Infrastructure in India is not up to the mark. There are potholed roads and large speed breakers or we can even call them car breakers. It is because of this reason, city cars with high ground clearance are preferred. Cars like Renault Kwid facelift come into the picture at this point, the practicality of high ground clearance and compact size are a boon, but is there more? Watch our comprehensive review of the small hatchback – Renault Kwid.
After the success of Duster, the sales chart saw an upward trend all thanks to the their hatchback – Renault Kwid, an ambitious attempt at tackling the low-price, high volume base of the market that’s dominated by Maruti. But, to keep the momentum going, the French manufacturer gave it a facelift.
We drove the Renault Kwid facelift with 1.0-litre engine having a power output of 68PS and 91Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and a 5-speed AMT. The small hatchback recently received a facelift and we drove the updated Kwid in its manual Avtar.
We focus on the good as well as the bad aspects of Renault Kwid facelift. It competes with Maruti Suzuki Alto, does Kwid stand a chance against the best seller? Watch our review to find out, if Kwid is worth a buy or should you give it a miss?