Koleos benefits from Renault's longstanding work in real-life accident analysis. In terms of passive safety, its body structure features programmed crumple zones at the front and the back. The cabin was designed as a real survival cell for passengers in the event of an accident. Renault Koleos also boasts a comprehensive range of equipment for passenger protection, including six airbags (of which two front airbags), seatbelts with force limiters in the front and rear side seats and pretensioners in the front seats, along with Isofix anchor points for attaching child seats in the rear side seats. The headrests have a carefully worked ergonomic design that offers maximum protection against whiplash in the event of rear impact.
On the active safety front, Renault Koleos has a stiff chassis and, to assist drivers in emergency braking, ABS with electronic brakeforce distribution and emergency brake assist (EBA) fitted as standard.
Koleos' four-wheel drive system also makes a significant contribution to active safety by correcting any loss in grip. Developed by the Alliance and first featured on the New Nissan X-Trail, the system is used to immediately correct the slightest sign of understeer or oversteer by redistributing torque between the front and rear axles, even before the activation of electronic stability control (ESC).
For its entire range, Renault's approach is based on real-life accident analysis and safety to develop products that are adapted to on-road realities. The emphasis is placed on the most efficient technologies to prevent any risk of an accident, correct unexpected driving situations, and protect passengers in the event of impact. Over the years, Renault has established itself as a benchmark in automotive safety, as reflected in the results obtained in press rankings.
Renault's safety policy goes beyond technical aspects. Raising the awareness of road users is also a priority for the Group. As a good-citizen company, Renault has made commitments to awareness-raising and educational programs through a number of national and international initiatives to improve the behavior of road users. These actions include the Global Road Safety Initiative and the international Safety for All program.