During monsoon season, we usually see a few car makers offering some nice discounts and offers on their products in order to attract good amount of customers on wet days. Now, French car maker Renault is offering the same, but not because of the ongoing rainy season, but because Renault needs to clear the existing inventory of the pre-facelift of the Renault Kwid hatchback, while also attracting new buyers for the newly facelift model. So, if you like the Kwid and are planning to buy one before the onset of this year’s festive season, then now is the best time. This is because the French automaker is offering some nice offers on the Kwid for the entire month of August.
During the ongoing month of August, Renault attractive schemes on the RXT(O) variants of the previous Kwid hatch model in the form of free insurance. This amounts to cash savings of somewhere between Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000, depending on the particular RXT(O) variant. This free insurance scheme is offered only via the Renault Assurance program. Moreover, the company is also offering free accessories on the pre-facelift Renault Kwid’s RXT(O) models worth the amount of Rs. 3,500.
On the other hand, when it comes to the new updated 2018 Renault Kwid, the French car manufacturing company is offering finance for the buyers at a low interest rate of 7.99 percent that can be availed only through Renault Finance.
The Renault Kwid is a capable little hatchback that offers big on styling, features, space and value for money than that of its market rivals. These are the reasons, why the Renault Kwid is a great hit in the Indian car market. Even though the pre-facelift Kwid’s sales slackened a bit, the facelift model is expected to boost the brand’s sales once again.
Moreover, the Renault Kwid offers a class leading 4-year/1-lakh kilometers warranty and lowest cost of ownership as compared against its popular contenders in the very competitive car market of India. Going by the facts and data, the Renault Kwid 0.8L version is actually around 31 percent cheaper to maintain than that of its arch rival, the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800. On the other hand, the more powerful 1.0 litre version of the Kwid is 28 more cost efficient in terms of maintenance as compared against the Alto K10 model.
When the refreshed 2018 Renault Kwid range is concerned, it has come with added features and some visual updates to appear more attractive at unchanged price range.
The new Renault Kwid facelift comes with a standard emergency locking retractor for the rear seatbelts. The RXL trim offers fog lights, full wheel covers, front power windows and remote central locking system. The mid-range RXT (O) now comes with a chrome finished front grille as well as gear knob, while offering added features like rear 12V socket and a reverse camera.
The Kwid facelift’s Climber version now offers a rear armrest. Moreover, the Kwid facelift’s AMT models come with Renault’s Traffic Assist system, which is essentially the creep feature, which is highly handy during bumper-to-bumper traffic situations.