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    Three in-car infotainment systems under Rs 10 lakhs reviewed

    3 months ago by 

    We have compared six touchscreen systems from cars under Rs 10 lakhs and here are the cars that came in 4th, 5th and 6th place.

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    Top Touchscreen systems under Rs 10 lakhs compared: An introduction

    3 months ago by 

    We have compared six touchscreen systems from cars under Rs 10 lakhs and this the introductory story 

     

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    2018 Renault Kwid AMT First Drive Review

    5 months ago by 

    The more I drive in Bombay’s peak hour traffic, the more I appreciate the concept and of course, the convenience of a small automatic hatchback, and Renault’s Kwid AMT has been among the more prevalent budget options. While this ‘new’ 2018 version isn’t all new, the little updates that it carries are significant enough to warrant a quick drive. 

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    Renault Kwid Long Term Report 3

    1 year ago by 

    Yes, it has a lot more space than the Alto, both inside the cabin as well as in the boot. The seating is also quite comfortable and it gets more features than any of its competitors for a lower price. The dark interior and the touchscreen display catch your attention. Also, when you sit inside the Kwid, it does feel premium.

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    Renault Kwid Long Term Report 2

    1 year ago by 

    I have spent just over a month with the Renault Kwid and I have managed to clock over 3000kms in about five weeks. Apart from being my daily driver, I took the Kwid for my yearly trip to Konkan for Ganpati festival. The 1300 km roundtrip saw it cruising smoothly along the NH4, tackling the twisties of Amboli and that too, when it was loaded up to the gills with luggage. Here is how it went.

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    Five labours of the Renault Kwid

    1 year ago by 

    Renault dropped a bomb on us in 2014 with the KWID concept. As radical as it was, it was probably the first time an all-new concept from a European company had debuted in India. And when it transformed into a production car, it was launched with a promise – a promise of being an alternative to the Altos and the Santros.

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    Renault Kwid Long Term Report 1

    1 year ago by 

    First things first, in spite of its petite dimensions, the Renault Kwid does look its part as a mini-compact SUV thanks to its carefully carved proportions. At about 3800mm, it is as big as the Alto but its height makes all the difference. The tall stance, flared wheel arches and the two-part front fascia give the Kwid a visual brawn.

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    Renault Kwid 1.0 AMT First Drive Review

    2 years ago by 

    This, the new Renault Kwid AMT, is possibly the last chapter in the current Kwid's evolution story. The story itself mirrors that of the high-selling Alto quite closely: First there was the 800cc, then the 1-litre came along, and now there's the 1-litre with the AMT 'box.

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    Renault kwid 1.0 litre First Drive

    2 years ago by 

     For potential buyers who love the way the Kwid looks but were put off by the underwhelming 799cc engine, Renault has just introduced the much awaited 1.0litre version of the car. The significant bump in power and torque figures promises to give this Renault hatch some extra oomph especially for highway use. So has the heart transplant made the Kwid significantly better? We flew to Chennai to find answers.

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    Datsun Redigo vs Renault Kwid

    2 years ago by 

    Call it sibling rivalry, two sides of the same coin, or whatever else that signifies two of a kind. It might not seem like it on the outset with the Datsun Redigo and the Renault Kwid looking so drastically different. But underneath, these are essentially the same car: same engine and gearbox, same platform and even the same suspension and tyres.  The Kwid of course is better equipped but the Redigo is cheaper. So, if you wanted to spend less than Rs 5 lakh on the road for a reasonably well specced, citycentric car, which one should you go for?

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    Renault Kwid Vs Tata Tiago

    2 years ago by 

    This comparison might look like a mismatch but it’s far from being one. As soon as Tata announced the killer pricing of the Tiago it ended up not only rivalling the Maruti Celerio but it also shook up the entry-level hatchback segment. You might argue that the Tiago in the XZ trim is much more expensive than the Kwid in the top RxT option variant. But here we are comparing the mid XM Revotron-spec Tiago which is just around Rs 23,000 more than the Kwid

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    Renault Kwid vs Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 vs Hyundai Eon

    3 years ago by 

    The Maruti Alto is the best selling car in our country. Period. Although the Hyundai Eon has been selling in decent numbers, it is still just one-fourth of what the Alto manages. As this is a volumes segment a great product could turn out to be a game changer for any car maker. The latest to take the small car bait is the Renault Kwid. With SUVs being the flavour of the season, Renault has understandably gone for a muscular and bold design which makes the small Kwid stand out from the average looking crowd. But it’s not only the looks that go in the Kwid’s favour, Renault has also managed to make their small hatch spacious and affordable. The Alto may have conservative styling and might not be exciting but it’s a best seller for a reason(s). It is easy to maintain, has a peppy engine, is extremely easy to drive and Maruti’s wide network makes it very tempting. The Eon on the other hand, is a very stylish compact hatch and over time, Hyundai have constantly upgraded their entry-level product. This means the Eon is better than ever before and a serious threat to its competition. So here is a comprehensive battle of the small gladiators and the end result was much closer than we expected.

     
  • Road Test

    Renault Kwid: Road Test

    3 years ago by 

    Renault India’s ticket to the flourishing entry-level budget car segment is the Kwid; a cheap and cheerful small car that seems to have plenty going for it. On paper, the Kwid checks all the right boxes and it certainly looks the part with its butch albeit eccentric design and competitive prices. But moving beyond these seemingly fundamental traits, it remains to be seen how well the Kwid performs as a volume seller in a market where it has to be in close proximity to cars like the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 and the Hyundai Eon.

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    Renault Kwid

    3 years ago by 

    With the Kwid, Renault is targeting the heavily competitive entry hatchback market. Although it has all the makings of a winner, the task of beating Maruti in its own backyard will be extremely difficult if not impossible. Maruti has been ruling this segment for over two decades and even stiff completion from the stylish Hyundai Eon has left the Indian auto giant unflustered. So the Renault Kwid has to be really special to outgun its prime rival.

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    First look: Renault Kwid

    3 years ago by 

    The Kwid is Renault’s ticket to the high volume hatchback segment of the Indian market. The French carmaker will launch the new hatchback around the festive season to strengthen their foothold here.

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