On February 26, 2015 Renault India launched the new Pulse 2015 model
for a starting price of Rs. 5.03 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). Renault previously
announced that it will launch two new products and is enhancing its existing
product range. The 2015 Pulse is now available in Renault dealerships across
The Renault Pulse 2015 will feature new automatic headlamps,
steering mounted controls and a height adjustable driver seat. The new Pulse
comes with classy interiors and a new dual tone dashboard with a piano black
finish at the center. The 2015 Pulse will also have features like smart key
access with an engine start and stop button, auto folding outside rear view
mirrors and a Double DIN music system with Bluetooth and USB. The car also
features safety equipment like ABS+EBD, dual airbags and crash sensors.
Sumit Sawhney, Country CEO and Managing Director, Renault India
Operations, said, “The Pulse is an essential part of Renault India’s product
portfolio. We have made several enhancements which make the 2015 Pulse more
attractive and exciting for customers. We are also offering all this at a
competitive price backed by an attractive finance option.”
The Pulse is available in both diesel and petrol versions. The
diesel version will be powered by the renowned 1.5 litreK9K dCi engine while the
petrol variants have the powerful and efficient 1.2 litreXH5 engine.
Renault India now has almost 157 sales and service outlets across
the country and has plans to expand its facilities this year. The company is
introducing integrated extended warranty service contracts with Roadside
Assistance. The Roadside Assistance includes towing facilities in cases of
immobilization, accidents or unforeseen events. The after sales services will
be available under “Renault Secure” which is competitively priced and will offer
customers an excellent ownership experience.
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