Renault India has announced
the launch of new Kwid 2018 feature loaded range which will be available in
both manual and automated transmission options. Renault India has sold more
than 2,50,000 cars in the country. Available in 8 trims with segment-first
features, the new Renault Kwid 2018 Feature Loaded Range has been launched at
no additional price, further enhancing its value proposition.
Standard - 0.8L SCe
RXE - 0.8L SCe
RXL - 0.8L SCe
RXT-O (MT) - 0.8L SCe
RXT-O (MT) - 1.0 L SCe
RXT-O- (AMT) - 1.0 L SCe
Kwid Climber MT- 1.0 L SCe
Kwid Climber AMT- 1.0 L SCe
The Renault Kwid 2018 Feature
Loaded Range will offer segment-leading length, power to weight ratio, boot
space, ground clearance and cutting-edge technology. It boasts of several
first-in-segment features led by its SUV inspired design, 7-inch touchscreen
Media NAV system, Rear Camera, digital Instrument cluster, one-touch lane
change indicator, radio speed dependent volume control and pro-sense seat belt
pretensioners with load limiters.
Best-in-class features include
its boot capacity of 300 litres, 180 mm of ground clearance, ergo-smart cabin,
multiple storage spaces, upper segment body dimensions, interior space, service
parts maintenance cost, ride & handling and several personalization
options. The length and width of the car is also best in class thus offering a
stunning and powerful road presence.T he range-topping variants get power
steering, 3 and 4 Speed Manual AC, ORVM passenger side, engine immobilizer,
single din audio with Bluetooth and telephony, front speakers and a 12V power
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