The Renault Master has been with us for 22 years now, and in its latest incarnation it has remained unchanged since 2010. It has proved to be quite successful, with a fair few of them out and about, doing their thing on the streets of Europe's cities.
For 2012, Renault have given the Master a few equipment changes (new audio system) and the introduction of air suspension. Also, they have revised the engine range, reducing the environmental impact of its 2.3-liter turbodiesel, which comes in three power outputs: 100-hp, 125-hp and 150-hp. Another new addition for the 2012 Master is the towing equipment, which will allow the towing of up to a maximum of 3.5 tonnes, for all versions of the vehicle.
They claim to have reduced fuel consumption by up to 0.6l/100km to around 7.5l/100km (37 UK mpg) while reducing CO2 emissions by up to 16g/km. With the addition of the air suspension system, the new Renault Master would be perfect for use as an ambulance, as it surely offers a better ride than leaf springs ever could.