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Renault Cars

3.9 is average rating of Renault cars by 1752 users
Renault cars price starts from Rs. 4.24 Lakh for KWID to Rs. 14.25 Lakh for Duster. Renault offers a total of four products which are Petrol powered cars only. Renault KWID is one of the top Hatchback cars in India and Renault Triber is a popular SUV car in India . The company also plans to launch several upcoming cars such as Zoe, Arkana and K-ZE. Choose a Renault car to know all the details, including the latest price & car offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, car mileage, user reviews from fellow Renault car owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.

Renault Cars Price (January 2022) in India

Renault Car ModelEx-showroom Price
Renault KWIDRs. 4.24 - 5.80 Lakh
Renault TriberRs. 5.69 - 8.25 Lakh
Renault KigerRs. 5.79 - 10.22 Lakh
Renault DusterRs. 9.86 - 14.25 Lakh

About Renault

Renault is a French carmaker headquartered in a Parisian Suburb. Founded in 1899, Renault built cars locally and mainly for the French Government and within a decade, was the largest carmaker in the Country after which it started venturing out to new markets. Renault has had a long and colourful history of popular cars built across the past century and also its escapades in motorsport.

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Renault Car User Reviews

  • KWID
    3.8
    850 reviews

    Kwid is the best car in its segment with great performance.But renault should make sure theri service too are at par.Faced very bad experience in service part.

    Kamlesh 4 weeks ago
  • Triber
    4
    444 reviews

    Great car in the budget.But 1.Poor mileage.Completed 5000 km, Mostly highway.Average 13.2 kmpl only.Despite driving in range of 80 to 100kmph only.Very disappointed.Safety good.Seating capacity for 7 -- average, But for budget, Its greatstylish and features --- great (have top end automatic).

    Dhiraj 1 week ago
  • Kiger
    4.2
    80 reviews

    Bought this car 20days back too many problems.Brake failed in two days, No milage, Engine sound vest experience ever.Qulity of vehical is very bad.If you want to wast your money and to risk your life as well as your family go for it.

    Prakash 2 weeks ago
  • KWID
    3.8
    850 reviews

    Two problem in this car 1st is petrol filling when you fill petrol it comes out even i inform renault customer care there is no solution 2nd most important car part is plastic oil chamber in this car is plastic when i inform to company they ask me to cover with also cover is plastic one time my oil chamber is brake

    Mohit 4 weeks ago
  • Triber
    4
    444 reviews

    Best car in value for money.Please do not compare ertiga, Xl or any other 7 seater car.In one world i'm satisfied this product after kwid this car come back to renault in india.

    Mohd 2 weeks ago
  • Kiger
    4.2
    80 reviews

    The car has been a good experience for 2 months. Delivers what we have paid for it. Ample of space and surprisingly behind is really good. There is some cabin noise and minor issues, but overall worth the cost we pay. Mileage is around 14 to 16 depending on driving in the city.

    Soma 1 month ago

Renault Car Comparisons

Renault Cars Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 5 days ago

    Both the cars are in their forte. The Punch pulls off muscular SUV-like looks, high ground clearance along an easy to drive hatchback -like experience. Impressive cabin quality, clever customization options make it even more appealing. It is a sensible package that focuses on useful equipment like auto headlamps and wipers, electric folding wing mirrors, cruise control and connected car tech highlight a sensible features list. 5-star Global NCAP safety rating. On the other hand, Renault’s Triber packs in solid value, offering a lot of cars for not much money. It could do with some more features, and a stronger engine for road trips but at least we now have an AMT for easier city commuting. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -2021 Tata Punch First Drive Review: Hard Hitter!.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    The price which is shown on the website from different cities give an approximate idea but they do not include dealer handling charges, logistic charges, accessories charges or third-party insurance. So, the final quote will be shared by the authorized dealership. We here at ZigWheels, try to get close to the on-road price by including all the basic charges like RTO, standard insurance, etc so that one can make a road map before buying a vehicle. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    All the three cars are good in their forte. The Kwid is a great first car, looks great and sports some nice features but the driving experience isn't the best. Whereas, Hyundai Santro has a smooth engine, easy-to-drive, well-equipped top-end variant, interior quality from a class-above. On the other hand, the Wagon R continues to be a sensible practical hatchback. It’s now stronger, more feature-loaded, more powerful and safer. Importantly, the prices have not gone up substantially. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 months ago

    If you want more power then you may go for turbo engines, on the other hand, the naturally aspirated engines would be best suited for city commutes and good enough for calm driving. However, you may feel the power lag on highways and when sudden acceleration is required. The Duster Turbo is powered by a 1330cc four-cylinder turbocharged engine that makes a healthy 156PS of power and 254Nm of torque, a huge jump over the 1.5-litre motor (106PS/142Nm). The first thing that you notice as soon as you start driving the Duster Turbo is just how refined this motor is. You barely hear it at idle and save for some vibrations through the steering and pedals, it is a soothing place to be in. Being turbocharged you do get some throttle lag below 1600rpm but even here this engine doesn’t feel dead and has enough grunt to pull forward without much hesitation. However, this motor does tend to stall easily if you release the clutch a bit too quickly, something you have to keep in mind in stop-go traffic. Thankfully, because the Turbo version comes with a start-stop system this issue is somewhat negated. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.Read more -Renault Duster Gets More Oomph With New Turbo Variant; Launched At Rs 10.49 Lakh.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 months ago

    You get two keys at the time of purchase.

Renault Cars FAQs

Which is the cheapest Renault car in India?

The cheapest Renault car in India is KWID, which is priced at Rs. 4.24 Lakh.

What are the SUV cars manufactured by Renault?

Renault offers 1 SUV in India namely Renault Duster.

Which are the best Renault cars under 10 lakh?

The popular cars offered by Renault in this segment are Renault KWID, Renault Triber and Renault Kiger

What is the price range of Renault cars?

Renault cars in India comes in the price range of Rs. 4.24 Lakh to Rs. 14.25 Lakh.

Is the diesel model available in Renault cars?

No, Renault does not offer diesel models in India

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