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Renault KWID

Rs 2.65 - Rs 4.25 Lakh
Ex-showroom price
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Performance
Engine 999 cc
Mileage 24.04 kmpl
 
Safety
Anti-Lock Braking System No
Driver Airbag Yes
 
Engine
Turbo Charger No
 
Entertainment
USB & Aux Yes
Integrated 2DIN Audio No
 
EMI
Duration 60 months
EMI Rs 5,120 /mo.
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Recent Updates of Renault KWID

Renault KWID 1.0 is now available in RXL variant which is priced lower than the RXT and RXT (O) variants. The price for the KWID 1.0 now starts from Rs 3.54 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Importantly, the KWID 1.0 AMT is available in RXL variant now, priced at Rs 3.84 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). As a result, the KWID 1.0 AMT is now more affordable than Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 AGS, which costs Rs 4.10 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi for VXI variant).

Price List of Renault KWID

Variant (Ex-Showroom Price)  
Petrol Variant(s)
STD
799 cc, 53.3 bhp, 25.17 kmpl Petrol
Rs 2.65 Lakh*
RXE
799 cc, 53.3 bhp, 25.17 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.07 Lakh*
RXL
799 cc, 53.3 bhp, 25.17 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.32 Lakh*
RXT
799 cc, 53.3 bhp, 25.17 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.67 Lakh*
RXT Optional
799 cc, 53.3 bhp, 25.17 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.8 Lakh*
1.0
999 cc, 70 bhp, 23.01 kmpl Petrol
Rs 3.89 Lakh*
1.0 RXT Optional
999 cc, 70 bhp, 23.01 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.02 Lakh*
AMT
999 cc, 68 bhp, 24.04 kmpl Petrol
Rs 4.25 Lakh*

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    SK Nov 09, 2015

    Kwid happens to come to the indian market when it was needed the most. nano was obviously the cheapest of the lot but failed to receive much appreciation. Alto and Eon were my first choice but after i heard about the kwid, I decided to take a test drive and make my decision, after all alto and eon have been Read More

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    Deepak Sep 15, 2015

    Renault has for long been known for the Duster and from now on, the Kwid will represent the brand in India. The Kwid has all it takes to be a winner in the segment and these are my personal views only - I am yet to drive the car in the showroom but on paper, the Kwid is a winner. Read More

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    Sanjeev Tamrakar Oct 25, 2015

    Back gear front me lagta hai it confusing .interior look. Thoda average hai. Engine 1st gear me noisy hai. Mere khyal se thoda wait karna chahiye Read More

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Videos of Renault KWID

Watch latest video reviews of Renault KWID to know about its interiors, exteriors, performance, mileage and more.

Pictures of Renault KWID

Colors of Renault KWID

  • Fiery Black

  • Fiery Red

  • ICE Cool White

  • Moonlight Silver

  • OUTBACK BRONZE

  • Planet Grey

Mileage of Renault KWID

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol 22.89 kmpl 25.17 kmpl

Review of Renault KWID

UPDATED: Read detailed roadtest of the Kwid (click to read)

Renault has surprised everyone by offering the Kwid at as low as Rs 2.6 lac (ex-showroom). At this price, the Kwid is a clear winner and will be a hit among first time car buyers. For starters, the Kwid looks really nice, like a mini SUV of sorts. It brings along a wind of change as far as design is concerned among small cars in India. The massive front grille, big fog lamps inserts and raised bonnet lend it a very muscular appeal. The same goes for the side angle where you can clearly notice the flared arches, matt black cladding and rising shoulder line near the C pillar. The Kwid looks equally impressive from the back with a bulging boot lid and cute little tail lamps on either sides. 
On the inside, the Kwid offers far more space as compared to the Alto what tilts the game in its favour is the design of the cabin. Renault has really put a lot of effort into making sure the interiors feel premium for a Rs 3 lac car. You also get a digital display for speedometer and a driver info display that shows variety of information including fuel economy. And then there is the infotainment system that sets a new benchmark in cars under Rs 5-6 lac. 
Space is very good up front and ergonomically the car is pretty good. Power windows switches though are positioned under the air-con controls. Likewise, Renault is not even offering internal adjustment for outside mirrors and even a day/night internal mirror is missing. That said, considering the price segment, we have no issues with the internal package. Move to tbe back and the Kwid continues to impress you with leg space on offer. 
The Kwid also comes with a class leading boot space of 300 litres. 
The Kwid, like the Eon and the Alto 800, comes with a 0.8-litre 3 cylinder petrol engine that puts out 54PS of power and 72Nm of torque - these figures are respectable for the segment but what works for the car is the light weight. At 669kg, the Kwid the lightest in its category and this means performance is really brisk. Renault also claims a tested economy of over 25kmpl. 
To summarize, the Kwid ticks all the right boxes for a prospective customer. It looks really nice and this is a must have for people putting their money down for a 'cheap' car. 

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News of Renault KWID

Renault Adds RXL Variant To The KWID Line-Up, Lines Up Alto K10 Like Never Before

KWID 1.0 AMT Now Becomes More Affordable Than Alto K10 AGS In a move that aims to give the KWID 1.0 AMT a clear price advantage over the competition, Renault has added RXL variant to the KWID 1.0 line-up. As a result, the KWID RXL 1.0 AMT now undercuts the Alto K10 VXI AGS's price by Rs 26,000. The KWID RXL 1.0 AMT is priced at Rs 3.84 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) while the Alto K10's most-affordable VXI AGS variant costs Rs 4.10 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The RXL variant will also be available with the manual KWID 1.0 which costs Rs... Read More

Posted On | Feb 24, 2017 | 195 Views

Surprise! The Renault Kwid AMT Is Here!

Renault India has launched the Kwid AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) in the Indian market. Available exclusively with the 1.0-litre petrol motor, the Kwid with the 'Easy-R' AMT represents the company's desire to make the Kwid even more popular. There are not many AMT-equipped cars in the entry-level hatchback segment. Considering the Tata Nano GenX is doing so well in the market, the only true competitor for the Renault Kwid AMT is the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10. The highlight of this new Kwid is, of course, the AMT/Automated Manual Transmission. Based on the 5-speed manual transmission already available on the other... Read More

Posted On | Nov 12, 2016 | 218 Views

Renault To Ditch Gearstick For Rotary Knob on Kwid AMT

Renault has hit point-blank with their designing in the recent times. The Duster and the Kwid are both exceptionally designed vehicles with great road presence compared to their counterparts. With the Kwid, Renault also managed to lay the interiors superbly not only making it spacious but also stylish. The already tasteful interiors of the Kwid will soon get another exciting element, the rotary AMT gear knob, a first for this segment. Renault has teased the soon-to-be-launched Kwid AMT in a unique way. The company has released an image of the rotary gear knob with R, N and D modes. The... Read More

Posted On | Oct 31, 2016 | 189 Views
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