SUVs and crossovers are all the rage in our Indian market these days. Actually buyers are wanting more of gravel travel cars. And if that demand is anything to go buy in the entry-level segment, the Renault Kwid and Maruti S-Presso bring in the right proposition. We tested and compared the AMT versions of these two.
The start of this year was as usual busy at CarWale with many cars coming in for road tests. Amongst the horde of vehicles, we even tested two hatchbacks that now have some updates with compliance to BS6 norms. These are important upgrades even though the models are not thoroughly refreshed, and continue to be preferred even in the used car market.
Entry-level hatchbacks are a stepping stone for buyers into the world of four-wheelers. A lot depends on the car's styling and features on offer. However, one important aspect is interior space and comfort. After all, that's where you'll spend most of your time while driving the car. So, here is a quick comparison between the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso and the Renault Kwid to see which car has better interior space management.
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.