Is Renault Kwid best for Family Trips?

The Renault Kwid is a hatchback with unique features of an SUV and a dual-tone appearance. It offers amazing cabin comfort in addition to cutting-edge technology. It also has a bunch of vital safety features that are installed to provide a safe and secure moving life.

A power antenna, rear spoiler, SUV-style front and rear skid plates, door protection cladding, headlight protector with white accents, sporty white design on the front door panel, stylized door labels, sporty graphite grille, adjustable halogen headlights, power adjustable exterior rear view mirrors, and arching roof rails are just a few of the features that this dual-tone Renault car boasts. It also features black wheel hub caps, body-coloured bumpers, LED tail lights, side indicators on the wheel arch covering, and black door handles.

This vehicle's interior features a fabric seat covering with four manually adjustable front seats, bench-style back seats that can be fully rolled up, a rear centre armrest, and headrests for the rear seats. The Renault Kwid's interior also has a hand compartment, air conditioning, a 12V power socket, a USB charger up front, a tachometer, a multi-trip metre, a digital odometer, a digital clock, and a low fuel warning function. The power steering wheel is coated in leather. A GPS navigation system, an integrated music system, an 8-inch multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and Bluetooth connectivity for phone and audio streaming are all included in the interior.

Engine and Gearbox
A 1.0L SCe engine that complies with "BS6 Phase2" regulations and has three inline cylinders with four valves each, driven by a dual overhead camshaft, powers this vehicle. It can produce a peak torque of 91 Nm at 4250 rpm and a maximum power of 67 horsepower at 5500 rpm. Additionally, the engine is mated to a five-speed automatic gearbox; however, some lower-end models have a manual gearbox. The claimed mileage for the Renault Kwid by ARAI varies from 20.71 km/l to 22 km/l, depending upon the version chosen.
The 1-liter petrol engine of the Renault Kwid produces 68 horsepower and 91 Nm. The RXL (O) version of the latter is now also offered.

Kwid has three drive modes: power steering, an instrument console, a distance to empty indicator, a 12-volt power outlet, and a multifunction steering wheel for added comfort. 

This front-wheel drive vehicle is equipped with 14-inch alloy rim wheels with 165mm wide radial tubeless tyres, a twist beam suspension with coil spring in the back, a front disc brake system, and rear drum brakes. Its measurements are 1579 mm broad by 3731 mm long, with 184 mm of unloaded ground clearance. Its total height is 1490 mm, and its boot holds 279 litres.

The most important safety features, including dual airbags, a seatbelt warning system, central locking, a child safety lock, rear seat belts, and a speed-sensing auto door lock, are all installed in this vehicle. In order to maintain stability and control under various circumstances, the Kwid automobile is equipped with additional features such as an electronic brake-force distribution system, hill assist, traction control, electronic stability control, and antilock brakes. It also includes a rear camera, speed alert function, crash sensor, engine immobiliser, tyre pressure monitoring system, and engine check warning feature, among other features.

With marginally different features and various options, this car is available in nine variants: RXE 1.0, RXL 1.0, RXL (O) 1.0, RXT 1.0, Climber, Climber (O) 1.0 Dual Tone, RXT 1.0 AMT, Climber AMT, and Climber (O) 1.0 AMT Dual Tone. Additionally, Fiery Red, Moonlight Silver, Ice Cool White, Outback Bronze, Zanskar Blue, Ice Cool White with Black Roof, and Metal Mustard with Black Roof are the available colour options for the Kwid.

  • It looks superior to the competitors.
  • The ride quality on Indian roads is excellent.
  • Packed with the features from the segment above.
  • The electronic stability programme (ESP), traction control, hill start aid, and tyre pressure monitoring system are now standard safety features.
  • Not the most complex engine in the category.
  • Shifting in an AMT gearbox is sluggish.
  • Better construction and plastic quality were expected.

The average ex-showroom price of the Renault Kwid is ₹ 6.45 Lakh, with a starting price of ₹ 4.7 Lakh.

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