Renault Kwid Price List
Renault Kwid launched in India at a starting price of Rs 2.65 Lakh. Check out the Renault Kwid which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Renault Kwid with on road price, mileage, specifications, review and images. Check mileage of new Renault Kwid with photos. features, colours, comparisons, video review, user reviews & latest news in India on autoX.
Renault Kwid User Reviews
Good car for small family
for small family, it is pretty good car to have. loved it
Renault Kwid Editorial Review
The aim of developing the Renault Kwid was to offer a segment beating entry-level car with more space, more equipment, more comfort and a more premium appeal than other cars in its segment. And this is exactly what Renault delivered with the finished product of the Kwid. Built jointly between Renault and Nissan on the CMF-A compact car platform, the Renault Kwid is longer, wider and has a longer wheelbase than all of its rivals. This by default makes the Renault Kwid more practical than cars such as the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon. And its 300 litre boot only boosts its practicality quotient. Despite being larger than its rivals the Renault Kwid with a kerb weight of 669kg is lighter than its aforementioned models thanks to numerous weight saving measures such as various plastic components, three wheel nuts, etc. The Renault Kwid was built as a high set car with a tall body and generous 180mm ground clearance for a hatchback. Taking a step further, on the styling front Renault gave the car black plastic cladding all around to give it a crossoveresque appeal. Something that appeals to today’s youth quite well. With its bold styling and road presence the Renault Kwid does indeed stand out of the crowd and in doing so has gone on to become yet another success story for Renault in India. On the inside the Renault Kwid gets a very premium cabin for a car in its segment. There is plenty of cabin space to seat five people and the cabin feels airy. Rear seat occupants get a decent amount of legroom and head room. Plastic quality is great for a car in its segment and so is fit and finish, lending to the premium appeal of the car. The Renault Kwid is also the best equipped small car in its segment thanks to top-end variants being fitted with a touchscreen infotainment system with satellite navigation and more other equipment includes front power windows, charging socket, internally adjustable IRVMs and driver airbag. The Renault Kwid is offered with a choice of two engines, a three cylinder, 800cc, 53bhp unit which comes mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. The Renault Kwid 800 has an ARAI rated fuel efficiency figure of 25.17 km/l. The more powerful Renault Kwid 1.0 litre, three cylinder petrol engine developing 67bhp of maximum power. On the whole, if you are looking to buy an entry-level car then you must consider the Renault Kwid and a test drive will reveal just how superior the car feels to its rivals on the road.
Renault Kwid Exterior Review
The Renault Kwid has brought a whole new dimension to styling for the entry-level car segment with its bold design cues featuring a raised stance with plastic side body cladding to give it a very crossoveresque appeal. This combined with a longer and wider body than its rivals makes the Renault Kwid look very intimidating in front of its rivals. Factor in its bold front grille and a host of available accessories such as roof rails, etc and the Renault Kwid stands out even more on the road. Likes: Biggest car in its segment. Practicality. Road presence. Dislikes: Rear tail lamps could look better. No alloy wheel options.
Renault Kwid Interior Review
Renault Kwid interiors are yet again best in segment by far thanks to good plastic quality, fit and finish and overall design. The cabin of the Renault Kwid feels very spacious and can seat five people in ease. Rear seat leg room, knee room and head room are also quite good in the Renault Kwid’s back seat. The Kwid also has a spacious 300 litre boot which is the largest in the segment. Likes: Space, Equipment. Dislikes: Seats could be more supportive. Could do with a few more basic features.
Renault Kwid Features Review
The Renault Kwid comes loaded with a host of features including power steering, front power windows, air conditioning and heating, front power socket, internally adjustable IRVMs. The Kwid also gets a class leading touchscreen infotainment system borrowed from the Renault Duster. The system even boasts of satellite navigation which was yet another segment first for the Renault Kwid. Likes: Best equipped car in its segment. Dislikes: Still needs more basic equipment like rear defogger & wash wipe.
Renault Kwid Engine Specifications and performance Review
There are two models of the Renault Kwid available on sale, the 800cc model and a 1.0 litre model. The Renault Kwid 800cc as its name suggests is powered by an 800cc, three cylinder petrol engine developing 53bhp of max power @ 5,678rpm and 72Nm of peak torque @ 4,386rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. The more powerful Renault Kwid 1.0 litre is powered by a 1.0 litre petrol engine developing 67bhp of max power @ 5500rpm and 91Nm of peak torque @ 4,250rpm. This model too comes with a five-speed manual gearbox. Likes: Fuel Efficiency, 1.0 litre performance Dislikes: Nothing really
Renault Kwid Mileage Review
The Renault Kwid 800 has a segment leading ARAI mileage figure of 25.17 km/l. While the Renault Kwid 1.0 litre has an ARAI rated mileage figure of 23.01 km/l. Likes: Fuel efficient engines Dislikes: Nothing really
Renault Kwid Ride and Handling Review
The Renault Kwid comes with a monocoque construction like all its rivals. But it has to be said that the Kwid feels far more confident and stable on the road as compared to other cars in its segment. The Kwid’s ride is comfortable and quite sophisticated for an entry-level car. Likes: Good handling, comfortable ride Dislikes: Nothing really considering its price
Renault Kwid Engine & Gearbox
The Renault Kwid is on sale with a choice of two engines, an 800cc three cylinder petrol motor and a 1.0 litre three cylinder petrol engine. Both engines in the Renault Kwid are mated to a five-speed manual transmission.
Renault Kwid Competition
The Renault Kwid 800 competes against rivals such as the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon. The Renault Kwid 1.0 litre competes against rivals such as the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 and Hyundai Eon 1.0 litre.
Renault Kwid Safety Features
Only top end versions of the Renault Kwid is offered with a driver airbag.