Renault recently launched the facelift version of their most selling cars ‘The Kwid’ at a price of Rs 2.83 lakh (ex-showroom). The car gets various changes in its exterior as well as interior styling. While the facelifted Kwid already looks very appealing and has a fresh design but if you want more bling and personalisation Renault has introduced 5 different accessories pack for the Kwid.
The new Kwid gets a similar headlight and LED arrangement as the Tata Harrier and the MG Hector. Which means that the headlight is below on the bumper and above it is LED DRLs along with the indicator. The amazing part is that this LED setup is available even in the base variant, so you don’t miss out on style even with a lower variant. Further, the design remains almost the same, the tail light also gets the LED treatment.
Coming to the interior you get an all-new 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, and a new instrument cluster sourced from the Triber. Now let’s talk about the accessories trim offered by Renault. There are five of them in total – ALA Carte Pack, Chrome pack, Urban pack, SUV Pack and Essential Pack. All of these pack includes different accessories according to customer needs.
Talking about the ALA Carte pack, it gets Alloy wheel, ORVM chrome, Wind deflector, lower door cladding, tailgate chrome, window frame kit, a white underbody light, puddle lamp, illuminated scuff plate and an illuminated gear knob. The Chrome pack is for people who love the bling of the chrome, it gets chrome around DRL, front grille garnish, front grille inserts, headlamp, rear bumper, tail lamp and gear bezel.
The urban pack comes with an essential such as front parking sensors, ORVM blinker, 3D mat, and ambient light. SUV pack gets fender cladding, bodyside cladding, spoiler and roof rails to give it a more buffed up look. And the essential pack just has the basics such as mud flap, carpet mat, car cover and bumper corner protector. All of these accessories pack enhance the appeal of the Kwid.
Powering the Kwid are the same 0.8 litres and 1.0-litre engine. The 799cc makes 54ps at 5,678rpm, while the bigger 1.0-litre motor makes 68ps at 5,500 rpm and 91Nm of torque at 4,250rpm. The 800 cc engine only gets 5-speed manual gearbox while the 1.0-litre one also has an option for the AMT gearbox.
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