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Renault KWID Latest Updates

The Renault Kwid has crossed the three lakh sales milestone in four years. In this period, the lineup has been beefed up with a ‘Climber’ variant, a bigger 1.0-litre engine with an AMT option and important feature updates. Prices for the current Kwid start from Rs 2.76 lakh and goes up to Rs 4.75 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Renault has also started work on the Kwid facelift and it has been spied on test in India.

Renault KWID Price

Renault KWID prices start at Rs. 2.76 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 4.76 lakh. Renault KWID is available in 8 variants and 6 colours.

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KWID Variants Price List

KWID Standard
25.17 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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KWID RXE
25.17 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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KWID RXL
25.17 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Editor's View of Renault KWID

  • Upside

    Looks, interior design, space, ride quality and new safety features.

  • Downside

    Engine performance, jerky AMT, braking performance.

  • Our Verdict

    With the new updates the Kwid is now slightly better looking, gets more convenience feature and, most importantly, gets new safety features like standard driver's airbag and ABS.

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Renault KWID Colours

  • Electric Blue
  • Ice Cool White
  • Moonlight Silver
  • Outback Bronze
  • Planet Grey
  • Fiery Red

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Specifications

Renault Kwid is available in 8 petrol variants and claiming the mileage of 25.17 kmpl. In technical specification, Renault Kwid Stanadard (Base Petrol) is powered by 800 cc engine delivering 53.3 PS power and 72 Nm torque. Dimensionally, Kwid stacks under 3.6 metre of length and features 300-liter of boot space. It also comes with 6 manual and 2 automatic transmission variants at a staring price of Rs. 2.67 lakh and Rs. 4.35 lakh respectively.

Exterior and Interior

The Renault’s Kwid looks like nothing else in its segment. And that is a major draw for the small car. The SUV-inspired styling paired with the high ground clearance is a recipe that hits home. The large front grille, which with the 2018 update gets chrome inserts, and side plastic cladding give the hatch a dash of ruggedness. While the car looks butch from the front and side, the rear styling is more in sync with a hatchback than an SUV. Build quality, though, is expectedly not great. There are obvious signs of cost-cutting too, including bits such as a single wiper and three lug nuts instead of four.

What’s properly surprising, is the amount of space Renault has managed to carve out on the inside of the Kwid. It’s a proper four-seater, and save for the lack of cabin width, we doubt you’d complain about much. Not just that, the boot space too is a massive 300 litres that’s happy to swallow a family’s luggage for the weekend trip. There aren’t too many “features” to speak of, but the Kwid does feature a touchscreen infotainment system with integrated reverse camera display and navigation, which is unheard of in this class or the class above it. Other goodies include front power windows, a digital speedometer, manual air-conditioning and even a centre armrest for the rear seat.

Variants

You’re spoilt for choice if you’re buying the Kwid. There are a total of 8 variants to choose from. If budget isn’t a constraint, we’d recommend going straight for the top-spec RXT-O variant. We wouldn’t recommend any variant that doesn’t have an airbag. There’s also the snazzy looking Climber variant, should you want to stand out - it is also the only variant to get the rear centre armrest. The 1.0 manual is our pick out of the engine-gearbox combos on offer.

Competitors

Maruti Suzuki Alto: This hatchback from Maruti Suzuki comes with similar engine options as the Renault Kwid. On the design front, the Alto feels dated but then it has its strong points as well. It offers bulletproof reliability, wide dealer network and affordable running costs.

Hyundai Eon: A stylish hatch, the Eon comes with Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture design theme. Being a Hyundai, it offers solid reliability and lower cost of ownership. The two engines on offer are of similar specifications as the competition. But unlike the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 and the Renault Kwid 1.0L, the Eon 1.0L Kappa does not come with AMT as an option.

Datsun Redi-GO: The Redi-GO shares its engines with the Renault Kwid minus the AMT option. The Redi-GO’s one-box design looks modern and the DRLs (daytime running lights) give the hatch a premium look. Another noteworthy feature here is the keyless entry for the top variant.

