Renault is the French auto manufacturing giant selling passenger cars in India since 2005. The brand has been successful in cementing its position in the Indian market and producing cars that appeal to the masses and nuclear families. The carmaker rose to fame through its Duster SUV and later with its budget micro-hatchback Kwid.
In recent times, the brand has forayed into some of the hottest segments like MPVs and compact SUVs with its Triber and Kiger cars. The French carmaker presently sells Kwid, Kiger and Triber cars in India, which are selling like hotcakes.
The price range starts from INR 4.70 lakh for the Kwid, while the Triber and Kiger come at a starting price of INR 6.34 lakh and INR 6.50 lakh, respectively. All prices are ex-showroom.
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Renault Kwid is the car that gave a new meaning to hatchbacks. The Kwid is a compact car that pushes the boundaries of styling and features, with a fuel-efficient engine and affordable pricing helping it gain popularity amongst first-time budget buyers.
From the outside, the looks are inspired by SUVs with a chiselled and sleek body. The stylish three-slat grille is placed in harmony with silver streak LED daytime running lights. The SUV-styled headlamps on the bumper enhance the bold front profile.
From the side, the dual-tone multi-spoke flex wheels and flared wheel arches lift the road presence. The overall profile is complemented by tail lights with LED light guides at the rear.
The interiors are way above what you would expect in a budget car with a dual-tone cabin theme and plenty of modern-day comfort and convenience aspects. The level of customization can be seen in the fact that the vehicle is being offered in multiple fabrics and colour stitching, with chrome accents across the cabin.
The Kwid comes with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that supports Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay as well as voice recognition. With a segment-first fully-digital instrument cluster, the Kwid makes your drive convenient and effortless by offering features including steering-mounted audio controls, and electrically adjustable ORVMs. Then there are utility aspects like a fast USB charger, a 12V power socket at the rear, and a rear parcel shelf that make your journey graceful.
The small hatch can absorb five people, however, four adults are best fit for this car. The seats are well-bolstered with integrated headrests for the front and neck rests and foldable backrests for the rear making your drive unruffled.
The safety is decent with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, brake assist, overspeed alert, seatbelt reminder, and reverse parking camera with guidelines.
The small hatch is powered by a 1.0L 3-cylinder petrol engine that makes 68PS and 91Nm of torque, paired to either a 5-speed manual transmission or AMT gearbox. Budget hatchbacks like Kwid are crafted to be driven in and around the cities, and highway driving is an afterthought.
The powertrain is adequately powerful, and at the low rpm, the car is capable of pulling itself at a peppy rate. The steering is light and good to hold, making pottering in the cities, an easy affair.
The car offers a claimed fuel economy of 21.7kmpl for the manual and 22.5kmpl for the AMT.
The Renault Kwid price in India starts at INR 4.70 lakh and goes up to INR 6.45 lakh, ex-showroom.
The Renault Triber is a compact MPV designed to be an ideal companion for large families. The Triber is a sheer innovation in this budget sub-4-meter segment. The car comes with an appealing design, a high level of safety and lots of comfort and space with ultra-modular seating combinations.
The styling of Triber is practical and pleasing, which is in line with the requirements of today. The outstanding dual-tone colour options are striking to look at with chrome detailing and the muscular stance of an SUV. The front is dominated by a triple-slat grille and projector headlamps with LED DRLs.
The car gets a crossover look with a silver skid plate and plastic cladding. The side adds some subtle creases and LED turn indicators on the ORVMs, while the stylish flex wheels contribute to the style statement.
The rear profile is emphasized by wrap-around taillights, a neat rear spoiler and a brand logo in the middle.
The spacious and smartly optimized interiors are the highlights of this car. The cabin features a dual-tone deep black and beige theme with fabric upholstery. For experiencing a next-gen driving experience, the Triber has been given a bunch of immersive and convenient features.
The dashboard has been blessed with silver treatment for enhancing the premium appeal.
The vehicle comes with 8-inch touchscreen mediaNav infotainment, powered by Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and also the crisp digital instrument cluster.
The seating arrangement is revolutionary as it can be your 2-seater mini cargo truck or a 7-seater MPV carrying all the family members. Even the seating in the third row is extremely usable.
