After the success of Kwid, and
the New Duster range launched this year, Renault India has announced the launch
of the new Renault Lodgy World Edition. This new vehicle comes with
contemporary new look and is built with 25 new enhancements to its exteriors
and interiors. It will be available in both 84hp and 108hp variants at an
introductory price of Rs 9.74 lakh and Rs 10.40 lakh (ex-Delhi) respectively.
The Lodgy World Edition will
be powered by the proven 1.5 litre dCi (Common Rail Direct Injection) engine.
The more powerful diesel variant will deliver 108hp of maximum power and peak
torque of 245Nm@1750rpm. The engine is mated to a first-in-segment 6-speed
manual transmission. This is matched by fuel efficiency of 19.98 kmpl. The
alternate variant of the same 1.5 litre dCi engine produces 84hp of maximum
power and 200Nm@1900rpm of peak torque with a 5-speed manual transmission, and
delivers a fuel efficiency of 21.04 kmpl.
The new Lodgy World Edition
features a bold, jewel-studded front grille enhanced by striking fog lamps with
chrome satin garnish. The two-tone aerodynamic bumper complemented by R15 Nepta
finish alloy wheels with black wheel-arch cladding further accentuates the
style quotient. The World Edition badge on the car lends a strong visual
identity while its stance is further enhanced by body graphics, dual-tone roof
rails with chrome satin finish, black & chrome body side moulding, printed
matte & textured B&C pillar stripping and a rear spoiler. It comes in
four exciting colours – the new Fiery Red, Royal Orchid, Pearl White and
On the inside, the new Lodgy
World Edition combines sophistication and comfort. The dashboard centre with
chrome trims and chrome door handles lend a classy edge to the cabin. The
interiors are further enhanced by a glossy black foam steering wheel with
two-toned World Edition badge, new upholstery with anodized orange lining, as
well as a new anodized orange finish on the centre ring of the instrument
cluster and air vents. The added bolster support on the seats offers
The 2nd and 3rd row seats with
60:40 and 50:50 split respectively, have been thoughtfully crafted to add
versatility to the cabin space, making it adaptable and resourceful at the same
time. Foldable 2nd and 3rd rows results in unmatched boot space. The armrest in
the 2nd row lends added comfort with bottle and cup holders and smartly
positioned storage areas on the dashboard and above the glove box adds to the
Other value added features
include 2nd and 3rd row smart-sense AC ensuring efficient cooling in all 3
rows, electrically adjustable mirrors, 2 DIN music system, Bluetooth, central
locking with keyless entry, headlight turn on reminder, and 12V charging
sockets across 2 rows for both drivers and passengers.
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