Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
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  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
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  • Renault Kadjar
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  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
  • Renault Kadjar
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In this section:
  • Costs, insurance groups, MPG and CO2
  • Equipment, options and extras
  • Reliability
  • Safety and security

Costs & verdict

Everyday costs, plus how reliable and safe it is

Costs, insurance groups, MPG and CO2

The Renault Kadjar undercuts the Kia SportageNissan Qashqai and Skoda Karoq on list price, and healthy discounts are available through our New Car Deals service. However, resale values are poor, and that increases the monthly PCP finance cost (future values are taken into consideration). As it stands, both those rivals cost less per month, while the much pricier Volkswagen Tiguan is only slightly more on PCP.

At least when it comes to CO2 emissions and fuel economy, the Kadjar is competitive against other family SUVs. The sole petrol engine has a combined figure of 44.8mpg, which is on a par with the majority of its equivalent petrol competitors. You’ll need to turn to the hybrid Toyota C-HR to do better. 

Renault Kadjar

Reliability

The Kadjar did well in the 2021 What Car? Reliability Survey, finishing in the top third of cars in the family SUV category, above the Seat Ateca, the Karoq and the C-HR. Renault as a brand didn’t do quite as well but still managed to claim 16th spot out of the 30 included brands. That places it above Seat (17th) and Nissan (joint 27th) but below Skoda (12th). 

For extra peace of mind, every new Renault comes with a five-year warranty. There’s no mileage limit for the first two years, but a 100,000 limit applies after that. You also get three years (or 60,000 miles) of roadside assistance cover. 

Overview

The Renault Kadjar is competitively priced and has an impressive reliability record, but having been on sale for a number of years, it is starting to feel its age, with rivals such as the Kia Sportage and Skoda Karoq offering superior performance, better handling, more practical interiors and better residuals.

  • Impressive reliability record
  • Big discounts
  • Generous standard equipment
  • So-so perceived quality
  • PCP costs could be more competitive
  • Choppy ride on big alloys
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