Renault MASTER Accessories

Want even more style, comfort and technology?

The Renault MASTER has been designed for professionals. Offering comfort and working space, the cabin fitted out to meet your requirements. With Renault's range of accessories, you can customise your MASTER to match your lifestyle throughout, from accessories to increase load space, to accessories that will protect the vehicle from scuffs, scrapes and theft.

Loading Pack

Our loading pack provides a simple and easy solution to maximising the space of your MASTER and offers easy access to the roof of your vehicle.

Includes aluminium roof rack equipped with rear sliding roller to aid loading, a galvanised steel ladder, a transversal aluminium roof bar and a walkway to facilitate loading onto the rack. 

Tow Bars

Offering excellent durability, our range of Renault tow bars sync perfectly with the ESC system to activate Trailer Swing Assist.

Standard ball

Universal coupling

'Pintle Hook' with ball

Individual Accessories

Our Renault accessories can also be purchased individually.

Rear window protective grilles

Protects goods being transported whilst maintaining a clear rear view.

Ply lining

Protect the interior of your Master with our hardwearing, bespoke ply lining. Please contact the dealership for pricing information.

Catalytic converter protector

Specialist anti-theft device.

Standard carpet mats

Available in carpet or rubber to suit your lifestyle.
Made to measure for your vehicle.

Seat covers

Choose heavy duty covers specifically designed for heavy use.


Protect your Master van.

Roof bars

Available in pairs with maximum load of 89kg per pair.

Reversing camera and screen

Make reversing manoeuvres easier with this combination.


Get in touch with your Renault Parts department today for more information and prices.

*Manufacturer’s Recommended Retail Price, only valid at the point of order of a new vehicle, ex-factory. Prices not applicable to used vehicles, registered vehicles, and unregistered stock at dealer premises. #26779