Renault Launches Refreshed Kwid At Rs 2.83 lakh

It gets a higher ground clearance of 184mm now along with a host of exterior and interior cosmetic additions


  • Exterior changes include restyled headlamps and taillamps, bigger 14-inch wheels and redesigned front and rear bumpers.
  • Inside, it borrows bits like the digital dials, steering wheel and infotainment system from the Triber.
  • Continues with the 0.8-litre and 1.0-litre engines options, but are still BS4 compliant.
  • Will rival the likes of the Datsun redi-GO and the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso.

After a long period of testing and teasers, Renault has finally launched the Kwid facelift at a starting price of Rs 2.83 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). In Kerela, it starts at Rs 2.96 lakh and at Rs 2.93 lakh across rest of the country.The refreshed model is offered in five trims and gets a host of changes inside-out. Have a look at the detailed price list below:


Renault Kwid Facelift

Renault Kwid


STD 0.8

Rs 2.83 lakh

Rs 2.76 lakh

Rs 7,000

RXE 0.8

Rs 3.53 lakh

Rs 3.31 lakh

Rs 22,000

RXL 0.8

Rs 3.83 lakh

Rs 3.62 lakh

Rs 21,000

RXT 0.8

Rs 4.13 lakh

Not Available


RXT (O) 0.8

Not Available

Rs 3.99 lakh


RXT 1.0

Rs 4.33 lakh

Not Available


RXT (O) 1.0

Not Available

Rs 4.21 lakh


RXT (O) 1.0 AMT

Rs 4.63 lakh

Rs 4.51 lakh

Rs 12,000


Rs 4.54 lakh

Rs 4.46 lakh

Rs 8,000

Climber AMT

Rs 4.84 lakh

Rs 4.76 lakh

Rs 8,000

As seen in the above table, the prices for the Kwid have increased by up to Rs 22,000 depending on the variant. Let’s see what does the Kwid facelift pack for the extra premium.

The Kwid facelift borrows plenty of elements from its electric cousin, the City K-ZE. The most striking changes include the new split-headlight setup, bigger grille and revised lower bumper design with a skid plate. The side profile looks more or less the same with the only change being the new 14-inch wheels with 165/70 rubber. At the rear, the changes resemble the front with a redesigned bumper, faux skid plates and slightly reworked tail lamps with LED elements.

Sizewise, the Kwid facelift is longer than the model it replaces and has a higher ground clearance as well. However, it is a tad shorter than its predecessor. Have a look at the table to see how the facelifted model fares against its predecessor in the dimensions department:


Renault Kwid Facelift

Renault Kwid

Length (mm)



Width (mm)



Height (mm)*



Wheelbase (mm)



Ground Clearance (mm)



*With roofrails.

On the inside, the hatchback gets a new 8-inch Media Nav Evolution touchscreen infotainment system from the Triber MPV. Other changes include a new steering wheel and a new instrument cluster featuring a central multi-info display (MID) from the Triber. The dashboard layout has also been tweaked a bit and it now resembles the City K-ZE all-electric hatchback sold in China. Carryover features include power windows, active keyless entry and manual HVAC.

While Renault has retained the 0.8-litre and 1.0-litre petrol engine options, both still BS4 compliant. The 0.8-litre develops 54PS and 72Nm while the larger 1.0-litre engine develops 68PS and 91Nm. Transmission options remain unchanged with a 5-speed manual gearbox offered as standard while an AMT is available with the 1.0-litre unit.

The refreshed Kwid takes on the likes of the Datsun redi-GO and the recently launched Maruti Suzuki S-Presso. Stay tuned to ZigWheels for a detailed comparison report of these entry-level hatchbacks.


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