ZigSays

The Kwid has made budget hatchbacks cool, but not at the expense of practicality. It is surprisingly spacious, very well equipped (especially with the new 2018 update) and handles bad roads well too. Still, gotta love it.

Renault KWID User Reviews

3.7 /5
375 Rating & 139 reviews
  • Mileage
    3.9/5
  • Performance
    3.8/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    3.7/5
  • + 3 more
  • Comfort
    3.7/5
  • Safety
    3.3/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.0/5

Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute

34% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Suvin Kumar
Suvin Kumar 1.0 29 Mar 2019

Iam a recent buyer of Renault Kwid AMT and bought it to gift my wife.All the booking were done as we were convinced of the service and effort taken.But on 25th March 2019(delivery date) things changed really bad when I arrived to get the delivery of my car-1) As I was waiting in the longe finishing the formalities ,I noticed a staff showing our car like a demo car to a new customers. The customer"s kids got in the car and spoiled the interior . When asked on the situation , they said its normal. I demanded that I get my car cleaned again for which they had done a very shabby job.-2) I got into my car to check the features, I found out that the Apple car play and Android auto that was promised to us is not available in the model given to us, where as Ms Radhika your sales associates promised it to us not once but more than twice. Again all they had to say is sorry.With much reluctance and unhappiness we took he delivery of the car.-3) Once delivered, on road we found out that the light inside the car was not working & infact had a lose contact. We bought the car back to the showroom to rectify it and to get the fast tag sticker done which they apparently forgot and I had to ask them.They said they rectified the light but the same issue continued post the correction. I have a video as proof taken to show the showroom, but as usual everyone was too busy to attend to our inconvenience . There is also a complaint in the meter console as inspite of putting petrol worth 2000 rs , the milage and indication of petrol dropped to almost empty within less than 10km of drive. Milage shown was 7km/l. On complaining all these, they promised to pick up the car from our house to rectify it, but even now the pickup has not been done . And they are forcing us to register the car, Why should we?This is not our first car and we own other brand as well. But we are highly disappointed at what happening and really sad that they have no care attitude towards us.-The customer service at the TVS & Sons, Renault Maradu,Kerala is beyond bad and never expected this before buying ,- We expected Renault to keep up a standard-Promise are done from the sales consultant to the sales managers. Why promise and commit when you cannot keep it?- It is our money and emotions involved. Is the service only till the car is booked by giving false promises?-Past sales we don"t even have human consideration.Never expected this from a brand like Renault.Waiting for at least a positive response from the customer service teamWith much regret

Uses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 7 kmpl
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Neha Arora
Neha Arora 1.0 11 Aug 2019

Its a pathetic car and worst service people also. I recently bought this car. As its my first car i thought i should buy new one because i don't want to face any problem which usually happened with second hand car on a regular basis so i took the decision to buy a new one but in 4 months i visited the service 5 times for repairing my new car. It doesnt matter it is in warrenty because for me my time is very pricious and why should i have invested in new car if this kind of problem is happening, again and again, it is still not repaired yet. From the first month AC problem, average issue and automatic stop on highway issue happened. Today again someone picked for AC repair and again they said it will take 5days to correct the issue. Its height now they gave me a defective car and they have to replace it now otherwise I will take legal action against them its my hard earn money and i will not accept this defective car. same service centre people are not able to fix it till yet how i can believe again and what about my time my patience

Uses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 8 kmpl
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Indranil Modak
Indranil Modak 4.7 6 Feb 2019

●Best suspension in its class●Strong AC●Ground clearance 180 mm is enough to pass big hump at road●Boot spaces 300 Ltr is sufficient for 4 member family on long tour.● Amazing mileage on long tour with AC ● Stability at 110km/hr. Speed at express way.● SUV look● Rear seat keep back straight that is helpful in long tour● Low maintenance cost● Wondering assistance from company and its dealer and always.

Uses this car for : Family Car
Gets mileage of : 21 kmpl
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Renault KWID Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage for the Renault KWID
Petrol 25 kmpl (claimed)

Renault KWID Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Renault KWID
Petrol Manual (10 years) Rs. 27,954
Petrol (6 years) Rs. 24,468
(6 years) Rs. 25,610
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