Renault will be launching its most affordable car, the Kwid later this month. The brochure and accessories details of the same have been revealed now.
The entry level hatchback segment is the one which sees continuous demand in the Indian market but is largely dominated by the Maruti Suzuki Alto. However, things are set to change as Renault is all set to attack the segment with full power. The Kwid is the French brand’s answer to the Japanese and it does look promising. The butch styling and the high fuel efficiency figure is sure to entice many customers. We now have the brochure of the car revealing many details and the accessories brochure too which shows the customisation options customers will get from day one.
The brochure of the Renault Kwid highlights its high points such as the 180 mm ground clearance, bold looks, touchscreen infotainment system, fully digital instrument console, spacious cabin as well as the performance and safety aspects. It trumps the rivals on most of these counts which will make it a worthy contender in the segment. Usually, companies offer a few optional accessories which aren’t to the taste of most customers and they hunt for options outside. Renault will be offering a lot of options and will also offer bundle packs of accessories. Here’s a list of noticeable options which will be available.
* Chrome accents for multiple places
* Outside rear view mirror
* Roof rails
* Side cladding
* Illuminated sill plates
* Cabin floor mats (multiple options)
* Steering wheel cover (multiple options)
* Seat covers (multiple options)
Renault has said that it would price the accessories reasonably and not compromise on quality either. Another benefit of installing accessories at the showroom would be that the warranty would remain intact as the vehicle wouldn’t be tampered in any way. However what we feel is the biggest advantage is that Renault is offering an option of adding the cost of accessories to the vehicle loan in order to reduce the financial impact and helping customers add all that they wish in one go. All that remains to be seen is how Renault prices the Kwid.