Renault Kwid: The mini-SUV in India

The mini-SUV Renault Kwid

The mini-SUV Renault Kwid has now presented in its actual form. From the exciting study of the previous year a sober production model for use on India's roads has become challenging. At the Auto Show in Delhi last year he was one of the big surprises. The mini-SUV Renault Kwid was as yet been as exciting study with thick knobby tires, wing doors and extravagant solutions for Interior Color as an eye catcher on the Renault stand. Renault design chief Laurens van den Acker then on international cooperation in the origination of the study on the courier: "The exterior comes from our studio in Brazil, the interior and the color choice as submitted by our two Indian studios in Mumbai and Chennai."

Now Renault is the first time that model of the same name, which emerged from the study, and in India in the autumn will come on the market. As might be expected, the extravagant solutions the study a practical and robust form have given way to that is to make the Renault Kwid for serious players in the booming in the Indian car market segment of mini-SUV. These are not least because so much in demand, because cars are 4 meters external length favorable tax in India and the greatest utility among buyers is on the requirement profile at the top.

Under four meters
With only 3.68 m long and 1.58 m wide, the Renault Kwid fits into this market segment, in which some of the already celebrated successes with us available Ford Ecosport. This is particularly highlighted by Renault equipping the Kwid with a multimedia navigation system with a central 7-inch color monitor, a novelty in this vehicle class in the Indian market. As engine a new 0.8-liter petrol engine is used on its performance can still be weigt.

Unlike Ford, which is used with the originally designed for Brazil Ecosport after the success in India and in Europe, there is at the moment no such plans Renault. In India, Renault Kwid to cost the equivalent of 4000-5500 euros.

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