How much does it cost to drive a 0 km pickup truck today?
With unusually high inflation rates in Argentina, it is difficult to determine the value of a vehicle in advance as price lists change every month. But this case is the exception as Mendoza launched the new Renault Oroch, one of the most successful compact pickups on the market, and they were encouraged to push prices down for the entire month of September.
It is a thorough overhaul especially in terms of engine, interior, safety and technology. But what the new Renault Oroch 2022 gives us here is an excellent indication of how much you would have to pay today to enter the world of trucks, even compact ones, which represent a step down from the so-called mid-range. The segment is known to be led by such products Toyota Hilux and Volkswagen Amarokamong other.
However, a sub-segment has also emerged as there are other smaller or larger Renault pickups and those that don’t even reach the mid-range. To give just a few examples, consider a Fiat Toro or a brand new Ford Maverick.
What is offered in this segment
Taking advantage of Auroch’s innovation, here are some of its features. frontal This changes with a new grille and bumper, as well as front protection (exclusive to the Outsider version) and fog lights. The new lines not only enhance the truck’s muscular design, but also improve the departure angle (27.6° off) to improve off-road capabilities.
The new roof bars can lift up to 80kg, while the model features a new San Antonio rack and 16-inch diamond wheels.
in the house, The cabin has been completely renovatedWith a new dashboard, upholstery and door panels that improve comfort, as well as new technologies to improve connectivity. This is the case with the Easy Link system: an 8-inch multimedia system with wireless connection to smartphones via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
in the section of propellant -Strong Points- The new 1.3 presents TCE (Turbo Control Efficiency) which delivers a power of up to 163 hp at 4,500 rpm together with a maximum torque of 270 Nm. It’s paired to a six-speed manual for the 4WD variant and an automatic CVT for the 4×2. It also comes standard with an Eco mode and low-resistance tires to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
On the other hand, it also offers a more conventional option with a 1.6 SCe 16V petrol engine that delivers 114 hp of maximum power and 153 Nm of torque. This is complemented by a new six-speed manual transmission.
in the cases of equipment and technology, comes standard on all variants with a comprehensive Active Safety Package to ensure occupant safety in a variety of driving conditions. Featuring the now much-needed Electronic Stability Control (ESP), Traction Control System (TCS) and technologies that allow you to safely regain control of the vehicle in the event of a loss of grip or traction on the road by applying braking and acceleration. Each wheel individually etc.
In terms of payload, it is equipped with a box with 8 fastening hooks for a payload of up to 650 kg and a trailer load of up to 1500 kg.
Version and reference price for the segment
The new Aurochs was presented with three variants: Emotion 1.6 SCE 114 2WD, Iconic 1.3 TCE 163 2WD CVT and Outsider 1.3 TCE 163 4WD.
Their prices for September are as follows:
- New Renault Oroch Emotion 1.6 SCe 114 2WD (Range Entry) $5,814,600. Out of
- Auroch Iconic 1.3 TCE 163 2WD CVT $7,310,200
- Auroch Outsider 1.3 TCE 163 4WD (top of the range) $7,476,800. Out of