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  • Q. Is this car suitable for 6 feet tall men and what is the city mileage with running AC?
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    We don't suggest to go for this particular car as it is not suitable for a 6 footer. Moreover, we would suggest you to look for other options such as Datsun Redi-Go, Hyundai Santro, Tata Nano etc. Coming to another query, mileage of a car always depend on several factors such as driving conditions, tire pressure maintenance, time to time servicing of the vehicle etc.

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    SURAJ | 1 month ago

    Yes, seat is adjustable. And infact I'm 5ft 10inch tall and I have not faced any problem driving kwid. Seat is better than any maruti car

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  • Q. Is Kwid best for village road and what would be the mileage?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    Kwid’s SUV-like design, broad shoulders and beefed arches makes it look anything but a budget hatch. The Renault Kwid’s interiors are equally impressive and we really like the way the chrome outlines the center console. The practicality of the cabin is aided by cup holders, cubbyholes, two large size glove boxes with a recess in between them, 12V power socket for the rear passengers and rear center armrest. Further, Kwid's class-leading 2422 mm wheelbase makes it the most spacious car in the category. 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. Only serious miss is the lack of ABS. Still, gotta love it. The claimed ARAI mileage for the Renault KWID petrol is 25 kmpl. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort.

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    Indranil | 3 weeks ago

    Absolutely yes. Mileage depends on road conditions as well efficiency of driving too. Expert driver can give 23 km per liter at highway with AC. P.S.- AC is highly recommend for car to keep clean inside and avoid dust issue. Because interior cleaning is too expensive rather than running car without AC.

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  • Q. What is the Kwid mileage in kmpl ?
    Kamlesh | 6 months ago

    It's a 5seater. My kwid gives an average of around 18to21 kmpl city commute. After all it also depends of your driving style

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    SURAJ | 1 month ago

    It depends on driving condition. I got around 34km/ltr in highway

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  • Q. I need to buy Renault Kwid RXT O this one good for long trip, how much mileage we get and if possible to add one more airbag in front side?
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    The Renault KWID is a perfect entry-level hatchback as it is one of the most affordable hatches nowadays. Although you might feel that the cushioning on the seats could have been softer but the KWID performs exceptionally well on road. At the higher speeds, some amount of wind noise and tyre noise slips into the cabin. The Renault KWID offers a tested mileage of 21.7 kmpl.The passenger airbag is not offered on the Renault KWID RXT(O) from the company but we would still suggest you visit the authorised service centre for the assistance regarding the installation co-passenger airbag.Click here for Dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Renault

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    Suvin | 1 month ago

    NO you can’t add airbag.Also I don’t recommend you this car for long drive.Its good for city drive, because safety wise it’s not good also poor body quality.I recommend go for santro

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  • Q. Which one is better Renault Kwid RXT(O) AMT or Redi GO AMT, in terms of mileage, comfort and space?
    SURAJ | 4 months ago

    Kwid amt has more milage than manual

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    Ranjodh | 4 months ago

    Kwid RXT(o) 1.0 cc best

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  • Q. My average running is 1500 Km a month, I am looking a AMT car with a budget of 5.50 to 6.25 lacs with low maintenance and good average. I am confused between Renault Kwid Climber, Santro Sport and Celerio X?
    Indranil | 5 months ago

    We prefer kWid AMT version as your run is much. So you must look for a car that can carry load with minimum cost. So select KWID. Very strong and specious car in small segments.

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    Kuldeep | 5 months ago

    If you are looking good average then you must be go for KWID ........... maintenance cost is not so costly as we thought

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  • Q. How is vehicle for daily use in city, mileage & after sales service cost?
    Indranil | 4 months ago

    Kwid is under small car segment and it has been designed for daily use at town for work and week end tour. Milage at highway average 22km/Ltr. and service is excellent with their follow up is also best.

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    Anirwan | 4 months ago

    For city conditions you will get around 14 to 16 kmpl. Service cost is reasonable.

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  • Q. Which variant of KWID is best in terms of performance, mileage, comfort and safety and is this good for Chennai drive?
    Indranil | 5 months ago

    KWID AMT is best for Chennai. Big boot space, excellent actual milage, ground clearance is 180mm, AC is too strong. Look like SUV car, fit for long drive like 1000 km tour you don't feel exhausted. Music system is bad.

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    Kuldeep | 5 months ago

    All variants have good average specially 800 CC

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  • Q. Is this car good in service and mileage?
    Anirwan | 5 months ago

    Yes its good in service. But on mileage side, all depends on your driving skill and style and your area of driving.

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    Indranil | 4 months ago

    Mileage 22km/LTE max at highway and service is excellent by renault

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  • Q. My Renault KWID 2018, mileage has gone back to 0. What could have happened?
    Zigwheels | 6 days ago

    It could be due to a malfunction in the instrument cluster of your car. We'd recommend visiting the nearest authorized service center as they would surely be able to assist you. Follow the link for New Car Showrooms.

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    Vipul | 2 days ago

    Contact to your car dealer. They will deal with the instrument.

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