The Renault Kwid is anticipated to launch next month with 4 variants in total, with the existing powertrain options.
Renault Kwid has been the best seller for the manufacturer since it was launched and is still selling well with pretty good numbers. The car is now all set to get a mid-life makeover in the form of a facelift, that has already been spied numerous times. In fact, the car is already spotted in flesh by now in its Climber Edition avatar, sans camouflage, revealing all the changes the Kwid facelift will come with.
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Renault Kwid Facelift is expected to launch next month with 4 variants.
That said, the Kwid facelift will be launched with 4 variants in total and the same is anticipated early next month. The car will see a major transition on its front facet this time. The front has been redesigned with the newer trend of split headlamp design that is followed by the market. With a LED DRLS at the top, and headlamp cluster integrated into the fog lamps housing, as seen on the MG Hector and Tata Harrier. The Bumper is also a tweaked component on the Kwid facelift with a revised design for the black cladding which runs all around the car.
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The Renault Kwid Climber Editon was recently spied sans camouflage.
The interior of the car will now see parts lifted from the new Triber. The facelift will do the Triber’s all-digital instrument console, steering wheel, 8” infotainment screen, which is a size larger than the previous 7” unit. The infotainment will continue to offer Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support for smartphone integration.
On the mechanical grounds, the hatchback will see a few tweaks across its chassis to withstand the new crash test regulations. The car will keep doing with 800cc 54hp and 1.0L 68hp engines options in the BS4 emission compliance, while the BS6 upgrade will come by the April 2020. The gearbox options will also remain the same as they are, with the option of an AMT and a 5-speed manual shifter.
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The Kwid facelift will share the digital instrument panel from the Triber and a few other components.
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With the butch, SUV centric styling theme, Kwid has already topped the sales chart for Renault. The new facelifted Kwid is also expected to revive the sales figure once again, with the company of two new faces across the Renault lineup, the facelifted Duster and the 4m 7-seater MPV Triber. However, the facelifted Kwid will have some similarity to the current one, which is the competition. The Kwid will keep fighting against the Maruti Suzuki Alto, Datsun RediGo in the Indian market. While a new contender to the competition is also on its way in the form of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso. The S-Presso is another car coming to this segment on this coming September 30, which also be a contender in the same run as the upcoming Renault Kwid Facelift.