Safety is our priority.
Every Master Van comes with a comprehensive array of passive and active safety features. Up front, the driver gets a 3-point height adjustable seat belt with pre-tensioner, with the added security of standard driver's front and side airbags. The ergonomically designed cockpit helps to limit driver distraction, and fully adjustable seating reduces driver fatigue. There’s a unitary chassis constructed of high strength-to weight steel for an optimised body that’s both lightweight and strong. The engine and transmission are designed to break away downwards in a heavy frontal impact, protecting the occupant’s legs and lower body.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC), a sophisticated driver aid that senses loss of traction and then applies the brakes and/or reduces power to these wheels to keep your Master Van on track.
Roll Over Mitigation (ROM) applies targeted wheel braking when sensors detect the vehicle is turning too quickly and may be at risk of tipping due to its higher gravitation point.
Grip X-Tend maximises grip in slippery conditions or on loose surfaces. Combined with Traction Control and Hill Start Assist, all these safety features are designed to keep your Master Van under maximum control in all conditions.
Serious stopping power.
The Master Van’s Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) means you’ll be able to stop in the shortest distance possible, while maintaining full steering control.
With its four wheel discs and Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), the Master Van can come to a complete stop from 100km/h in less than 45 metres.
Whether you’re the driver or the owner, everyone should come home safe from work. That's why Master Van works hard to keep you out of trouble.
Sensing your surroundings.
There’s an unrivalled view through the large windshield and extensively glazed side doors. Large side mirrors, a rear camera, park sensors and the innovative Wide View Mirror make for excellent all-round visibility, even in the huge Extended Long Wheelbase model. A glazed bulkhead helps keep your load in the back, right where it’s meant to be.
Request a Brochure