The Renault Kwid is currently the French car maker’s bestselling product in the Indian car market. Renault has now recalled the Kwid entry-level hatchback in India due to some faulty steering system component. The entry-level hatchback is offered in India with two engine options, namely 0.8 litre and 1.0 litre petrol engines.
As per the latest reports, the French automaker has sent official notices to the owners of the Renault Kwid requesting them to schedule an appointment with their nearest authorized Renault dealership. All the affected vehicles’ owners are supposed to take their cars to the dealerships, where they will be inspected and if necessary with replace the faulty component. The entire inspection of the steering system, repair or replacement of parts will be carried out by Renault absolutely free of costs. Renault has not announced the recall officially to the media and has not yet offered any details regarding the exact fault or a particular faulty part in the steering system of the Kwid hatchback.