new Renault in stock for collection as soon as possible. With Renault Buy Online, you can now configure, buy, finance, and even arrange home delivery of your chosen Renault – all from the comfort of your own home. For existing customers, you can manage your Renault Finance online too.
Retailer Network Status (updated 01/04/2021)
Our sales showrooms are reopening in line with the timeline set by the UK countries. Starting with our Scottish retailers on 5th April, closely followed by English and Welsh retailers on 12th April. Our sales showrooms in Northern Ireland remain closed until further Government announcements.
Renault retailers are working hard to manage enquiries as quickly as possible but please bear with us if you do not receive a response right away. According to government guidelines, test drives may resume, however availability and processes to ensure a safe and smooth experience will be managed by individual retailers. For more information, you can contact your local retailer directly or go to our dealer locator to find their details.
Our workshop facilities are open for servicing, maintenance and repair work. You can book a service online or, alternatively, please call your local retailer or check their website to enquire about their current availability.
If you are awaiting delivery of your new Renault vehicle, you’ll be pleased to know that, wherever possible, our retailers are organising safe ‘contactless’ vehicle collection appointments. Please contact your chosen retailer for further information.
We want to ensure the safety of our employees and customers whilst in our retailers.
You can expect a safe, welcoming and friendly environment whether you are picking up a new vehicle or visiting a workshop, with clear evidence of social distancing, signage and sanitation measures in place to support and reassure during your visit.
Any customer visiting a Renault retailer for can expect the highest standards of hygiene and safety measures, in line with the latest Government recommendations. This means:
Whilst parts supply was restricted during the initial ‘lockdown’ period, the situation has now greatly improved with good availability across the entire range. However, until the supply chain is back fully functioning to 100% of the pre COVID 19 levels there may be some instances where there is a delay in the supply of a specific part/s. If you are experiencing an ongoing issue and your local dealer is unable to confirm a delivery time then please contact Renault Customer Services on 0344 335 0000* if you wish to discuss the situation further.
Due to COVID 19, the government announced that cars, vans and motorcycles due their MOT between 30 March 2020 to July 31 2020 had their MOT extended by 6 months.
Please remember though that your vehicle/s must be kept in a roadworthy condition and that you can be prosecuted if you drive an unsafe vehicle. If you have any concerns as to the roadworthiness of your vehicle then please contact your local dealer for advice or alternatively contact Renault Customer Services on 0344 335 0000*.
Now that our network has fully re-opened for Aftersales services, your chosen dealer will contact you to confirm your booking request. If, for whatever reason, you have not been contacted then please contact your dealer direct. If you are experiencing any problems making contact, then please call Renault Customer Services on 0344 335 0000* who will be pleased to help you.
People are rightly worried about their car batteries going flat because they aren’t driving as much as normal. The battery may lose power and ultimately become flat resulting in the engine not starting. Simply starting a car occasionally isn’t likely to help, in fact this may end up draining a weak battery.
There have been some major developments in Renault battery technology and the charging system over recent years, primarily due to the introduction of stop start technology and emission control which has driven this progress. Our more recent vehicles only charge when necessary to reduce emissions. When a vehicle is switched off they will all enter various levels of sleep mode to reduce current consumption, some of our vehicles have the added ability to cut circuits if the system detects poor battery levels.
As the government advice is only to drive when essential, drivers will have to rely on these trips to keep their batteries healthy. Ideally drive the vehicle for 20 minutes.
If you have more than one car it’s probably best to alternate between them for your essential journeys so they both get used. You should also consider driving the one with the older or weaker battery more often. These essential journeys will not only help the condition of the battery but will help keep the brakes clean and tyres in good condition.
If you keep your car in a garage, you may want to consider using a battery charger to maintain the battery at the correct charge level.
Information Correct at 7 April 2020.
Service contracts expiring from 1st Jan 2021 to 31st March 2021, will now be extended to 30th April 2021. No modification will be applied on mileage.
If your service is late/delayed as a result of the COVID 19 situation, it will not automatically invalidate your warranty. Now that restrictions have been eased, a further one month period will be allowed to carry out the service
We are currently able to deliver and collect a limited volume of demonstrator vehicles, using a contactless handover process. Please note requests may take longer to fulfil than normal.
Groupe Renault retailers are taking all necessary precautions to protect the health and safety of customers and employees. These include:
- Observing appropriate social distancing at all times
- Disinfecting and sanitising surfaces within vehicles, such as steering wheels, gear levers, door handles and controls
- Regular hand washing and use of protective gloves
Customers may request to observe the disinfecting of their vehicle prior to collection, if required.
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