With a length of 4.39 m, the New Express Van offers enhanced functionality with a loading length of 1.91 m. The diesel engine draws attention with its load carrying capacity of up to 650 kg. It meets the needs with approximately 48 liters of storage space and 3.3 m³ of cargo volume.

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Offering the best vehicle length and load length value in its class at 1.91 meters, the new Express Van is equipped with six hooks on the ground and four hooks on the sides and load compartment lighting for safe and easy loading. The 3-button flip switch enables remote door unlocking and locking, as well as unlocking the cargo area of ​​the vehicle independently from the front cabin. The functionality is further increased with the optional rubber floor covering.

Dynamic and powerful exterior design New Express Combi and Express Van; It displays a strong and dynamic appearance with its vertical bumper, high-position front grille, curved engine cover and flowing lines. With its C-shaped LED headlights, Renault offers a faithful look to its brand identity. The plain design chrome decorations are completed with a quality workmanship. Curved lines with the front doors and sliding side door provide a fluid side view. The wide door sill with a rectangular design facilitates interior access. Sturdy horizontal door handles integrate seamlessly with the surface. Accessories such as door sill guards support the functionality, while 15-inch wheels complete the look. Side mirrors provide a wide viewing angle. The engine cover supports fuel efficiency with its aerodynamic design.

The new Express Combi and Express Van have a simple design. High engine cover; it hides the windshield wipers, water jets and hinges. The front tow bar is hidden inside the fog lamp cover, while the door lock inserts have been removed for added security and theft protection. The new members of the Renault Commercial family are offered in Iron Blue, Smoke Grey, Black, White and Arsenic Grey.

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Like the exterior, the interior offers a modern look thanks to the horizontally designed front console, which offers advanced functionality with many storage areas. The durable fabric on the upholstery and the comfortable seat that supports the body help reduce driver fatigue.

The interior is equipped with a modern horizontal dashboard with simple lines that emphasize the spaciousness of the vehicle. Decorative ornaments make the interior feel more spacious and modern. Chrome accents on the dashboard, steering wheel, air conditioning controls, gear lever and interior door handles reinforce the perception of quality. The new Express Combi and Express Van offer a comfortable interior with seats with reinforced lumbar and shoulder support and modern headrests. The driver can determine the ideal sitting position by adjusting the seat belt height and steering wheel height, apart from seat height (+/- 40 mm) and forward-backward (+/- 110 mm). The new Express Van is equipped with durable and easy-to-clean material.

The infotainment equipment in the new Express Combi and Express Van consists of three stages: In addition to the standard R&Go radio, the Renault EASY LINK infotainment system, which can be purchased with or without navigation, comes with an 8-inch touchscreen and Apple CarPlay. There is also 15W wireless charging for the smartphone, up to three USB sockets, and three 12V charging sockets in the Express Combi, one in the middle of the front seats, within easy reach of the rear passengers. Renault EASY LINK infotainment system with 8-inch color touchscreen with four speakers offers wired Apple CarPlay with voice recognition. It facilitates routing with 2 or 3 dimensional navigation options, junction positioning and similar features. It uses a built-in gyroscope to help steer even when there is no GPS signal.

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R&Go radio uses Bluetooth and the R&Go app to access car and radio features via your smartphone in an intuitive and user-friendly way. Driving assistance systems for extra safety. The new Express Combi and Express Van are equipped with new driving assistance systems that significantly increase driving safety. New Express Combi; While it offers an advanced level of security with a total of six airbags, including driver, front passenger, two side and two curtain airbags, it comes with ESC feature.



Another point of interest in the North Island was the caves in Waitomo, which were filled with glowworms. It was the first time I saw these firefly smoldering maggots that covered the cave ceiling like stars, and I was very impressed. The fact that these maggots on the dark cave ceiling and the stars we see at night give the same effect seemed like another example of the theory of relativity.

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North Island’s bonus was Hot Water Beach to its east. In the evening, after the water had receded, we went to the beach, made a small pool to sit in, and waited for it to be filled with hot water coming out of the ground. It was like a dream to watch the moonlight with our swimsuits in the hot water on the beach in that cold weather.