The level of equipment at this price is commendable. The car consists of features like steering-mounted controls, cooled storage in the central console, lower glove box cooling, push start/stop button, electric tailgate release, 6-way adjustable driver’s seat and electrically adjustable ORVMs.
The Triber is claimed to be the safest MPV in India, with a GNCAP rating of 4 stars. The car features front and side airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, traction control, Hill start assist, tyre pressure monitoring and rear parking sensors with rearview camera.
The Triber is powered by a 1.0L petrol motor that makes 72PS and 96Nm torque, paired to either a 5-speed manual or 5-speed AMT. The power is more than enough for everyday driving, offering outstanding ride quality. The power delivery is good, and you can chug along the vehicle quite nicely.
The standard 5-speed manual gearbox does its job of providing quick shifts. The AMT is for those who want a bit of convenience while pottering around the city. The steering is light and convenient during busy city traffic.
The Triber offers a mileage of 20kmpl with the manual and 18.29kmpl with the AMT gearbox.
The Renault Triber price in India ranges between Rs. 6.34 lakh and Rs. 8.98 lakhs, ex-showroom.
The Renault Kiger is a compact SUV and the latest from the brand in the Indian market. The car has been pitched in one of the hotly contested under-4-meter segments. The Kiger is known for its SUVish styling, high level of equipment, and fuel-efficient engine, all at an affordable price range.
The design of the Kiger is stunning and robust, designed for complementing the free spirit of driving.
The car comes with sleek headlamps with DRLs, a signature grille and a muscular bonnet. With 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels and satin roof rails, the Kiger demands attention.
The rear is equally dynamic with boomerang-shaped LED taillights, a chrome-finished tailgate accent and a skid plate on the lower part of the bumper.
The Kiger comes with bespoke interiors to attract a particular class of buyers. With melange seat upholstery and contrast red stitching across, the car redefines leisure and comfort in this class.
The vehicle features ergonomic seating with the driver’s seat height adjustable, nice and offers an excellent view. The rear row also offers an adequate amount of knee room and headroom. There is plenty of flexibility like a 60:40 rear split and 100 per cent foldable rear seats.
For enjoying a comfortable riding experience, you get an intuitive multimedia experience with 8-inch floating touchscreen infotainment with first-in-segment wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The car gets an 8.9-inch LED digital instrument cluster that comes with crisp graphics.
Further, you get high-end features like wireless phone charging, cruise control, automatic AC, push start button, cooled lower glove box and rear ac vents, that make every moment of your driving memorable.
In the safety department, the car offers 4 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP, traction control, hill start assist, tyre pressure monitoring system and rear parking sensors with camera.
The Kiger is powered by a 1.0L Energy petrol unit that produces 72PS and 96Nm torque, synced with either, a 5-speed MT or EASY-R AMT. It also gets a 1.0L turbo-petrol motor that makes 100PS and 152Nm torque with CVT and 100PS and 160Nm torque with 5-speed MT
With these engines, the car gets adequate and smooth power delivery needed for city driving.
The throttle response is sharper, while the steering makes the car an easy highway runabout.
The car delivers ARAI-claimed mileage of 20.5kmpl with the manual transmission and 19kmpl with the AMT.
The Renault Kiger price in India falls in the bracket of Rs. 6.50 lakh and Rs. 11.23 lakh, ex-showroom.
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At present, none of the cars from Renault comes with diesel engines. There are only petrol engine cars available.
The ground clearance of Renault Kiger is 205mm, which is pretty good for city driving and occasional off-roading.
Presently, all the cars from the brand namely Renault Kwid, Renault Triber, and Renault Kiger, are popular and selling in good numbers.
The most expensive car from the automaker is Renault Kiger compact SUV.
Renault Kiger currently competes against Nissan Magnite, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Maruti Brezza, and Toyota Urban Cruiser.
The Renault Kwid comes with a fuel tank capacity of 28 litres.
The Renault Triber is available in 5 colour options including Metal Mustard, Cedar Brown, Electric Blue, Ice Cool White, and Moonlight Silver.
Renault Kiger comes with a boot space of 405 litres, which can be further expanded to 879 litres by folding the rear seats.
Renault offers a standard warranty of 2 years or 50,000 km (whichever is earlier) on all of its cars.
The first service should come after 2000km or 2 months, the second one after 10,000km or 12 months and subsequent services after every 10,000km or 12 months.