Evolution but no revolution for Renault’s solid Kadjar
Renault has made only the tiniest of tweaks to the latest incarnation of its hugely successful SUV
Having sold in excess of 450,000 Kadjars since its debut in 2015, you can understand why Renault didn’t feel the need to mess with the recipe all that much when it came to update its mid-size SUV.
The visual changes are minor: in truth, it’s only when you see the new model next to the original that the differences become apparent. Some extra flashes of chrome on the grille and new fog light housings give...
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