We help you to choose the perfect vehicle for you
Prices for the 2018 Renault Kwid remain unchanged and start from Rs 2.66 lakh for the base 800cc variant, going up to Rs 4.59 lakh for the top-spec 1.0-litre trim. The car gets a new grille design with chrome trim on the higher variants. There are six exterior paint shades on sale.
The emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) equipped rear seat belts is now standard. The top-spec Kwid RXT (O) comes with a reverse camera, while the Kwid AMT gets Traffic Assist feature. The Kwid RXL trim now gets front power windows and remote central locking as standard. Higher trims like the RXT (O) get a 12V socket and chrome trim on the centre console, along with a rear centre armrest.
You can now get the car with a four-year/1,00,000km warranty, which include the regular two-year/50,000km extended warranty package.
Upcoming hatchback will be accompanied by facelifted i20 at the Auto Expo.Read More
Hyundai is about to reveal a walking car at the CES for emergency purposes.Read More
Hyundai Tuscon Facelift to be launched on 5th February 2020Read More
Hyundai India MD confirmed that the refreshed SUV will arrive next month; the current engines will receive BS6 versions.Read More
At the 2020 International CES, the jointly developed S-A1 concept was revealed. The four-seat Personal Air Vehicle (PAV) can take off vertically.Read More