Change and progress are two things that have taken shape every other time in our Indian automotive space. Our car market has always been a difficult one to crack and automakers have tried and tested every other move in a bid to compete and survive. Eventually, game changing products have been monumental in shaping their respective brands, and the Renault Kwid was one such product. An entry-level hatchback with SUV styling and many features. Now its facelifted version is launched and Maruti Suzuki has bounced back into the setting with a similar proposition with the new S-Presso. How do these stand against each other? We pitted their AMT versions with one another to find out.