Oh South Island ah! You still have my heart… As if I had seen a mountain for the first time in my life, I was struck by the mountains of the south island. The mountains are neither too high nor too low. The snow that looks like it has been sprinkled halfway with powdered sugar. It’s like I don’t have enough words to describe the South Island. Do a lot of hiking in Queenstown, go to Roys Peak in Wanaka and dance with the famous tree by the lake on the way back, spend money in Franz Josef and take a helicopter glacier walk, enjoy the road on the west coast, Big Little Lies’ opening song Michael Kiwanuka

You should make it with Cold Little Heart and eat pancakes at the cafe by the rocks that look like pancakes in Putai, walk in the view of Lord of The Rings in Lake Tekapo feeling like an elf and follow the Milky Way with bare eyes at night, Gandalf in the small town of Glenorchy He should not spare a fatiha for the soul of ‘s soul… In short, he should absorb every part of this corner of heaven in the world… Let me make an irony at the beginning of my article so that I don’t get carried away, Dear Reader 🙂 I had a dream of marrying the person who left me after the accident, on Roys Peak hill. I had such a dream with the illusions of youth, far away from everyone and two lovers would be enough for each other. Who knew I’d get to New Zealand another way? Dreams live…

Budget: It is a very very expensive country. When it comes to transportation, accommodation, food and activities, an average of 100 Euros per day is easily spent. The country’s most important sources of income are animal husbandry and tourism. The fact that it is far away allows tourists to spend this money easily, let’s see what they have.

Duration: At least 1 month is required to travel across the country.
Accommodation: I usually stayed at YHA hostel. It is clean, the kitchen layout is very good, and they have single-bed rooms. It was very good to meet local people and to stay in Airbnb once a week for laundry breaks.

Food: Unfortunately, it is very, very poor in terms of gastronomy. Outside of the big cities of Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown, not much should be expected when it comes to food. A complete disappointment with the coffee. Big Fig, making pancakes in Wanaka, was my favorite place. I was happy to come across Cenk Sonmezsoy’s book at the other end of the world.

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Airport: I didn’t go to Australia, but I watched a program called Border Security on TV. Security was allowing entry into the country after very tight searches. I had a similar experience when I entered New Zealand. In the entry declaration form given, there were detailed questions from the mud in my hiking boots to the content of my snacks.

In these days when we are closed due to the COVID19 epidemic, I am thankful that I was able to travel at every opportunity and hope to set sail for new adventures as soon as possible.

This time, our guest writer is Özden Yalım, a 1970 graduate and METU traveler. We met with Özden Hoca at the METU meeting held in Amsterdam. He was one of the first students of Muhan Soysal and after graduating from METU Administrative Sciences, he came to the Netherlands for his master’s degree. He continued to live here. Every time we meet with him, I learn new things, my horizons are opened. As two travelers, we also share a lot about travel. After listening to his before and after Algeria impressions, I noticed some points reminiscent of Namibia. I wanted to open these comprehensive notes, which he shared on his Facebook page, to other travelers here with his permission.

The first stage of the Algeria tour was the Sahara Desert tour. We arrived at Djanet airport in two hours by propeller plane from Algiers airport (I last boarded a propeller plane 55 years ago). Djanet is a township center in the Province of Illizi, in southeastern Algeria. It is a UNESCO-protected city at an altitude of 1000 meters, with a history dating back to prehistoric times. As in other cities of Algeria, living areas are surrounded by high walls, so it is not possible to see it just by walking around the streets, it is necessary to visit the city privately. This region is very rich in natural gas (but 75% of this natural resource is in the hands of foreign companies).

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Ezi organizers are collaborating with the Tuaregs to roam the desert. The Tuareg are a large ethnic Berber people. A nomadic group spread as far as the Sahara, southwestern Libya, southern Algeria, Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso. The Tuaregs guiding our group know the desert like the palm of their hand. It’s like they’re carrying a compass or “navigator” inside them.