Renault India has set its sight firmly on the sub-four metre SUV segment, and also targeted the hatchback buyers with the Kiger's aggressive price. And that's a good thing, not just for the carmaker. The price point is attractive for prospective small car buyers to jump to a segment above and still not burn a hole in their pocket. After all, it's a good-looking car with a practical and feature-packed cabin, friendly road manners for an SUV, a peppy performance from the turbo, and availability in multiple options with a manual, AMT, or CVT gearboxes. Lest we forget, plenty of customisation options to give it a unique look are available too!